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Figurine

Object Number:
66-30-21
Current Location:
Mexico and Central America Gallery
Provenience:
Mexico (Central America)
Jalisco
Culture Area:
Central America
Period:
Early Classical
Date Made:
200-400 Ad
Early Date:
200
Late Date:
400
Section:
American
Materials:
Ceramic
Iconography:
Woman
Description:
White slip with red paint. Female, small box-like headdress with thin red appliqued cords across it and extending down back, and side of head. Very prominent nose. Pointed chin hald red. Coffee-bean eyes. Small discs appliqued onshoulder, 3 on one, 4 on other. Stumps for arms with protruding breasts and nipples. Pronounced stomach (pregnant?) and belly-button. Sex organs (?) indicated in red paint. 2 spirals painted in red on each leg. Figure flat in back with protruding buttocks.
Credit Line:
Purchased from Carlo Gay, Teochita, Inc.
Other Number:
TECO159A   -   Other Number

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Mayan Gallery (1954 - 2001)
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Mesoamerican Gallery (23 Mar 2001)
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