Aztec, Eastern Nahua, Polychrome Goblet, ca. A.D. 1300-1521 Earthenware with polychrome paint height 7in (17.1cm) Finely executed complex design with smoke or mist scrolls surrounding the base surmounted by a black and orange greca frieze. The cup itself features black, white and red banded textiles surmounted by alternating bands of cut shell ornaments with maize ears alternating around the rim.
Aztec, Eastern Nahua, Pedestal Cup, ca. A.D. 1470-1521
SERPENT À DEUX TÊTES - Culture Michoacan, Mexique, Période Protoclassique - 100 [...], Arts d’Orient & Art Précolombien provenant de la Collection G. Wenziner at Artcurial
Moche bird faced healer or shaman
In Aztec mythology, Ītzpāpālōtl [iːt͡spaːˈpaːlot͡ɬ] ("Obsidian Butterfly") was a fearsome skeletal warrior goddess who ruled over the paradise world of Tamoanchan, the paradise of victims of infant mortality and the place identified as where humans were created
Moche, Peru: Ceramics
PALMA Culture Veracruz, Mexique, 450-650 après J.C.
Ancestro. Cultura Valdivia Museo Casa del Alabado - Quito, Ecuador
Quetzalcoatl (Plumed Serpent or God of Creation), Aztec Sculpture, Mexico, 1400-1521. The god's head emerges from the mouth of the serpent; his earrings with a hook show that he is the god of the winds. Paris, musée du quai Branly.
MOCHE culture North coast Stirrup vessel with a geometric design, ca. 600 AD ceramic