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MawM0168-top.jp2
Standing female figure ...
MawM0168
 
Title
Standing female figure wearing elaborate headdress.
Description
The early Remojada culture fashioned solid figures of males, females and children in a naturalistic style. They were hand made with tan clay and detailed with small pieces of clay. Black chapopote or asphalt was used to heighten details or to indicate body paint.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Art--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 100 B.C. and 301 A.D.
MawM0168-000.jp2
Standing female figure ...
MawM0168
 
Title
Standing female figure wearing elaborate headdress.
Description
The early Remojada culture fashioned solid figures of males, females and children in a naturalistic style. They were hand made with tan clay and detailed with small pieces of clay. Black chapopote or asphalt was used to heighten details or to indicate body paint.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Art--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 100 B.C. and 301 A.D.
MawM0168-090.jp2
Standing female figure ...
MawM0168
 
Title
Standing female figure wearing elaborate headdress.
Description
The early Remojada culture fashioned solid figures of males, females and children in a naturalistic style. They were hand made with tan clay and detailed with small pieces of clay. Black chapopote or asphalt was used to heighten details or to indicate body paint.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Art--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 100 B.C. and 301 A.D.
MawM0168-180.jp2
Standing female figure ...
MawM0168
 
Title
Standing female figure wearing elaborate headdress.
Description
The early Remojada culture fashioned solid figures of males, females and children in a naturalistic style. They were hand made with tan clay and detailed with small pieces of clay. Black chapopote or asphalt was used to heighten details or to indicate body paint.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Art--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 100 B.C. and 301 A.D.
MawM0168-270.jp2
Standing female figure ...
MawM0168
 
Title
Standing female figure wearing elaborate headdress.
Description
The early Remojada culture fashioned solid figures of males, females and children in a naturalistic style. They were hand made with tan clay and detailed with small pieces of clay. Black chapopote or asphalt was used to heighten details or to indicate body paint.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Art--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 100 B.C. and 301 A.D.
MawM0168-bot.jp2
Standing female figure ...
MawM0168
 
Title
Standing female figure wearing elaborate headdress.
Description
The early Remojada culture fashioned solid figures of males, females and children in a naturalistic style. They were hand made with tan clay and detailed with small pieces of clay. Black chapopote or asphalt was used to heighten details or to indicate body paint.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Art--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 100 B.C. and 301 A.D.
MawM0033-bot.jp2
Flared neck olla : with...
MawM0033
 
Title
Flared neck olla : with zoomorphic shoulder design.
Description
A seated warrior wears a conical helmet. He holds a weapon (spear) and a shield. A whistle has been incorporated into the rear support.
Subject
[Pottery--Mexico--Nayarit, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1000 and 1400
MawM0033-270.jp2
Flared neck olla : with...
MawM0033
 
Title
Flared neck olla : with zoomorphic shoulder design.
Description
A seated warrior wears a conical helmet. He holds a weapon (spear) and a shield. A whistle has been incorporated into the rear support.
Subject
[Pottery--Mexico--Nayarit, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1000 and 1400
MawM0033-180.jp2
Flared neck olla : with...
MawM0033
 
Title
Flared neck olla : with zoomorphic shoulder design.
Description
A seated warrior wears a conical helmet. He holds a weapon (spear) and a shield. A whistle has been incorporated into the rear support.
Subject
[Pottery--Mexico--Nayarit, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1000 and 1400
MawM0033-090.jp2
Flared neck olla : with...
MawM0033
 
Title
Flared neck olla : with zoomorphic shoulder design.
Description
A seated warrior wears a conical helmet. He holds a weapon (spear) and a shield. A whistle has been incorporated into the rear support.
Subject
[Pottery--Mexico--Nayarit, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1000 and 1400
MawM0033-000.jp2
Flared neck olla : with...
MawM0033
 
Title
Flared neck olla : with zoomorphic shoulder design.
Description
A seated warrior wears a conical helmet. He holds a weapon (spear) and a shield. A whistle has been incorporated into the rear support.
Subject
[Pottery--Mexico--Nayarit, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1000 and 1400
MawM0033-top.jp2
Flared neck olla : with...
MawM0033
 
Title
Flared neck olla : with zoomorphic shoulder design.
Description
A seated warrior wears a conical helmet. He holds a weapon (spear) and a shield. A whistle has been incorporated into the rear support.
Subject
[Pottery--Mexico--Nayarit, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1000 and 1400
MawM0191-270.jp2
Obsidian disc.
MawM0191
 
Title
Obsidian disc.
Description
Obsidian has been core flaked and pressure flaked to form a very cylinder. It was abraded and polished the perimeter was grooved wearing.
Subject
[Stone carving--Mexico--Colima (State), Obsidian, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1250 and 1521
MawM0191-180.jp2
Obsidian disc.
MawM0191
 
Title
Obsidian disc.
Description
Obsidian has been core flaked and pressure flaked to form a very cylinder. It was abraded and polished the perimeter was grooved wearing.
Subject
[Stone carving--Mexico--Colima (State), Obsidian, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1250 and 1521
MawM0191-090.jp2
Obsidian disc.
MawM0191
 
Title
Obsidian disc.
Description
Obsidian has been core flaked and pressure flaked to form a very cylinder. It was abraded and polished the perimeter was grooved wearing.
Subject
[Stone carving--Mexico--Colima (State), Obsidian, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1250 and 1521
MawM0191-000.jp2
Obsidian disc.
MawM0191
 
Title
Obsidian disc.
Description
Obsidian has been core flaked and pressure flaked to form a very cylinder. It was abraded and polished the perimeter was grooved wearing.
Subject
[Stone carving--Mexico--Colima (State), Obsidian, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1250 and 1521
MawM0071-180.jp2
Tarascan burnished redw...
MawM0071
 
Title
Tarascan burnished redware pipe.
Description
The Purepecha or Tarascans in Mechoacan were contemperaneous of the Mexica or Azteca of Central Mexico. The Tarascans excelled in many craft areas, especially clay, metal, and stone. This burnished redware pipe represents elegance, but simplicity in design.
Subject
[Purépecha pottery--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Tobacco pipes--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Purépecha art--Antiquities, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1300 and 1532
MawM0071-270.jp2
Tarascan burnished redw...
MawM0071
 
Title
Tarascan burnished redware pipe.
Description
The Purepecha or Tarascans in Mechoacan were contemperaneous of the Mexica or Azteca of Central Mexico. The Tarascans excelled in many craft areas, especially clay, metal, and stone. This burnished redware pipe represents elegance, but simplicity in design.
Subject
[Purépecha pottery--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Tobacco pipes--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Purépecha art--Antiquities, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1300 and 1532
MawM0071-bot.jp2
Tarascan burnished redw...
MawM0071
 
Title
Tarascan burnished redware pipe.
Description
The Purepecha or Tarascans in Mechoacan were contemperaneous of the Mexica or Azteca of Central Mexico. The Tarascans excelled in many craft areas, especially clay, metal, and stone. This burnished redware pipe represents elegance, but simplicity in design.
Subject
[Purépecha pottery--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Tobacco pipes--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Purépecha art--Antiquities, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1300 and 1532
MawM0071-top.jp2
Tarascan burnished redw...
MawM0071
 
Title
Tarascan burnished redware pipe.
Description
The Purepecha or Tarascans in Mechoacan were contemperaneous of the Mexica or Azteca of Central Mexico. The Tarascans excelled in many craft areas, especially clay, metal, and stone. This burnished redware pipe represents elegance, but simplicity in design.
Subject
[Purépecha pottery--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Tobacco pipes--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Purépecha art--Antiquities, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1300 and 1532
MawM0071-090.jp2
Tarascan burnished redw...
MawM0071
 
Title
Tarascan burnished redware pipe.
Description
The Purepecha or Tarascans in Mechoacan were contemperaneous of the Mexica or Azteca of Central Mexico. The Tarascans excelled in many craft areas, especially clay, metal, and stone. This burnished redware pipe represents elegance, but simplicity in design.
Subject
[Purépecha pottery--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Tobacco pipes--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Purépecha art--Antiquities, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1300 and 1532
MawM0071-000.jp2
Tarascan burnished redw...
MawM0071
 
Title
Tarascan burnished redware pipe.
Description
The Purepecha or Tarascans in Mechoacan were contemperaneous of the Mexica or Azteca of Central Mexico. The Tarascans excelled in many craft areas, especially clay, metal, and stone. This burnished redware pipe represents elegance, but simplicity in design.
Subject
[Purépecha pottery--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Tobacco pipes--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Ceramic tableware--Mexico--Michoacán de Ocampo, Purépecha art--Antiquities, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 1300 and 1532
MawM0223-top.jp2
Standing shamanic figur...
MawM0223
 
Title
Standing shamanic figure holding an olla.
Description
An abstracted male figure carries an olla on his shoulder. The shaman wears an elaborate horned headdress, a phallic necklace, armband, black pants and black leg bands. His ears are pierced.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Colima (State), Art--Mexico--Colima (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
MawM0223-bot.jp2
Standing shamanic figur...
MawM0223
 
Title
Standing shamanic figure holding an olla.
Description
An abstracted male figure carries an olla on his shoulder. The shaman wears an elaborate horned headdress, a phallic necklace, armband, black pants and black leg bands. His ears are pierced.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Colima (State), Art--Mexico--Colima (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
MawM0223-270.jp2
Standing shamanic figur...
MawM0223
 
Title
Standing shamanic figure holding an olla.
Description
An abstracted male figure carries an olla on his shoulder. The shaman wears an elaborate horned headdress, a phallic necklace, armband, black pants and black leg bands. His ears are pierced.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Colima (State), Art--Mexico--Colima (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
MawM0223-180.jp2
Standing shamanic figur...
MawM0223
 
Title
Standing shamanic figure holding an olla.
Description
An abstracted male figure carries an olla on his shoulder. The shaman wears an elaborate horned headdress, a phallic necklace, armband, black pants and black leg bands. His ears are pierced.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Colima (State), Art--Mexico--Colima (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
MawM0223-090.jp2
Standing shamanic figur...
MawM0223
 
Title
Standing shamanic figure holding an olla.
Description
An abstracted male figure carries an olla on his shoulder. The shaman wears an elaborate horned headdress, a phallic necklace, armband, black pants and black leg bands. His ears are pierced.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Colima (State), Art--Mexico--Colima (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
MawM0223-000.jp2
Standing shamanic figur...
MawM0223
 
Title
Standing shamanic figure holding an olla.
Description
An abstracted male figure carries an olla on his shoulder. The shaman wears an elaborate horned headdress, a phallic necklace, armband, black pants and black leg bands. His ears are pierced.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Colima (State), Art--Mexico--Colima (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
MawM0096-top.jp2
Owl Maskette
MawM0096
 
Title
Owl Maskette
Description
This hollow, open-back copper maskette was cast using the lost-wax technique. The owl maskette was formed first in bees wax. The bees wax maskette was embedded in a super fine material such as clay. The clay and beeswax maskette was slowly heated melting out the bees wax and hardening the clay matrix. Molten metal was poured into the empty maskette are and cooled.
Subject
[Masks--Mexico, Aztec art--Mexico, Mixtec art--Antiquities, Purépecha art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0096-bot.jp2
Owl Maskette
MawM0096
 
Title
Owl Maskette
Description
This hollow, open-back copper maskette was cast using the lost-wax technique. The owl maskette was formed first in bees wax. The bees wax maskette was embedded in a super fine material such as clay. The clay and beeswax maskette was slowly heated melting out the bees wax and hardening the clay matrix. Molten metal was poured into the empty maskette are and cooled.
Subject
[Masks--Mexico, Aztec art--Mexico, Mixtec art--Antiquities, Purépecha art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0096-315.jp2
Owl Maskette
MawM0096
 
Title
Owl Maskette
Description
This hollow, open-back copper maskette was cast using the lost-wax technique. The owl maskette was formed first in bees wax. The bees wax maskette was embedded in a super fine material such as clay. The clay and beeswax maskette was slowly heated melting out the bees wax and hardening the clay matrix. Molten metal was poured into the empty maskette are and cooled.
Subject
[Masks--Mexico, Aztec art--Mexico, Mixtec art--Antiquities, Purépecha art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0096-270.jp2
Owl Maskette
MawM0096
 
Title
Owl Maskette
Description
This hollow, open-back copper maskette was cast using the lost-wax technique. The owl maskette was formed first in bees wax. The bees wax maskette was embedded in a super fine material such as clay. The clay and beeswax maskette was slowly heated melting out the bees wax and hardening the clay matrix. Molten metal was poured into the empty maskette are and cooled.
Subject
[Masks--Mexico, Aztec art--Mexico, Mixtec art--Antiquities, Purépecha art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0096-180.jp2
Owl Maskette
MawM0096
 
Title
Owl Maskette
Description
This hollow, open-back copper maskette was cast using the lost-wax technique. The owl maskette was formed first in bees wax. The bees wax maskette was embedded in a super fine material such as clay. The clay and beeswax maskette was slowly heated melting out the bees wax and hardening the clay matrix. Molten metal was poured into the empty maskette are and cooled.
Subject
[Masks--Mexico, Aztec art--Mexico, Mixtec art--Antiquities, Purépecha art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0096-090.jp2
Owl Maskette
MawM0096
 
Title
Owl Maskette
Description
This hollow, open-back copper maskette was cast using the lost-wax technique. The owl maskette was formed first in bees wax. The bees wax maskette was embedded in a super fine material such as clay. The clay and beeswax maskette was slowly heated melting out the bees wax and hardening the clay matrix. Molten metal was poured into the empty maskette are and cooled.
Subject
[Masks--Mexico, Aztec art--Mexico, Mixtec art--Antiquities, Purépecha art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0096-000.jp2
Owl Maskette
MawM0096
 
Title
Owl Maskette
Description
This hollow, open-back copper maskette was cast using the lost-wax technique. The owl maskette was formed first in bees wax. The bees wax maskette was embedded in a super fine material such as clay. The clay and beeswax maskette was slowly heated melting out the bees wax and hardening the clay matrix. Molten metal was poured into the empty maskette are and cooled.
Subject
[Masks--Mexico, Aztec art--Mexico, Mixtec art--Antiquities, Purépecha art--Mexico, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 900 and 1200
MawM0302-090.jp2
Standing male figure : ...
MawM0302
 
Title
Standing male figure : ballplayer.
Description
A male Chupicuaro figure wears a headdress, a wrapped left arm, and a left knee pad. He wears the basic equipment needed to play the Mesoamerican ballgame with a rubber ball.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Art--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
200 B.C. and 1 B.C
MawM0302-180.jp2
Standing male figure : ...
MawM0302
 
Title
Standing male figure : ballplayer.
Description
A male Chupicuaro figure wears a headdress, a wrapped left arm, and a left knee pad. He wears the basic equipment needed to play the Mesoamerican ballgame with a rubber ball.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Art--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
200 B.C. and 1 B.C
MawM0302-270.jp2
Standing male figure : ...
MawM0302
 
Title
Standing male figure : ballplayer.
Description
A male Chupicuaro figure wears a headdress, a wrapped left arm, and a left knee pad. He wears the basic equipment needed to play the Mesoamerican ballgame with a rubber ball.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Art--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
200 B.C. and 1 B.C
MawM0302-bot.jp2
Standing male figure : ...
MawM0302
 
Title
Standing male figure : ballplayer.
Description
A male Chupicuaro figure wears a headdress, a wrapped left arm, and a left knee pad. He wears the basic equipment needed to play the Mesoamerican ballgame with a rubber ball.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Art--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
200 B.C. and 1 B.C
MawM0302-top.jp2
Standing male figure : ...
MawM0302
 
Title
Standing male figure : ballplayer.
Description
A male Chupicuaro figure wears a headdress, a wrapped left arm, and a left knee pad. He wears the basic equipment needed to play the Mesoamerican ballgame with a rubber ball.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Art--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
200 B.C. and 1 B.C
MawM0302-000.jp2
Standing male figure : ...
MawM0302
 
Title
Standing male figure : ballplayer.
Description
A male Chupicuaro figure wears a headdress, a wrapped left arm, and a left knee pad. He wears the basic equipment needed to play the Mesoamerican ballgame with a rubber ball.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Art--Mexico--Chupícuaro (Guanajuato), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
200 B.C. and 1 B.C
MARB_07.pdf
MARB_07
Cronica mexicana
 
Title
Cronica mexicana
Description
[viii, 712 pages) : illustrations, Originally published by Imprenta y litografia de Ireneo Paz, Mexico, 1878., Cronica mexicana / ǂc escrita por d. Hernando Alvarado Tezozomoc hácia el año de MDCXCVIII ; anotada por el sr. lic. d. Manuel Orozco y Berra, y precedida del Codice Ramirez, manuscrito del siglo XVI intitulado: Relacion del origen de los Indios, que habitan esta Nueva España segun sus historias ; y de un examen de ambas obras, al cual va anexo un estudio de cronologia mexicana por el mismo sr. Orozco y. Berra ; José M. Vigil, editor.]
Subject
[Mexico--History--To 1519, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities, Mexico--Antiquities]
Date
2024
MARB_24.pdf
MARB_24
Historia general de las...
 
Title
Historia general de las cosas de Nueva España, vol. 2
Description
1 volume
Subject
[Indigenous peoples--Antiquities, Aztecs, Mexico--History--Conquest, 1519-1540, Natural history--Mexico]
Date
2024
MARB_25.pdf
MARB_25
Historia general de las...
 
Title
Historia general de las cosas de Nueva España, vol. 3
Description
1 volume
Subject
[Indigenous peoples--Antiquities, Aztecs, Mexico--History--Conquest, 1519-1540, Natural history--Mexico]
Date
2024
MARB_26.pdf
MARB_26
Historia general de las...
 
Title
Historia general de las cosas de Nueva España, vol. 4
Description
1 volume
Subject
[Indigenous peoples--Antiquities, Aztecs, Mexico--History--Conquest, 1519-1540, Natural history--Mexico]
Date
2024
MARB_54.pdf
MARB_54
Historia general de las...
 
Title
Historia general de las cosas de Nueva España: edición parcial enfacsímile de los códices Matritenses en lengua Mexicana que se custodian en las bibliotecas del Palacio Real y de la Real Academia de la historia : vol.7 1906
Description
1 volume : illustrations
Subject
[Indigenous peoples--Antiquities, Aztecs, Natural history--Mexico]
Date
2024
MARB53.pdf
MARB_53
Historia general de las...
 
Title
Historia general de las cosas de Nueva España: edición parcial enfacsímile de los códices Matritenses en lengua Mexicana que se custodian en las bibliotecas del Palacio Real y de la Real Academia de la historia : vol.5 1905
Description
1 volume : illustrations
Subject
[Indigenous peoples--Antiquities, Aztecs, Natural history--Mexico]
Date
2024
MARB_52.pdf
MARB_52
Historia general de las...
 
Title
Historia general de las cosas de Nueva España : ǂb edición parcial enfacsímile de los códices Matritenses en lengua Mexicana que se custodian en las bibliotecas del Palacio Real y de la Real Academia de la historia : vol. 8 1907
Description
1 volume : illustrations
Subject
[Indigenous peoples--Antiquities, Aztecs, Natural history--Mexico]
Date
2024
MawM0272-090.jp2
Platform model : six fi...
MawM0272
 
Title
Platform model : six figures with a dog.
Description
Platform models were created by the shaft tomb cultures of Colima, Jalisco, and Nayarit. The most famous are architectural, but the smaller tableaus involve groups of people participating in significant activities.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
MawM0272-180.jp2
Platform model : six fi...
MawM0272
 
Title
Platform model : six figures with a dog.
Description
Platform models were created by the shaft tomb cultures of Colima, Jalisco, and Nayarit. The most famous are architectural, but the smaller tableaus involve groups of people participating in significant activities.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Nayarit, Art--Mexico--Nayarit, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
300 B.C. and 300 A.D.
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