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Teotihuacan incised tripod brownware vessel, Early Classic, ca. A.D. 250-450 © Sotheby’s

Teotihuacan incised tripod brownware vessel,<br>Early Classic, ca.

Tripod Vessel with Image of Warrior. Mexico, Teotihuacan, 450-650

Tripod Vessel with Image of Warrior Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacan, Furnishings; Serviceware Stuccoed Thin Orange ceramic with postfire applied pigments Height: 5 in.

Ceramica teotihuacana  Museo Antropologico e H.de Mexico

Ceramica teotihuacana Museo Antropologico e H.de Mexico

Tripod Cylinder Vessel. Ulúa Polychrome, Nebla class, c. 750-850 CE. Ulúa River Valley, Honduras.

Ceramica de los Ancestros: Central American Ceramics at the National Museum of the American Indian, open through September 2015

Vessel with Image of Goggle-eyed figure Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacan, 550-650 Furnishings; Serviceware Stuccoed ceramic with postfire applied paint Height: 5 1/2 in. (13.97 cm)

Vessel with Image of Goggle-eyed figure Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacan, Furnishings; Serviceware Stuccoed ceramic with postfire applied paint Height: 5 in.

Vasija con representación de Xochipilli (Teotihuacan, México) Autor: Fecha: 1-700 Museo: Características: Estilo: Material: Cerámica Pintada

Vasija con representación de Xochipilli (Teotihuacan, México) Autor: Fecha: 1-700 Museo: Características: Estilo: Material: Cerámica Pintada

Vessel with an Enthroned Lord and Seated Figure; 765; Mexico, Xcalumkin (Northern Lowlands), Maya culture, Late Classic period (A.D. 600–900); Incised ceramic (fine grayware) with traces of red pigment; 22.9 x 17.2 cm diameter

Vessel with an Enthroned Lord and Seated Figure; Mexico, Xcalumkin (Northern Lowlands), Maya culture, Late Classic period (C. Incised ceramic (fine grayware) with traces of red pigment; x cm diameter

Toltec Ceremonial Plumbate Vessel Origin: Soconusco, Guatemala Circa: 1000 AD to 1200 AD Dimensions: 9.25" (23.5cm) high Collection: Pre Columbian Style: Toltec Medium: Terracotta

Toltec Ceremonial Plumbate Vessel Origin: Soconusco, Guatemala Circa: 1000 AD to 1200 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Pre Columbian Style: Toltec Medium: Terracotta

Tripod Vessel Depicting a Temple Atop a Shield and Crossed Darts. Mexico, Teotihuacan, 400-650

Tripod Vessel Depicting a Temple Atop a Shield and Crossed Darts Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacan, Furnishings; Serviceware Stuccoed ceramic with postfire applied pigment Height: 5 in.

Pre-Columbian/Teotihuacan: Incense Burner Lid

Incense Burner Lid Pre-Columbian art, or art that predates the arrival of Europeans to the New World, is an ever-growing subject.

8/ TEOTIHUACÁN - Vaso cilindrico tripode con sportes calados / "almenados". Modelado, aplicacion de estuco y pintura policroma roja, blanca, verde, negra. Procesion de sacerdotes o guerreros con cuchillos que atraviesan corazones sangrantes, ademas de paneles con garras y flores que aluden a un rito de fertilidad. Très similaire aux Fresques du Tlalocan à Tepantitla. Tlaloc : plumes, crocs, cercles, motif en quinconce, bouclier, fertilisateur, pourvoyeur de la vie.

8/ TEOTIHUACÁN - Vaso cilindrico tripode con sportes calados / "almenados". Modelado, aplicacion de estuco y pintura policroma roja, blanca, verde, negra. Procesion de sacerdotes o guerreros con cuchillos que atraviesan corazones sangrantes, ademas de paneles con garras y flores que aluden a un rito de fertilidad. Très similaire aux Fresques du Tlalocan à Tepantitla. Tlaloc : plumes, crocs, cercles, motif en quinconce, bouclier, fertilisateur, pourvoyeur de la vie.

Aztec tripod vessel with date glyph, 15th–early 16th century. Ceramic, H. 14 1/8 x Diam. 16 in. (35.9 x 40.6 cm)

Tripod Vessel with Date Glyph Date: century Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica Culture: Aztec Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. 14 x Diam. x cm) Classification: Ceramics-Containers

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