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Historic styles: This piece shows the historic way the mayans made their statues. Mayan Clay Sculpture - the sculpture and ceramics of this period took varied forms in terms of style and purpose over the years. Maya Art, Motifs Aztèques, Colombian Art, South American Art, Maya Civilization, Inka, Aztec Art, Art Sculpture, Sculpture Images

Mayan Clay Sculpture stock image. Image of aged, religion - 13592401

Photo about Isolated Ancient Mayan Idol Representation. Image of aged, religion, relic - 13592401

ancient sculpture Spooky ancient sculptures of aliens and spaceships in Mexican cave spark claims extraterrestrials have lived on Earth - Alien UFO Sightings Aliens And Ufos, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, European History, American History, Art Alien, Ancient Astronaut Theory, Objets Antiques, Alien Theories

Ancient sculptures of 'aliens and spaceships' found in Mexican cave

ANCIENT sculptures depicting alien-like figures have been found in a cave in Mexico, it has been claimed. The spooky artefacts which reportedly date back thousands of years show creatures with long…

Dios K'awill. Si observan bien esta escultura notaran que el pie izquierdo tiene forma de serpiente. Se dice que los Gobernantes mayas usaban a esta deidad como simbolo de su poder. Museo de Young Colombian Art, Arte Tribal, Inka, Mesoamerican, Mexican Folk Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Civilizations, Native American Art

Dios K'awill. Si observan bien esta escultura notaran que el pie izquierdo tiene forma de serpiente. Se dice que los Gobernantes mayas usaban a esta deidad como simbolo de su poder. Museo de Young

aztec The skull of the Smoking Mirror. A human skull forms the base for this mask of the god Tezcatlipoca or 'Smoking Mirror', one of the four creator gods in the Aztec pantheon. The Aztec beli Aztec Mask, Aztec Culture, Aztec Warrior, Inka, Masks Art, Human Skull, Mexican Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations

Aztec mosaic mask of Tezcatlipoca

The skull of the Smoking Mirror. A human skull forms the base for this mask of the god Tezcatlipoca or 'Smoking Mirror', one of the four creator gods in the Aztec pantheon. The Aztec believed that the defeat of Quetzalcoatl by Tezcatlipoca marked the beginning of the current era of creation. The decoration is worked in alternate bands of bright blue turquoise and black mosaic. The eyes are made of two orbs of polished pyrite framed by rings of white conch shell. The nasal cavity is lined…

This Maya carving of ruler Lady Xoc depicts her experience of a supernatural vision after performing a sacrifice of her own blood. Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Mayan History, Maya Civilization, Aztec Art, Mesoamerican, Ancient Aliens, Stone Carving, Ancient Civilizations

2008 – Page 2 – Garden of the Witch

3 posts published by Garden of the Witch in the year 2008

Idol and altar at Copan. William Parrott, from Views of ancient monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan by Frederick Catherwood, London, 1844 Ancient Aliens, Ancient Art, Altar, Aztec Temple, Maya Civilization, Inka, Aztec Art, Art Graphique, Ancient Civilizations

Drawing from the Past: Plate 5, Idol and Altar at Copán

Smith College Libraries: Mortimer Rarebook Room, online exhibition, Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan (1844), Drawing from the Past: Maya Antiquity Through the Eyes of Frederick Catherwood

-- Jade Head Pendant -- Centuries -- Mexico, Maya -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art Mayan History, Ancient History, Art History, Maya Civilization, Mesoamerican, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations, Metropolitan Museum, American Art

Head Pendant | Maya (Mexico or Guatemala) | The Met

The Maya had a preference for a bright apple-green jade that is notably different from the preferred blue-green of the earlier Olmec peoples.

"Palma" tallada en piedra, uno de los objetos utilizados en el juego de pelota maya. Este es el dios Quetzalcoatl mexicano. V. Johnson Stone Carving Tools, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Colombian Art, South American Art, Hispanic Art, Jungle Art, Mexica, Mesoamerican

"Palma" tallada en piedra, uno de los objetos utilizados en el juego de pelota maya. Este es el dios Quetzalcoatl mexicano. V. Johnson