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MawM0094-180.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 1.
MawM0094
Title
Copper shaft maces : 1.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extrordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0094-270.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 1.
MawM0094
Title
Copper shaft maces : 1.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extrordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0094-bot.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 1.
MawM0094
Title
Copper shaft maces : 1.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extrordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0094-top.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 1.
MawM0094
Title
Copper shaft maces : 1.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extrordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0094-000.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 1.
MawM0094
Title
Copper shaft maces : 1.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extrordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0094-090.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 1.
MawM0094
Title
Copper shaft maces : 1.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extrordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0095-000.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 2.
MawM0095
Title
Copper shaft maces : 2.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extraordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0095-090.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 2.
MawM0095
Title
Copper shaft maces : 2.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extraordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0095-180.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 2.
MawM0095
Title
Copper shaft maces : 2.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extraordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0095-270.jp2
Copper shaft maces : 2.
MawM0095
Title
Copper shaft maces : 2.
Description
The Mixtec and the Aztec excelled in metalwork. Archaeologists believe metalsmithing moved from South America to Central America and into West Mexico. The Mixtec and the Tarascan favored copper, while the Aztec went for the gold. Needless to say, the conquistadores love gold and that is why there are few examples of this extraordinary craftsmanship.
Subject
[Copper jewelry--Mexico, Jewelry--Mexico, Mixtec art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
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