1,600-year-old skeleton of woman with JEWELS for teeth uncovered
A distinctive feature, showing the woman was a 'foreigner' in Teotihuacan, is the two round pyrite stones encrusted in her top front teeth (shown) a technique used in Mayan regions in southern Mexico and Central America
North Nigeria, adult male [?] wearing masquerade costume. Costume covered with fluffy or furry material, patterned panels at front. Mask has long horns and sharp teeth. Small group of adult males accompanying masquerader, male at right possibly playing percussion-instruments. Outdoor setting. Medium: Gelatin silver print.