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MawM0066-000.jp2
Earspool : bobbin style...
MawM0066
Title
Earspool : bobbin style.
Description
Green obsidian is formed only in one place in Mesoamerica. It was controlled by Teotihuacanos and the Aztecas. However, the Tarascan culture in Michoacan excelled in producing very thin, transparent earspools in the bobbin style.
Subject
[Jewelry--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Stone carving--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Decoration and ornament--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Mixtec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Aztec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 250 and 1521
MawM0066-090.jp2
Earspool : bobbin style...
MawM0066
Title
Earspool : bobbin style.
Description
Green obsidian is formed only in one place in Mesoamerica. It was controlled by Teotihuacanos and the Aztecas. However, the Tarascan culture in Michoacan excelled in producing very thin, transparent earspools in the bobbin style.
Subject
[Jewelry--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Stone carving--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Decoration and ornament--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Mixtec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Aztec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 250 and 1521
MawM0066-180.jp2
Earspool : bobbin style...
MawM0066
Title
Earspool : bobbin style.
Description
Green obsidian is formed only in one place in Mesoamerica. It was controlled by Teotihuacanos and the Aztecas. However, the Tarascan culture in Michoacan excelled in producing very thin, transparent earspools in the bobbin style.
Subject
[Jewelry--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Stone carving--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Decoration and ornament--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Mixtec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Aztec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 250 and 1521
MawM0066-270.jp2
Earspool : bobbin style...
MawM0066
Title
Earspool : bobbin style.
Description
Green obsidian is formed only in one place in Mesoamerica. It was controlled by Teotihuacanos and the Aztecas. However, the Tarascan culture in Michoacan excelled in producing very thin, transparent earspools in the bobbin style.
Subject
[Jewelry--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Stone carving--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Decoration and ornament--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Mixtec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Aztec art--Mexico--Hidalgo (State), Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 250 and 1521
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