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Jaguar shaped receptacle for hearts of sacrifice victims, Aztec, Mexico, Templo Mayor.

Jaguar shaped receptacle for hearts of sacrifice victims, Aztec, Mexico, Templo Mayor.

Tlatilco life-death mask* azteque

Tlatilco life-death mask* azteque

This mask represents the Jaguar God, who first appeared in the Olmec culture as a were-jaguar. Flared nostrils, scrolled eyebrows, and pointed teeth are typical features of this deity. He is also the God of Rain and Lightning who lives in the Underworld. Maya kings and nobles wore jaguar skins and headdresses as a symbol of their elevated status.

This mask represents the Jaguar God, who first appeared in the Olmec culture as a were-jaguar. Flared nostrils, scrolled eyebrows, and pointed teeth are typical features of this deity. He is also the God of Rain and Lightning who lives in the Underworld. Maya kings and nobles wore jaguar skins and headdresses as a symbol of their elevated status.

Irving Penn - Paris Photo Grand Palais

Irving Penn - Paris Photo Grand Palais

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black pigmentation dark pigmentation melanin melanism melanistic animal

Kiiappak Inuit Mask from Greenland, 20th Century

Kiiappak Inuit Mask from Greenland, 20th Century

homoarchaeologicus:  Zapotec jade and shells mask, ca. 200 BC - 100 AD, Monte Alban, Mexico.  Photography © Jorge Pérez de Lara.

homoarchaeologicus: Zapotec jade and shells mask, ca. 200 BC - 100 AD, Monte Alban, Mexico. Photography © Jorge Pérez de Lara.

Pierre tricéphale de la maison forte de Valliège au hameau de Chez Busset (proche d'Evian)

Pierre tricéphale de la maison forte de Valliège au hameau de Chez Busset (proche d'Evian)

Avian Figure - Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 3500 - 2000 BC Sandstone - William Siegal Gallery

Avian Figure - Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 3500 - 2000 BC Sandstone - William Siegal Gallery

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