Esculturas de barro maya

Esculturas mayas de formas humanas, antropomórficas de la época prehispánica. Guerreros mayas y referencias principalmente del periodo Maya Clásico medio y tardío de la Isla de Jaina donde dichas figuras eran parte de entierros rituales.
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Closeup of a Figure of a Standing Warrior late Classic Maya Jaina style Campeche or Yucatan Mexico       650-800 CE Ceramic with pigment    Art Institute of Chicago

Closeup of a Figure of a Standing Warrior late Classic Maya Jaina style Campeche Mexico CE Ceramic with pigment Art Institute of Chicago

Late Classic, Maya Enthroned Ruler, A.D. 600–800 Ceramic with polychrome pigment figure: Jaina, Maya Area, Campeche, Mexico

Late Classic ~ Maya Enthroned Ruler ~ A. ~ Ceramic with polychrome pigment figure ~ Place made: Jaina, Maya Area, Campeche, México

Hermosa figura del Clásico Tardío Maya... Su huipil es distinto al poncho utilizado por los mesoamericanos pos clásicos y su tocado es interesante.

Hermosa figura del Clásico Tardío Maya... Su huipil es distinto al poncho utilizado por los mesoamericanos pos clásicos y su tocado es interesante.

Fine Maya Standing Figure of a Nobleman, Jaina<br>Late Classic, ca. A.D…

Fine Maya Standing Figure of a Nobleman, Jaina<br>Late Classic, ca.

Ballplayer. Late Classic Maya, A.D. 600–800. Place made: Jaina Island or vicinity, Maya area, Campeche, Mexico. h. 34.2 cm., w. 17.8 cm. The massive padding around the waist of this figure identifies him as a ballplayer. Such protection was probably made out of long cloth wrappings, atop which was attached a ribbed, wooden striking element, painted blue on this example. His bird headdress may have been particular to his team. -Princeton University Art Museum-

Period: Late Classic Culture: Maya Place of origin: Jaina Island or vicinity, Maya area, Campeche, Mexico Medium: Ceramic with traces of Maya blue pigment.

Late Classic Maya, Jaina Campeche or Yucatán, Mexico Figure of an Aristocratic Lady, A.D. 650/800

Late Classic Maya, Jaina Campeche or Yucatán, Mexico Figure of an Aristocratic Lady, C.

The Mayan earth and moon goddess and patroness of pregnant women.

This is Ixchel, the Mayan patroness of pregnant women. She was known as a midwife and great healer. As late as the Mayan women would make pilgrimages to her sanctuary, to ensure their marriages produced children.

Exceptional Maya Jaina Pottery Rattle

Maya Jaina Pottery Rattle~ ca. 600 CE ~ Pre-Columbian, Jaina Island, Mexico, Ca…

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