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.Chalchiuhtlicue  Artist Unknown (Mexica (Aztec)) (Mexico, Central America), 1200-1521

.Chalchiuhtlicue Artist Unknown (Mexica (Aztec)) (Mexico, Central America), 1200-1521

Perrito (Colima dog) Colima, Mexico, 100-300; red slip with burnishing.

Perrito (Colima dog) Colima, Mexico, 100-300; red slip with burnishing.

Standing figure. Central America, Mexico, Tabasco: Olmec style. Middle Formative period (900-600 BC). Black-green serpentine. h. 14.8 cm. Acquired 1975. Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection. UEA 606. www.scva.ac.uk

Standing figure. Central America, Mexico, Tabasco: Olmec style. Middle Formative period (900-600 BC). Black-green serpentine. h. 14.8 cm. Acquired 1975. Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection. UEA 606. www.scva.ac.uk

The Palenque Mayan ruins contains some of the finest architecture, sculpture, roof comb and bas-relief carvings that the Mayas produced

The Palenque Mayan ruins contains some of the finest architecture, sculpture, roof comb and bas-relief carvings that the Mayas produced

The Feathered Serpent symbolizes the cosmic Male energy of the Universe (Aztec art - Central America)

The Feathered Serpent symbolizes the cosmic Male energy of the Universe (Aztec art - Central America)

Artist's concept of the Petroglyph Staircase at Copán, as it could have looked like between 400 and 850AD, by T. Proskouriakoff.  Honduras

Artist's concept of the Petroglyph Staircase at Copán, as it could have looked like between 400 and 850AD, by T. Proskouriakoff. Honduras

Head. Central America, Mexico, Veracruz: Remojades. Late Classic period (AD 600-900). Terracotta, traces of white stucco and black paint. h. 17.8 x w. 15.5 x d. 16.0 cm. Acquired 1987. Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection. UEA 957

Head. Central America, Mexico, Veracruz: Remojades. Late Classic period (AD 600-900). Terracotta, traces of white stucco and black paint. h. 17.8 x w. 15.5 x d. 16.0 cm. Acquired 1987. Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection. UEA 957

“Idol at Copán”, from Frederick Catherwood’s Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan (1844).

“Idol at Copán”, from Frederick Catherwood’s Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan (1844).

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