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.
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Mezcala style masks and heads Pre-Columbian Mexico
Masque Kongo. Pays : Zaïre
Maya jade and shell mask from the great ancient city of Calakmul. In the Campeche museum Mexico.
Teotihuacan Mask. The turquoise is from the Aztec Period.
Of the many stone masks known from the ancient Americas, few are as arresting as this example made by the Olmec peoples of southern Mexico.