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1400-1520 CE Unknown Artist
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1200-1500 CE (Post Classic-Late Post Classic/Early Aztec-Late Aztec B Periods) Unknown Artist
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900-1500 CE Unknown Artist
Stone sculpture of a perched frog.

Mezcala Standing Figure (M-8 Type)

1800-1200 BCE Unknown Artist
Abstract dark-green standing stone figure with indented features, including eyes, ears, mouth, arms, and legs.

Seated Teotihuacan Goddess of Fertility Wearing a Headdress of Quetzal Feathers

250-450 CE (Early Tlamimlolpa Micaotli-Early Xolapan Periods) Unknown Artist
Seated stone figure with an elaborate headdress, garment, and ear spools.