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66-30-17

From: Mexico (Central America) | Michoacan | Querendaro

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number 66-30-17
Current Location Collections Storage
Provenience Mexico (Central America) | Michoacan | Querendaro
Culture Area Central American
Date Made 400 BCE
Section American
Materials Ceramic
Description

Female. Eyes formed by 2 appliqued discs with 2 indentations each. Only 3 earplugs- 1 shared by the 2 heads. 2 elaborate necklaces which fall to the waist. One head has an additional necklace with pendant. Stumps for arms. Protruding abdomen. Red bands painted on skirt traces of red elsewhere. Hair represented on back of figurine, chipped revealing black core of pottery.

Height 11.43 cm
Width 6.35 cm
Depth 1.5 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Carlo Gay, Teochita, Inc., 1966
Other Number LT164 - Other Number

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