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Olmèques - Hache en jade dite "Kunz" à l'effigie du Were-jaguar (ou bébé-jaguar)

Olmèques - Hache en jade dite "Kunz" à l'effigie du Were-jaguar (ou bébé-jaguar)

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Olmec were the first major civilization in Mexico. 500 BCE to about 400 BCE.

Olmec were the first major civilization in Mexico. 500 BCE to about 400 BCE.

Fine art : Dark jade from Mexico. Olmec Civilization, 9th-4th Century BC.

Fine art : Dark jade from Mexico. Olmec Civilization, 9th-4th Century BC.

Olmèque - Masque de pierre.

Olmèque - Masque de pierre.

Xochipala Early Formative Period Ceramic Female Figure. Xochipala is a minor archaeological site in the Mexican state of Guerrero, whose name has become attached, somewhat erroneously, to a style of Formative Period figurines and pottery from 1500 to 200 BCE.

Xochipala Early Formative Period Ceramic Female Figure. Xochipala is a minor archaeological site in the Mexican state of Guerrero, whose name has become attached, somewhat erroneously, to a style of Formative Period figurines and pottery from 1500 to 200 BCE.

Mask, Mexico, Gulf Coast, Veracruz, Olmec, 1000-600 BC. Jadeite with traces of cinnabar. AC1992.134.2.

Mask, Mexico, Gulf Coast, Veracruz, Olmec, 1000-600 BC. Jadeite with traces of cinnabar. AC1992.134.2.

Jade figurine of a jaguar spirit, Mexico. Olmec.

Jade figurine of a jaguar spirit, Mexico. Olmec.

The 280 languages still spoken in Mexico today show that despite shared traditions and influences, many distinct civilizations arose because of geography, climate and contact with other cultures.  The earliest Mexicans might have been Stone Age hunter-gatherers from the north, descendants of a race that crossed the Bering Strait and reached North America around 12,000 B.C. Or, according to more recent theories, they might have been even earlier explorers from Asia.  Mexico's Preclassic, or…

Olmecs to Toltecs: Great ancient civilizations of Mexico

The 280 languages still spoken in Mexico today show that despite shared traditions and influences, many distinct civilizations arose because of geography, climate and contact with other cultures. The earliest Mexicans might have been Stone Age hunter-gatherers from the north, descendants of a race that crossed the Bering Strait and reached North America around 12,000 B.C. Or, according to more recent theories, they might have been even earlier explorers from Asia. Mexico's Preclassic, or…

Olmèques - Tête colossale no 1 de San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan.

Olmèques - Tête colossale no 1 de San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan.

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