The Eagle and Jaguar warriors were the elite warriors of the Aztec army. Eagles considered the highest of rank due to social rank and training. Jaguar Warriors were fierce fighter that used their brute force to accomplish their tasks.
Rattle depicting a goddess A. Late Classic Maya The figurine presents a high-class woman, as denoted by her fine jade jewelry and fashionable, stepped-bang hairdo. She is framed by war serpents that likely constitute a portal, possible one.
Man standing next to Stela K ; near the eastern border of the Great Plaza. Quiriguá is an ancient Maya archaeological site along the lower Montagua river in south-eastern Guatemala. Photographed by Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay in