From: Mexico (Central America) | Jalisco

Curatorial Section: American

Object Number 66-30-21
Current Location Collections Storage
Provenience Mexico (Central America) | Jalisco
Culture Area Central American
Period Early Classical
Date Made 200-400 CE
Section American
Materials Ceramic
Iconography Woman

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.

Height 15.7 Measurement Unit Not Provided
Width 10.3 Measurement Unit Not Provided
Outside Diameter 6.4 Measurement Unit Not Provided
Credit Line Purchased from Carlo Gay, Teochita, Inc., 1966
Other Number TECO 159A - Dealer's Number

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