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Aztec (Mexica)/Mixtec Mask of Rain God Tlaloc with Drill Holes at Bottom to Attach Beard

900-1200 CE (Epiclassic-Early Post Classic/Early Aztec Periods) Unknown Artist
Stone head of a rain god with large bulging eyes and long fangs emerging from curled lips.

Mezcala-Chontal Mask

c. 400-100 BCE Unknown Artist
Black stone mask with red eyes and mouth, drilled ear spools, and a triangular nose.

Large Teotihuacan Funerary Mask

250-450 CE Unknown Artist
Light brown realistic face mask with hollowed eyes, open mouth, and pierced ears.

Olmec Mask (Rio Pesquero Style)

1100-500 BCE (Early Formative-Middle Formative/Pre-Classic Periods) Unknown Artist
Naturalistic face mask with open mouth, large eyes, and ear spools.

Colima Mask with Closely set Pecked Eyes and Mouth

300 BCE-300 CE (Late Pre-Classic Period) Unknown Artist
A round abstract stone mask with small indented eyes, mouth and a round nose.

Teotihuacan Mask

250-600 CE Unknown Artist
Mottled green stone face mask with open mouth, hollowed eyes, and pierced ears.

Aztec (Mexica) Squash or Gourd

900-1400 CE Unknown Artist
Realistic stone sculpture of a whole squash or gourd.

Aztec (Mexica) Figure of Seated Ruler or Dignitary with Hands on Knees and Large Headdress

1200-1500 CE (Post Classic-Late Post Classic/Early Aztec-Late Aztec B 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.