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Chorrera Fragment of Effigy Figure

1000-500 BCE (Tabuchila Phase, Late Formative Period) Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Aztec (Mexica)/Toltec Standing Figure of Xipe Totec, Aztec Type

550-950 CE (Early Classic-Early Post Classic Periods) Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Aztec (Mexica) Mask

c. 900-1500 CE Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Olmec Mask Fragment with Engraved Headband

1000-500 BCE (Late San Lorenzo Horizon/Early La Venta Horizon) Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Woman with a Fan

c. 1958 (modeled in 1914) Alexander Archipenko
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Mezcala-Chontal Mask

1800-1200 BCE Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Chinesco (Nayarit) Maternity Figure

200 BCE-200 CE Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Mezcala Figure (M-8 Type)

2800-1200 BCE Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.

Mezcala Two Column Temple

200 BCE–500 CE Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a man seated with crossed legs and wearing a large headdress and long, intricate earings; his mouth is open as if he is in mid-speech.