Late Preclassic, Ameca-Etzatlán  Plateau with eleven figures, 200 B.C.– A.D. 100  , Place made: West Mexico, Jalisco, Mexico

Late Preclassic, Ameca-Etzatlán Plateau with eleven figures, 200 B.C.– A.D. 100 Ceramic Jalisco, Mexico

Sculpture, Nayarit, c. 200 BC - 400 AD - Museo Nacional de Antropología

Sculpture, Nayarit, c. 200 BC - 400 AD Museo Nacional de Antropología

Dance scene Nayarit West Mexico 200 BCE - 300 CE Ceramic

México Prehispanico, Indigenas, Cultura, Proyectos, La Historia Antigua, Arte Antiguo, Museo De Arte, Sudamerica, Azteca

Seated Ballplayer Figure Nayarit

Seated Ballplayer Figure Nayarit

Mourners, Mexico, Nayarit, 200 B.C. - A.D. 500, Slip-painted ceramic with incised decoration.

Mourners, Mexico, Nayarit, 200 B.C. - A.D. 500, Slip-painted ceramic with incised decoration.

Pre-Columbian, West Mexico, Jalisco, San Juanito, ca. 200 BCE to 200 CE. A skillfully modeled bichrome pottery seated, perhaps hunchback figure posed with his left arm under his chin and left hand placed upon the wrist of his right hand which rests upon his right knee.  Possessing a characteristically elongated head, he presents a rather tranquil visage comprised of slit eyes and mouth, a long, protruding nose, and angular ears.  He wears a crossed headband of applied and incised coils, and…

Pre-Columbian, West Mexico, Jalisco, San Juanito, ca. 200 BCE to 200 CE. A skillfully modeled bichrome pottery seated, perhaps hunchback figure posed with his left arm under his chin and left hand placed upon the wrist of his right hand which rests upon his right knee. Possessing a characteristically elongated head, he presents a rather tranquil visage comprised of slit eyes and mouth, a long, protruding nose, and angular ears. He wears a crossed headband of applied and incised coils, and…

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