A ceremonial whistling vessel in the form of an owl.
The plate depicting four frogs in a geometrical pattern.
A scupture of a standing male figure. Veracruz, Tenenexpan. 1200 - 700 B.C.
Obsidian pins for blood sacrifice, Mexico, Teotihuacan, 100 - 700 A.D.
A flute depicting the face of an old god. Terracotta. Mexico, Veracruz, 450 - 900 A.D.
The hacha is depicting a landing bird, Mexico, Veracruz. Basalt, 600 - 900 A.D.
A Colima and two Aztec blades for ceremonial use.
A basalt metate with a decor of a duck head. Mixtec, 950 - 1200 A.D.
A seated figure with crossed legs and flexed hands.
An Olmec figure of a non-sexual person with hands beside the head.
A tubular formed terracotta drum mounted by a feline animal. Mexico, Veracruz.
A terracotta vessel decorated with a complex decoration, 800 - 1500 A.D.
A terracotta figure of a naked seated man Mexico, Teotihuacan, 100 - 700 A.D.
A stone hacha showing a head. Mexico, Veracruz. Basalt. 600 - 900 A.D.
A seated figure wearing a loincloth. Mexico, Teotihuacan, 100 - 700 A.D.
Three stone standing figures. West Mexico, Mezcala culture, 500 - 100 B.C.
An important warrior or priest figure holding a long upraised staff.
A terracotta bowl in a cylindrical form. Olmec, Las Bocas, 1200 - 800 B.C.
A small tubular formed terracotta drum mounted by a feline animal.
A small vessel with a painted ornamental decor. Mexico, Huazteke, 1100 - 1400 A.D.
A vessel in cylindrical form, Olmec, 1200 - 500 B.C.
A cylinder vessel with an incised decor of an eye. Mexico, Olmec, Las Bocas.
A basalt metate depicting a monkey. Mixtec, post classical period 950 - 1200 A.D.