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Excepcional figura antropomorfa femenina sedente de estilo claramente olmeca, de barro policroma, profusa en detalles en la expresión facial y corporal y, excepcional  en el arte olmeca, se muestra con cabello. Culturas del Golfo, Período Preclásico o formativo mesoamericano. 2500- 100  A.de C. Tabasco, México. mcba.

Excepcional figura antropomorfa femenina sedente de estilo claramente olmeca, de barro policroma, profusa en detalles en la expresión facial y corporal y, excepcional en el arte olmeca, se muestra con cabello. Culturas del Golfo, Período Preclásico o formativo mesoamericano. 2500- 100 A.de C. Tabasco, México. mcba.

Urn In The Form Of Cociyo, God Of Lightning And Rain  .                                    Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Albán IIIa, Zapotec culture        Early Classic period (A.D. 250–600)        c. A.D. 400–500        Ceramic

Urn In The Form Of Cociyo, God Of Lightning And Rain . Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Albán IIIa, Zapotec culture Early Classic period (A.D. 250–600) c. A.D. 400–500 Ceramic

SUPPORTING IMAGE 1: This is the Olmec shaman in transformation pose, or were-jaguar figure discussed in Reilly's essay. This is relevant to the Nasca Vessel with Jaguar Motif in that the iconography is similar. Perhaps the Nasca Vessel held a psychoactive brew for the shaman's transformation into a jaguar.

SUPPORTING IMAGE 1: This is the Olmec shaman in transformation pose, or were-jaguar figure discussed in Reilly's essay. This is relevant to the Nasca Vessel with Jaguar Motif in that the iconography is similar. Perhaps the Nasca Vessel held a psychoactive brew for the shaman's transformation into a jaguar.

NeoMexicanismos - mini-girlz: Ancient Maya Figurines  (Jaina, Mexico), n.d.   Clay, 10.5 cm   © Justin Kerr  via > sarweb.org

NeoMexicanismos - mini-girlz: Ancient Maya Figurines (Jaina, Mexico), n.d. Clay, 10.5 cm © Justin Kerr via > sarweb.org

The God of Death.    This ceramic figure of the God of Death comes from ancient Veracruz Mexico. Tamayo museum collection of Oaxaca Mexico.

The God of Death. This ceramic figure of the God of Death comes from ancient Veracruz Mexico. Tamayo museum collection of Oaxaca Mexico.

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