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An adorable Colima dog whistle from West Mexico, c. 300 BC - 300 AD. It is 3 in tall and depicts an alert puppy with perked ears and a wagging tail. Intact, with strong mineral deposits, root marks and great tone on the whistle.

An adorable Colima dog whistle from West Mexico, c. It is 3 in tall and depicts an alert puppy with perked ears and a wagging tail. Intact, with strong mineral deposits, root marks and great tone on the whistle.

Amparo Museum in Puebla, Mexico. Français : Flûte de Remojadas en céramique, Veracruz 600 ap. J.-C..

Amparo Museum in Puebla, Mexico. Français : Flûte de Remojadas en céramique, Veracruz 600 ap. J.-C..

Slip Painted Bowl - ADC.89 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 10 th Century AD to 11 th Century AD Dimensions: 3.62" (9.2cm) high x 9.06" (23.0c...

Slip Painted Bowl - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 10 th Century AD to 11 th Century AD Dimensions: high x

boneandpapyrus: “  Textile Fragment with Tapestry-Woven Leaf Decoration Coptic Egypt, 4th century (The Met) ”

"embroidery and other textiles" -

boneandpapyrus: “ Textile Fragment with Tapestry-Woven Leaf Decoration Coptic Egypt, century (The Met) ”

fresco tradicional pintado a la manera antigua reproduccion del mural llamado: "El sacerdote jaguar" de la zona arqueologica de Cacaxtla tlaxcala

fresco tradicional pintado a la manera antigua reproduccion del mural llamado: "El sacerdote jaguar" de la zona arqueologica de Cacaxtla tlaxcala

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Chaac (also spelled Chac or, in Classic Mayan, Chaahk [t͡ʃaːhk]) is the name of the Maya rain deity. With his lightning axe, Chaac strikes the clouds and produces thunder and rain. Chaac corresponds to Tlaloc among the Aztec

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