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MawM0288-090.jp2
Brazier : Tlaloc.
MawM0288
Title
Brazier : Tlaloc.
Description
The Tlaloc alter brazier incorporates a feathered headdress into the flared top. The rain god's characteristics include goggled eyes, a fanged mouth, flared ears with small ear plugs, and an inverted flared base for his neck and collar. The incense burner retains a good deal of its earthen pigments.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Art--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 150 and 750
MawM0288-180.jp2
Brazier : Tlaloc.
MawM0288
Title
Brazier : Tlaloc.
Description
The Tlaloc alter brazier incorporates a feathered headdress into the flared top. The rain god's characteristics include goggled eyes, a fanged mouth, flared ears with small ear plugs, and an inverted flared base for his neck and collar. The incense burner retains a good deal of its earthen pigments.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Art--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 150 and 750
MawM0288-270.jp2
Brazier : Tlaloc.
MawM0288
Title
Brazier : Tlaloc.
Description
The Tlaloc alter brazier incorporates a feathered headdress into the flared top. The rain god's characteristics include goggled eyes, a fanged mouth, flared ears with small ear plugs, and an inverted flared base for his neck and collar. The incense burner retains a good deal of its earthen pigments.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Art--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 150 and 750
MawM0288-bot.jp2
Brazier : Tlaloc.
MawM0288
Title
Brazier : Tlaloc.
Description
The Tlaloc alter brazier incorporates a feathered headdress into the flared top. The rain god's characteristics include goggled eyes, a fanged mouth, flared ears with small ear plugs, and an inverted flared base for his neck and collar. The incense burner retains a good deal of its earthen pigments.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Art--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 150 and 750
MawM0288-top.jp2
Brazier : Tlaloc.
MawM0288
Title
Brazier : Tlaloc.
Description
The Tlaloc alter brazier incorporates a feathered headdress into the flared top. The rain god's characteristics include goggled eyes, a fanged mouth, flared ears with small ear plugs, and an inverted flared base for his neck and collar. The incense burner retains a good deal of its earthen pigments.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Art--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 150 and 750
MawM0288-000.jp2
Brazier : Tlaloc.
MawM0288
Title
Brazier : Tlaloc.
Description
The Tlaloc alter brazier incorporates a feathered headdress into the flared top. The rain god's characteristics include goggled eyes, a fanged mouth, flared ears with small ear plugs, and an inverted flared base for his neck and collar. The incense burner retains a good deal of its earthen pigments.
Subject
[Ceramic sculpture--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Art--Mexico--Teotihuacán Valley, Indigenous peoples--Antiquities]
Date
between 150 and 750
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