Deity emerging from a jaguars's mouth To the side of the head are cobs of corn, glyphs & stylized serpents.
Deity emerging from a jaguars's mouth To the side of the head are cobs of corn, glyphs & stylized serpents. Above the head is a seated man, intertwined with serpents and possibly wearing a rain god headdress. On either side of the figure are more cobs of corn. Country of Origin: Mexico. Culture: Zapotec. Date/Period: Monte Alban phase III, 6th C. Material Size: terracotta, 20 x 21 inches. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Private Collection, New York . Location: 09.
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12 x 10 inches / 32 x 25 cm
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