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Postclassic Maya/Early Aztec (Mexica) Mask of Xipe Totec

c. 1300 CE (Post Classic/Early Aztec Periods) Unknown Artist
Decorative stone mask of an Aztec god with open mouth, closed eyes, and large pierced ears.

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1800-1200 BCE Unknown Artist
A stone mask with indented facial features and inlaid shell to represent the eyes.

Aztec (Mexica) Plumed Serpent

1400-1520 CE Unknown Artist
Sculpture of a coiled quetzalcoatl feathered serpent with open mouth exposing prominent fangs.

Mezcala-Chontal Standing Figure

1800-1200 BCE Unknown Artist
Small abstract stone figure with indented facial features features, a large pointed nose, and arms resting on its mid-section.