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MawM0113-000.jp2
Macehead (scepter head)...
MawM0113
Title
Macehead (scepter head) or jar top with seated elite and three canines (coyotes).
Description
This ceremonial object could be the top of a jar, a staff, a scepter or a macehead. On the top of the form, there is a seated elite figure holding his hand out. The slanted side is decorated with three canines, possibly dogs or coyotes. The style of the object is called Copador, which was made in El Salvador or Honduras.
Subject
[Ceramic tableware--Central America, Pottery--Central America, Art--Central America, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 600 and 900
MawM0113-090.jp2
Macehead (scepter head)...
MawM0113
Title
Macehead (scepter head) or jar top with seated elite and three canines (coyotes).
Description
This ceremonial object could be the top of a jar, a staff, a scepter or a macehead. On the top of the form, there is a seated elite figure holding his hand out. The slanted side is decorated with three canines, possibly dogs or coyotes. The style of the object is called Copador, which was made in El Salvador or Honduras.
Subject
[Ceramic tableware--Central America, Pottery--Central America, Art--Central America, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 600 and 900
MawM0113-180.jp2
Macehead (scepter head)...
MawM0113
Title
Macehead (scepter head) or jar top with seated elite and three canines (coyotes).
Description
This ceremonial object could be the top of a jar, a staff, a scepter or a macehead. On the top of the form, there is a seated elite figure holding his hand out. The slanted side is decorated with three canines, possibly dogs or coyotes. The style of the object is called Copador, which was made in El Salvador or Honduras.
Subject
[Ceramic tableware--Central America, Pottery--Central America, Art--Central America, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 600 and 900
MawM0113-270.jp2
Macehead (scepter head)...
MawM0113
Title
Macehead (scepter head) or jar top with seated elite and three canines (coyotes).
Description
This ceremonial object could be the top of a jar, a staff, a scepter or a macehead. On the top of the form, there is a seated elite figure holding his hand out. The slanted side is decorated with three canines, possibly dogs or coyotes. The style of the object is called Copador, which was made in El Salvador or Honduras.
Subject
[Ceramic tableware--Central America, Pottery--Central America, Art--Central America, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 600 and 900
MawM0113-bot.jp2
Macehead (scepter head)...
MawM0113
Title
Macehead (scepter head) or jar top with seated elite and three canines (coyotes).
Description
This ceremonial object could be the top of a jar, a staff, a scepter or a macehead. On the top of the form, there is a seated elite figure holding his hand out. The slanted side is decorated with three canines, possibly dogs or coyotes. The style of the object is called Copador, which was made in El Salvador or Honduras.
Subject
[Ceramic tableware--Central America, Pottery--Central America, Art--Central America, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 600 and 900
MawM0113-top.jp2
Macehead (scepter head)...
MawM0113
Title
Macehead (scepter head) or jar top with seated elite and three canines (coyotes).
Description
This ceremonial object could be the top of a jar, a staff, a scepter or a macehead. On the top of the form, there is a seated elite figure holding his hand out. The slanted side is decorated with three canines, possibly dogs or coyotes. The style of the object is called Copador, which was made in El Salvador or Honduras.
Subject
[Ceramic tableware--Central America, Pottery--Central America, Art--Central America, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 600 and 900
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