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MAYA HIEROGLYPHIC WRITING The Ancient Maya Codices

MAYA HIEROGLYPHIC WRITING The Ancient Maya Codices

#mayan #art #ancient

#mayan #art #ancient

mayan pottery

mayan pottery

Chorotega Statue, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua

Chorotega Statue, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua

Cylinder vase of a goddess Maya Late Classic Period Mexico 8th century CE earthenware

Cylinder vase of a goddess Maya Late Classic Period Mexico 8th century CE earthenware

Ancient Egypt Clothing | The ancient egyptians clothing. | Evening and wedding dress salon

Ancient Egypt Clothing | The ancient egyptians clothing. | Evening and wedding dress salon

homoarchaeologicus:  Zapotec jade and shells mask, ca. 200 BC - 100 AD, Monte Alban, Mexico. Photography © Jorge Pérez de Lara.  Even though many scholars maintain that this is a bat mask, many of its features point towards its identification as a feline, possibly a jaguar. If this is correct, it may be associated with power and royal lineages. Regardless of its identification, it is one of the most valuable treasures ever recovered from Monte Albán. - mesoweb.com

homoarchaeologicus: Zapotec jade and shells mask, ca. 200 BC - 100 AD, Monte Alban, Mexico. Photography © Jorge Pérez de Lara. Even though many scholars maintain that this is a bat mask, many of its features point towards its identification as a feline, possibly a jaguar. If this is correct, it may be associated with power and royal lineages. Regardless of its identification, it is one of the most valuable treasures ever recovered from Monte Albán. - mesoweb.com

Bonampak Murals - Yahoo Image Search Results

Bonampak Murals - Yahoo Image Search Results

XOCHIPILLI ( "flower prince") | Aztec god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers & song. As the patron of writing and painting, he was called Chicomexóchitl ("seven-flower"), but he could also be referred to as Macuilxóchitl ("five-flower"). His wife was the human girl Mayahuel, and his twin sister was Xochiquetzal.

XOCHIPILLI ( "flower prince") | Aztec god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers & song. As the patron of writing and painting, he was called Chicomexóchitl ("seven-flower"), but he could also be referred to as Macuilxóchitl ("five-flower"). His wife was the human girl Mayahuel, and his twin sister was Xochiquetzal.

La cascabel y el tiempo cíclico de los mayas

La cascabel y el tiempo cíclico de los mayas

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