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Another Mezcala Diorite Stone Figure

Another Mezcala Diorite Stone Figure

mezcala stone figures - Google Search

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Standing figure - Formative, Mezcala - Guerrero, Mexico, 1500–500 B.C. - Stone | Princeton University Art Museum

Standing figure - Formative, Mezcala - Guerrero, Mexico, 1500–500 B.C. - Stone | Princeton University Art Museum

Mezcala Stone Temple,  Late Preclassic, ca. 300 - 100 B.C.  height 5 7/8in (14.5cm)   carved from medium gray stone with steps leading to four columns topped by lintels supporting two stylized standing human figures; smooth surface with heavy calcification.     Provenance:   The Lands Beyond Gallery, acquired in the 1960s   Private Collection, New York (numbered 622)

Mezcala Stone Temple, Late Preclassic, ca. 300 - 100 B.C. height 5 7/8in (14.5cm) carved from medium gray stone with steps leading to four columns topped by lintels supporting two stylized standing human figures; smooth surface with heavy calcification. Provenance: The Lands Beyond Gallery, acquired in the 1960s Private Collection, New York (numbered 622)

Carved monolith (atal) Bakor, Ekoi (Ejagham), Cross River, Nigeria, 16th century (?) basaltic stone, h. 84 cm Private Collection, London

Carved monolith (atal) Bakor, Ekoi (Ejagham), Cross River, Nigeria, 16th century (?) basaltic stone, h. 84 cm Private Collection, London

Standing Stone Figure - Mezcala, Mexico

Standing Stone Figure - Mezcala, Mexico

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