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Temple Model | LACMA Collections

Temple Model | LACMA Collections

Temple Model | LACMA Collections

Temple Model | LACMA Collections

Temple Model | LACMA Collections

Temple Model | LACMA Collections

MEZCALA STONE TEMPLE,  LATE PRECLASSIC, CA. 300-100 B.C.  Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 USD   LOT SOLD. 5,000 USD  (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium)  the four column structure with a figure within and on top of the roof comb, with the edge of the roof serrated; in calcite.

Mezcala stone temple, late preclassic, ca. Calcite four-column structure with a figure within and on top of the roof comb, with the edge of the roof serrated;

rodonnell-hixenbaugh: Mezcala Stone Temple Facade A Pre-Columbian Mezcala gray stone sculpture representing a temple facade with steps leading up to a structure of four columns, and a large figure at the top. www.hixenbaugh.net

rodonnell-hixenbaugh: “Mezcala Stone Temple Facade A Pre-Columbian Mezcala gray stone sculpture representing a temple facade with steps leading up to a structure of four columns, and a large figure at.

Figure, 150 B.C.–A.D. 100 - United States, Alaska Culture: Old Bering Sea -: Ivory (walrus)

-- Old Bering Sea Peoples, Alaska -- Human Figure -- Century Century CE -- Walrus ivory -- Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The Mysterious Aboriginal Rock Art of the Wandjinas ~ one of the most intriguing and perplexing legends of the Australian Aboriginal people is that of the Wandjinas, the supreme spirit beings and creators of the land and people.

Owl, Valdivia. One of the earliest sculptural traditions of the ancient Americas was that of the Valdivia culture, which began around 3550 BC and lasted until approximately 1500 BC along the Pacific Coast of present-day Ecuador. Valdivian artists created figures out of both stone and ceramic, portraying men, women and animals in a variety of sizes.

One of the earliest sculptural traditions of the ancient Americas was that of the Valdivia culture, which began around 3550 BC and lasted until approximately 1500 BC along the Pacific Coast of present-day Ecuador.

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