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Stela from Bonampak Circa 700 AD- Bonampak is a small archeological site in the middle of the Lacandona Jungle. The heat is almost unbearable, but has one of the best preserved mayan murals and you can see Lacandones (direct descendants of the maya) Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Mayan History, Maya Civilization, Aztec Culture, Inka, Aztec Art, Art Sculpture, Mesoamerican

Mesoamerican Sculpture (post 500 AD)

^^Can a mod please ban this troll? Stela from Bonampak Circa 700 AD Bonampak by Ricardo Alvarado, on Flickr Bonampak by Ricardo Alvarado, on Flickr...

  Tikal, Aztec Tattoos Sleeve, Maya Architecture, Mayan Cities, Modern Names, Ruler, Warriors, Central America, Image

King of La Mar hands over Pomona warriors to the king of Piedras Negras Kʼinich Yat Ahk II.

  Mayan Language, Maya Architecture, Mayan Cities, Black Jaguar, Tikal, Trip Advisor, City, Maya Civilization, Pictures

Zona Arqueológica de Balamkú (Calakmul) - Tripadvisor

Balamku, Campeche: Consulta 87 opiniones, artículos, y 52 fotos de Balamku, clasificada en TripAdvisor en el N.°11 de 41 atracciones en Campeche.

Mayan Ruin of Balamku in the rio Bec region of Campeche, not far from Calakmul. Ancient Aztecs, Ancient Art, Maya Architecture, Mayan Cities, Mexica, Mayan Ruins, Archaeology, Civilization, Art History

Balamku Mayan Ruins in the state of Campeche

Mayan Ruin of Balamku in the rio Bec region of Campeche, not far from Calakmul.

 Late Classic period from 600 to 900 AD Ancient Aliens, Ancient Art, Maya Civilization, Aztec Ruins, Mayan Cities, Mesoamerican, Inca, Mexican Art, Archaeology

Vaso trípode. Representación pictórica – Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino

  Mayan Cities, Vases, Mesoamerican, Inca, Mexican Art, Ancient Architecture, Ancient Art, Clay Art, Archaeology

klgarrett@aol.com | Kenneth Garrett Photography

Maya Rise and Fall; Museo Nacional de Arquelogia y Ethnologia; Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes; Guatemala; Guatemala City; Polichrome Vase; Ancient Cultures; Maya; Mayan

Lord of the jaguar pelt throne vase, CE Maya. Pictured is a scene of the Maya royal court. Vase in the NGV collection. Indian Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Maya Civilization, Vases, Inka, Mesoamerican, Mexican Art, Objet D'art, Ancient Civilizations

Plants of the Ancient Maya

In 2001, a graduate student named Charles Zidar heard a lecture on the polychrome ceramics of the Classic Maya. The lecturer mentioned, in passing, that the

Seated Scribe with blue headdress, bracelets, loincloth with Lily, painted cup Mayan. African American History, Native American Art, American Indians, Machu Picchu, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal People, Ancient World History, Maya Civilization, Mayan Cities

Seated Scribe with Lily Maya Culture (8th c.)

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 Dates to between circa 600 and circa made of polychrome earthenware. Photo courtesy taken by Marie-Lan Nguyen. From the Collection of Henry Law, via Wiki Commons. Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Maya Art, Mayan Glyphs, Colombian Art, Maya Civilization, Native American Pottery, Mesoamerican

Jim Luce on Connecting Goodness

Thought Leaders & Global Citizens (Connecting Goodness) www.lucefoundation.org www.stewardshipreport.com www.oiww.org

  Altar, Mayan History, Vases, Maya Civilization, Mayan Cities, Aztec Art, Mexica, Mesoamerican, Inca

Maya vase, Altar de Sacrificios, Guatemala

Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography, Guatemala City. This vase shows demons of the night - wahy or wahyis - that Classic Maya lords could send upon each other to cause illness, suffering, and death. The text along the rim mentions that the vase is a drinking cup for chocolate that belongs to the Ik'a' lord (Ik'a' is known now as the archaeological site of Motul de San Jose) Yajawte' K'ihnich (mentioned here under his Chak El title). The vase probably ended up in Altar in Sacrificios as a…