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Tolac. Mosaic Floor.
Altar. Priest with sacrificial child.
Seated jaguar god.
Man with jaguar mask.
Jaguar child. Kunz axe.
Huehueteotl: God of Fire & Old Age.
Jaguar child. Kunx axe.
Left: Olmec jade figure; Right: Jade head ( Baby Face )
Baby holding a ball.
Seated Bench Figure of Priest with Baby.
Seated figure of a priest.
stele 2 representing ball game player.
Supernatural riding a jaguar.
Monument I; Relief of El Rey; The King.
Monument 9; Mouth of the jaguar as a portal to the underworld.
Negroid Heads from La Venta.
Wrestler (or ball player?); figure from Minatitlan, Veracruz.
Ceremonial axe with effigy handle in form of a caiman/jaguar, from La Venta.
Bird Effigy Vessel.
Baby-faced god with influence of La Venta culture.
Baby touching his head.
L. Altar. Priest with sacrificial child. R. Jade statuette.
L. Jade Necklace. R. Earplugs with runners.
L. Pre-Classic "pretty lady" R. Olmec child.
Olmec mask on half-figure in niche.
Head of Feathered Serpent. Side View.
Head of Feathered Serpent. Frontal View.
Shamanic Ring with Flame Eyebrows.
Very large Mask. Eroded.
Shaman in Transformation with Glyphs on All Sides of His Body. Frontal View.
Shaman in Transformation with Glyphs on All Sides of His Body. Right Side View.
Shaman in Transformation with Glyphs on All Sides of His Body. Rear View.
Shaman in Transformation with Glyphs on All Sides of His Body. Left Side View.
Shaman in Transormation. Short Figure.
Shaman in Transformation. Tall Figure.
Shaman in Tranformation. Short Figure Pendant.
Life/Death Nonduality Man Pendant. Small Ffigure.
Life/Death Nonduality Ring.
Life/Death Nonduality Face. Square.
Feathered Serpent/Dragon Perforator. Right Side View.
Feathered Serpent/Dragon Perforator. Left Side View.
Bloodletting Handle and spoon.
Mask of a Deity or Ruler.
Standing Figure and Figurine with Missing Leg.
Spouted Dish with King Vulture Heads.
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Last updated: 03/05/2020