This is supposedly a statue of a coiled serpent from the Aztecs circa 16th century.  It really looks more like a fossilized pile of terds.

This is supposedly a statue of a coiled serpent from the Aztecs circa century. It really looks more like a fossilized pile of terds.

Aztec Coiled Rattlesnake | Cleveland Museum of Art

Coiled Rattlesnake, c. Central Mexico, Aztec, century - no matter the date, its origins are definitely Pre-Incan

9. The Ambum Stone. Ambum Valley, Enga Province, Papua New Guinea. c. 1500 B.C.E. Greywacke. Prehistoric Stone Sculpture from New Guinea | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Prehistoric Stone Sculpture from New Guinea

The Ambum Stone. Ambum Valley, Enga Province, Papua New Guinea. Prehistoric Stone Sculpture from New Guinea,Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History,

Aztec CE 1325-1475 Important stone carved sculpture of a coiled serpent

Aztec AD 1325-1475 Important stone carved sculpture of a coiled serpent

Aztec AD Important stone carved sculpture of a coiled serpent

Serpent's head,	 Mexica (Aztec),	 Late Post-Classic (1325-1521 A.D.)	 - Mexico City.	 Volcanic tuff	 - National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. Photo © Jorge Pérez de Lara

Serpent's head, Mexica (Aztec), Late Post-Classic A. Volcanic tuff - National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico.

MIniature bottle Maya , A.D. 650–800. -1

Miniature bottle - Mexico, Maya 650 to

Resultado de imagen para PANZENU

Resultado de imagen para PANZENU

Hacha. Date: c. A.D. 550-750. Mexico. Classic Veracruz style

Stone Sculpture of Hacha Ballgame Gear, Classic Veracruz Style, Mexico, CE.

Aztec Stone Sculpture | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Aztec Stone Sculpture

essay on sculpture Aztec Stone Sculpture

Jade sculpture of deity (550–650 AD); Altun Ha, Belize, Jadeite; National Institute of Culture and History, Belize. Photo: National Institute of Culture and History, Belize

Weighing pounds and standing almost 6 inches high, the jade head remains the single largest carved jade object yet discovered in the Maya area. Visit it at the Museum of Belize in Belize City.

Jaguar shaped receptacle for hearts of sacrifice victims. Aztec, Mexico. Templo Mayor.

Jaguar shaped receptacle for hearts of sacrifice victims. Aztec, Mexico. Templo Mayor.

Xicahuaztli, Aztec, 1500

Art/Museums: The Aztec Empire at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Xochicalco, Mexico Temple of the Feathered Serpent.  Truly beautiful ruins with intricate designs and a lunar calendar cave.

Xochicalco, Mexico Temple of the Feathered Serpent. Truly beautiful ruins with intricate designs and a lunar calendar cave.

Masked Figure Pendant, 4th–8th century Costa Rica; Atlantic Watershed Jade. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Latin American [Costa Rica]: Masked figure pendant, c.

Chalchiuhtlicue, deidad mexica de las aguas mansas, lagos, lagunas y pozos (del "agua horizontal") Pareja o contraparte de Tlaloc, deidad de la fertilidad (en todas sus acepciones) de la lluvia y los rayois ("agua vertical")

Chalchiuhtlicue, deidad mexica de las aguas mansas, lagos, lagunas y pozos (del "agua horizontal") Pareja o contraparte de Tlaloc, deidad de la fertilidad (en todas sus acepciones) de la lluvia y los rayois ("agua vertical")

ESCULTURA PRETÉRITA En el noroeste argentino se sucedieron las más importantes culturas prehispánicas, aproximadamente a partir del año  600 a.C. Las principales producciones plásticas fueron real…

“Prehistoria”

ESCULTURA PRETÉRITA En el noroeste argentino se sucedieron las más importantes culturas prehispánicas, aproximadamente a partir del año 600 a.C. Las principales producciones plásticas fueron real…

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