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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 Figure (M-8 Type)

2800-1200 BCE Unknown Artist
Abstract stone figure with vertical cuts to represent facial features, arms, legs, and prominent eyebrows.

Mezcala-Chontal Standing Figure with “Coffee Bean” Mouth and Eyes (M-26)

c. 1200 BCE (Alternative Date: 300-100 BCE, Late Preclassic) Unknown Artist
Small abstract stone scultpture with protruding facial features including eyes, mouth, and a flat geometric nose.

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.

Teotihuacan Mask-Pendant of Shaman/Jaguar Transformation

c. 200 CE (Miccaotli Phase) Unknown Artist
Stylistic stone mask with inlaid black eyes and stuck out tongue.

Small Chontal Head Pendant

c. 400 BCE Unknown Artist
Small stone pendant of a head with an open mouth and large nose.