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1000 BCE-1000 CE Unknown Artist
Abstract standing sculpture with prominant triangular nose.

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1000 BCE-1000 CE Unknown Artist
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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.

Seated Teotihuacan Goddess of Fertility Wearing a Headdress of Quetzal Feathers

250-450 CE (Early Tlamimlolpa Micaotli-Early Xolapan Periods) Unknown Artist
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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.