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Coyote, cultura Purepecha  (from Derechos Indigenas Michoacan)

Coyote, cultura Purepecha (from Derechos Indigenas Michoacan)

Features:  -Material: Ceramic.  -Signed by the artist.  -Museum replica(s).  -Crackled finish.  Product Type: -Figurine. Dimensions:  Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -9.3".  Overall Width - Side to Si

-Museum replica(s). Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: Overall Width - Side to Si

An awesome visual guide to Mexican traditions, holidays, folklore and more.  A great resource to learn about the culture of #mexico.

An awesome visual guide to Mexican traditions, holidays, folklore and more. A great resource to learn about the culture of Mexico.

Escultura de piedra reproduciendo a un mono                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Escultura de piedra reproduciendo a un mono Más

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Concept Art for The Road to El Dorado by Kristen Kawamura

(THIS IS A HYSKOS COFFIN LID). A Canaanite Ceramic Slipper Coffin Lid, 13th-12th century BC | Sands of Time Ancient Art

A Canaanite Ceramic Slipper Coffin Lid, 13th-12th century BC

During the Ramesside empire in Palestine, ceramic anthropoid coffin burials appear in Canaan near several Egyptian forts. Dubbed "slipper coffins" by Petrie, these coffins generally reflected Egyptian

The Tarascan Empire (Maunus)

Tarascan Civilization

Meet the Tarascans: Fierce Foes of the Aztecs – Ancient History et cetera

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