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  • Armadillo figure
  • possibly Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed); possibly collected from the Pech (Paya)
  • Honduras; ; ; ; Latitude 15, between Río Aguán and Río Coco (Río Segovia, Wanks River)
  • 7274
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  • Female figure
  • probably Post-Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Honduras; Cortés Department; Choloma Municipality; Choloma
  • 7595
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  • Sculpture
  • probably Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Honduras; Copán Department; Copán Ruinas Municipality; ; Copán
  • 8601
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  • Maskette
  • probably Post-Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Honduras
  • 1/2571
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  • Snuff spoon
  • probably Olmec (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Oaxaca State
  • 2/6664
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  • Pendant
  • possibly Post-Classic period Veracruz/Gulf Coast (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Veracruz State; Tierra Blanca Municipality, Papalopan Region; Tierra Blanca
  • 2/9498
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  • Bells with facial features
  • possibly Pipil or Mixteca (Mixtec) (archaeological culture) (attributed); probably traded to and used by Post-Classic period Maya (archaeological culture)
  • Honduras; Cortés Department or Santa Bárbara Department; ; ; Río Chamelecón valley
  • 4/312
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  • Carving
  • probably Post-Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Honduras; Cortés Department; San Manuel Municipality; ; Monte Vista, Río Ulúa valley
  • 4/3770
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  • Whistling jar
  • probably Mayoid Tradition: Ulúa style (archaeological culture) (attributed); probably used by the Post-Classic period Maya
  • Honduras; ; ; ; Río Ulúa
  • 4/3780
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  • Monkey pendant
  • possibly Post-Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Honduras; ; ; ; Río Ulúa
  • 4/3888
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  • Stamp/Stamping tool
  • possibly Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Honduras; ; ; ; Río Ulúa
  • 4/3925
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  • Whistle
  • possibly Pre-Classic Period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Honduras; ; ; ; Río Ulúa
  • 4/4010
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  • Pendant representing the Maize God
  • probably Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Chiapas State; Palenque Municipality, Selva Region; ; Palenque
  • 4/6276
photo archives
  • Figure part/fragment
  • probably Olmec (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Chiapas State; Palenque Municipality, Selva Region; ; Palenque
  • 4/6274
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  • Hair comb
  • probably Maya (attributed)
  • Guatemala
  • 5/9345
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  • Sculpture
  • probably Classic period Veracruz/Gulf Coast: Remojadas (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Veracruz State
  • 6/5439
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  • Human figure
  • probably Epi-Olmec (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Guerrero State
  • 6/6399
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  • Sculpture in the form of a human head
  • probably Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Yucatán State; Santa Elena Municipality, Sur Poniente Region; ; Uxmal
  • 8/1971
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  • Sculpture in the form of a human head
  • probably Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Yucatán State; Santa Elena Municipality, Sur Poniente Region; ; Uxmal
  • 8/1972
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  • Incense burner/Incensario in human form
  • probably Post-Classic period Maya (archaeological culture) (attributed)
  • Mexico; Quintana Roo State; Othón P. Blanco Municipality; San Antonio; Ruin 2 miles from mouth of Río Hondo
  • 8/1981
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