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Vessel in the Form of a Composite Animal Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacán, 200-600 Furnishings; Serviceware Thin Orange ceramic Height: 9 1/4 in. (23.5 cm) LACMA

Vessel in the Form of a Composite Animal

Vessel in the Form of a Composite Animal Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacán, 200-600 Furnishings; Serviceware Thin Orange ceramic Height: 9 ¼ in. (23.5 cm) LACMA

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Teotihuacán

Teotihuacán was the largest Pre-Columbian city in the Americas, reaching a total population of 150,000 at its height. The name also refers to the civilization this city dominated, which at its greatest extent included most of Mesoamerica.

Tripod Vessel, 4th–5th century - Mexico, Mesoamerica - Culture: Teotihuacan. Ceramic, red ochre

Tripod Vessel | Teotihuacan | The Met

Bowls with three sturdy feet and more or less straight sides are so identified with central highland Teotihuacan that their presence anywhere else in Mexico is considered evidence of the great city's influence

Mask Teotihuacan Mexico 300-750 CE Stone

Mask Teotihuacan Mexico 300-750 CE Stone

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

An Teotihuacan figurine of Tlaloc, god of rain and water. Location: Mexico City, Mexico.

An Teotihuacan figurine of Tlaloc, god of rain and water. Location: Mexico City, Mexico.

Teotihuacán incense burner ornaments.

Teotihuacán incense burner ornaments

These small ornaments from incense burners display a variety of Teotihuacán symbols and motifs. American Museum of Natural History NYC

Onyx jaguar sculpture from Teotihuacan, possibly a ritual container to receive sacrificed human hearts.

Onyx jaguar sculpture from Teotihuacan, possibly a ritual container to receive sacrificed human hearts.

Archaeologists have unearthed 150 skulls dated to A.D. 600-850 in a field that once was a lake near the kingdom of Teotihuacan in Mexico.

Gruesome Find May Be Evidence Of Mass Human Sacrifice

By: Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer Published: 01/26/2013 10:27 AM EST on LiveScience Archaeologists have unearthed a trove of skulls in ...

Teotihuacan Stone Mask

Teotihuacan Stone Mask

Teotihuacan mask of Azcapotzalco, San Miguel Amantla, Classical period, late Xolalpan phase, 450-550 A.D.

Teotihuacan mask of Azcapotzalco, San Miguel Amantla, Classical period, late Xolalpan phase, 450-550 A.D.

Teotihuacan statuette (150 - 450 AD circa).

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Photograph copyright National Geographic. One of a series of 11 photographs illustrating the latest discoveries at the Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacan, Mexico. Resized for webposting.

clay mask from Teotihuacan 1B.C - 900 A.D.

clay mask from Teotihuacan 1B.C - 900 A.D.

Teotihuacan wheeled toy.

Teotihuacan wheeled toy.

Teotihuacan Ceramic mask of a (Jaguar?).

Mesoamerican Photo Archives: National Museum: Teotihuacan Ceramics

Teotihuacan Ceramic mask of a (Jaguar?).

Artifacts.Teotihuacan, Museum.

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Greenstone Face mask, Teotihuacan Classic period 200-750 AD.

Greenstone Face mask, Teotihuacan Classic period 200-750 AD.

Mascara de Teotihuacan Museo del sitio

Mascara de Teotihuacan Museo del sitio

Teotihuacan style jade mask from Onkintok, Yucatan. Museo Maya de Cancun or Cancun Mayan Mayan Museum .

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Teotihuacan style jade mask from ths Mayan city of Oxkintok, Yucatan. Museo Maya de Cancun or Cancun Mayan Mayan Museum that opened in November 2012, Cancun, Mexico .

Teotihuacan, Mexico - Mask from an Incense Burner Portraying the Old Deity of Fire. Lylith was a Fire Sign! (Lylith was surely a Priestess of Fyre in her magical persona.)

Teotihuacan, Mexico - Mask from an Incense Burner Portraying the Old Deity of Fire. Lylith was a Fire Sign! (Lylith was surely a Priestess of Fyre in her magical persona.)

Teotihuacan art.

Teotihuacan art.

Figurine from Teotihuacan.

Figurine from Teotihuacan.

Vasija trípode con deidad. Teotihuacan Exposición.

Vasija trípode con deidad. Teotihuacan Exposición.

Artifacts.Teotihuacan, Museum.

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EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO – Tehotihuacán El Amanecer Cultural (VI) | ecoturismo esoterico

EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO – Tehotihuacán El Amanecer Cultural (VI)

A-BAK’ MATEMÁTICA MAYA: TEOTIHUACAN, EL AMANECER CULTURAL ( VI ) EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO INCENSARIOS TIPO TEOTIHUACANOSTEOTIHUACAN fue un sitio de suma importancia durante el Clásico Temprano (250 – 600 d.C.) en la REGIÓN MESOAMERICANA. La INFLUENCIA DE ESTA CIVILIZACIÓN se ve reflejada en la arquitectura –con el uso del talud tablero en varias construcciones de…

EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO – Tehotihuacán El Amanecer Cultural (VI) | ecoturismo esoterico

EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO – Tehotihuacán El Amanecer Cultural (VI)

A-BAK’ MATEMÁTICA MAYA: TEOTIHUACAN, EL AMANECER CULTURAL ( VI ) EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO INCENSARIOS TIPO TEOTIHUACANOSTEOTIHUACAN fue un sitio de suma importancia durante el Clásico Temprano (250 – 600 d.C.) en la REGIÓN MESOAMERICANA. La INFLUENCIA DE ESTA CIVILIZACIÓN se ve reflejada en la arquitectura –con el uso del talud tablero en varias construcciones de…

Vessel in the Form of a Composite Animal Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacán, 200-600 Furnishings; Serviceware Thin Orange ceramic Height: 9 1/4 in. (23.5 cm) LACMA

Vessel in the Form of a Composite Animal

Vessel in the Form of a Composite Animal Mexico, Basin of Mexico, Teotihuacan, Teotihuacán, 200-600 Furnishings; Serviceware Thin Orange ceramic Height: 9 ¼ in. (23.5 cm) LACMA

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Teotihuacán

Teotihuacán was the largest Pre-Columbian city in the Americas, reaching a total population of 150,000 at its height. The name also refers to the civilization this city dominated, which at its greatest extent included most of Mesoamerica.

Tripod Vessel, 4th–5th century - Mexico, Mesoamerica - Culture: Teotihuacan. Ceramic, red ochre

Tripod Vessel | Teotihuacan | The Met

Bowls with three sturdy feet and more or less straight sides are so identified with central highland Teotihuacan that their presence anywhere else in Mexico is considered evidence of the great city's influence

Mask Teotihuacan Mexico 300-750 CE Stone

Mask Teotihuacan Mexico 300-750 CE Stone

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

An Teotihuacan figurine of Tlaloc, god of rain and water. Location: Mexico City, Mexico.

An Teotihuacan figurine of Tlaloc, god of rain and water. Location: Mexico City, Mexico.

Teotihuacán incense burner ornaments.

Teotihuacán incense burner ornaments

These small ornaments from incense burners display a variety of Teotihuacán symbols and motifs. American Museum of Natural History NYC

Onyx jaguar sculpture from Teotihuacan, possibly a ritual container to receive sacrificed human hearts.

Onyx jaguar sculpture from Teotihuacan, possibly a ritual container to receive sacrificed human hearts.

Archaeologists have unearthed 150 skulls dated to A.D. 600-850 in a field that once was a lake near the kingdom of Teotihuacan in Mexico.

Gruesome Find May Be Evidence Of Mass Human Sacrifice

By: Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer Published: 01/26/2013 10:27 AM EST on LiveScience Archaeologists have unearthed a trove of skulls in ...

Teotihuacan Stone Mask

Teotihuacan Stone Mask

Teotihuacan mask of Azcapotzalco, San Miguel Amantla, Classical period, late Xolalpan phase, 450-550 A.D.

Teotihuacan mask of Azcapotzalco, San Miguel Amantla, Classical period, late Xolalpan phase, 450-550 A.D.

Teotihuacan statuette (150 - 450 AD circa).

ngm2006_teotihuacan-statuette

Photograph copyright National Geographic. One of a series of 11 photographs illustrating the latest discoveries at the Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacan, Mexico. Resized for webposting.

clay mask from Teotihuacan 1B.C - 900 A.D.

clay mask from Teotihuacan 1B.C - 900 A.D.

Teotihuacan wheeled toy.

Teotihuacan wheeled toy.

Teotihuacan Ceramic mask of a (Jaguar?).

Mesoamerican Photo Archives: National Museum: Teotihuacan Ceramics

Teotihuacan Ceramic mask of a (Jaguar?).

Artifacts.Teotihuacan, Museum.

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