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Dancer with SnakesMexico, Guerrero, Xochipala, 1000-500 B.C.Sculpture, Ceramic with postfire applied pigmentLACMA

Dancer with SnakesMexico, Guerrero, Xochipala, 1000-500 B.C.Sculpture, Ceramic with postfire applied pigmentLACMA

Seated Figure of Quetzalcoatl, Mexico, Veracruz, 600-900, Museo de Antropologia, Xalapa, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, photo © 2012 Museum Associates/LACMA, by Jorge Pérez de Lara

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Seated Figure of Quetzalcoatl, Mexico, Veracruz, 600-900, Museo de Antropologia, Xalapa, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, photo © 2012 Museum Associates/LACMA, by Jorge Pérez de Lara

Seated Figure from Veracruz, Mexico 800-1200 CE Ceramic  Photographed at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon.

Seated Figure from Veracruz, Mexico 800-1200 CE Ceramic Photographed at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon.

Pareja sentada. Cultura Ixtlán del Río, México. 300 a.C.

Pareja sentada. Cultura Ixtlán del Río, México. 300 a.C.

Seated Female Figure  Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacan, 150-450  Sculpture  Slip-painted ceramic  Height: 3 1/2 in. (8.89 cm)  LACMA

Seated Female Figure Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacan, 150-450 Sculpture Slip-painted ceramic Height: 3 1/2 in. (8.89 cm) LACMA

Museo Nacional de Antropología

Museo Nacional de Antropología

A Chihuahua dog or pisote (coatimundi)? Mexican, Late Preclassic period, 200 B.C.–A.D. 300.

A Chihuahua dog or pisote (coatimundi)? Mexican, Late Preclassic period, 200 B.C.–A.D. 300.

7-10th C. Nopiloa culture, Veracruz mold-made ceramic whistle of a mustachioed and bearded male ball player. The Nopiloa interacted with other Mesoamerican cultures, and this Nopiloa figure displays motifs commonly found in Mayan art. Knotted ties, like those around this player's wrist and neck, in Maya pictorial language connote captured prisoners. A motif similar to the Maya mat, a symbol of rulership is the flanged headdress. A protective yoke on his waist. Very perplexing mixed motifs.

7-10th C. Nopiloa culture, Veracruz mold-made ceramic whistle of a mustachioed and bearded male ball player. The Nopiloa interacted with other Mesoamerican cultures, and this Nopiloa figure displays motifs commonly found in Mayan art. Knotted ties, like those around this player's wrist and neck, in Maya pictorial language connote captured prisoners. A motif similar to the Maya mat, a symbol of rulership is the flanged headdress. A protective yoke on his waist. Very perplexing mixed motifs.

Seated Figure, Mexico, Nayarit, Nayarit, 200 B.C. - A.D. 500 - Burnished ceramic with slip | LACMA Collections

Seated Figure, Mexico, Nayarit, Nayarit, 200 B.C. - A.D. 500 - Burnished ceramic with slip | LACMA Collections

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