From: Mexico (Central America) | Veracruz (Mexico) | Tres Zapotes
Curatorial Section: American
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Mexico (Central America) | Veracruz (Mexico) | Tres Zapotes|
|Culture Area||Central American|
Stone Ceremonial "Hacha" - Ceremonial carved object; whitish stone (probably limestone); thin, profile human face of type known as a "hacha"; low relief carving on both faces; slightly weathered. Some black inclusions in stone. Convex nose; deeply incised eye, scroll at corner of upper lip, plain headdress, large ornament in place of ear; no suspension hole.
|Credit Line||Purchased from Charles Morley, 1954|
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