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CÉRÉMONIAL CYLINDER VESSEL......circa 600 - 900........PHOTO BY MARIE LAN NGUYEN.......COLLECTION OF HENRY LAW.........SOURCE ANCIENTART.TUMBLR.COM.........

Dates to between circa 600 and circa made of polychrome earthenware. Photo courtesy taken by Marie-Lan Nguyen. From the Collection of Henry Law, via Wiki Commons.

Aztec God Poster

Aztec gods presented in their traditional art work (or at least an artistic interpretation based on the origin source). This shall serve as a basis to develop the boss of the game from, as well as looking into other similar cultures for inspiration.

Molded and carved vessel Central Maya Area Mexico or Guatemala 9th century CE earthenware, via Flickr.

Molded and carved vessel Central Maya Area Mexico or Guatemala century CE earthenware 69

Urn In The Form Of Cociyo, God Of Lightning And Rain  .                                    Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Albán IIIa, Zapotec culture        Early Classic period (A.D. 250–600)        c. A.D. 400–500        Ceramic

Urn in the form of cociyo, god of lightning and rain Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Albán IIIa, Zapotec culture Early Classic period ca.

Coatlicue  from Tenochtitlan, Mexico City, Aztec ca. 1487-1520. Andesite, 11' 6". Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City.

Día de Los Muertos : Day of the Dead

Aztec "Mother of Gods" was Coatlicue, also known as Teteoinan (also transcribed…

An Aztec god of the dead and ruler of Mictlan, the lowest region of the underworld.  Templo Mayor Museum, Mexico City

An Aztec god of the dead & ruler of Mictlan, the lowest region of the underworld.

Caballero Águila. Cultura Azteca (México) Autor: Fecha: 1500 h. Museo: Características: Estilo: Material: Cerámica Pintada

Statue of an eagle warrior (cuāuhtli), found during excavation of the Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan Culture Aztec (México) Fecha: ceramic

Moss Aztec Pottery | Aztecs pottery - More information

Aztec pottery head (mexica) Red,blue and yelow `pigmented pottery sculpure…

Mictlantecuhtli ( from the Nahuatl 'Lord of the underworld', derived from tecuh-tli "sir" and Mictlan "place of the Dead") is the Aztec, Zapotec and Mixtec God of the underworld and the dead of the ancient México.:

Mictlantecuhtli, "Lord of the underworld", from tecuh-tli "sir" and Mictlan "place of the Dead", is the Aztec, Zapotec and Mixtec God of the underworld and the dead of the ancient México.

Aztec Mythology- Aztec Gods and Goddesses Names - Teteoh - Aztec Gods

Head from a Figure  Date:     7th–8th century Geography:     Mexico, Mesoamerica Culture:     Maya Medium:     Ceramic MET

Head from a Figure ~ century ~ Mexico, Mesoamerica ~ Maya ~ Ceramic sculpture ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Piedra del sol

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