Mother and Child Figure Date: century BCE Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica Culture: Tlatilco Medium: Ceramic. Mother & child do not have similar body type - childs skull is bound. Mother - or slave nanny - odd cradle too.
ancientart: “ Sculpture of Xolotl. “ An important figure within the rituals surrounding the god Quetzalcoatl is Xolotl, his twin, a peculiar god in the form of a dog, identifiable by the many wrinkles.
"Late Classic period (600-850 C.E) Maya incense burner portraying two images of the Maya god K'awil, also known as God K. The above image of K'awil appears to have mushroom inspired ear-plugs, and is crowned with the Fleur de lis emblem, symbolizing his "lordship" in a divine trinity, as god of lineages, divine sacrament (Soma) and blood sacrifices. K'awil is the Maya god most frequently depicted on the Double-headed Serpent Bar."