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Mayans - The First American Indians. The Mayans never learned to use animals as beasts of burden and hauled vast quarried building stone through the jungles themselves.

Mayans - The First American Indians by Peter Jackson at The Illustration Art Gallery Originally published in Treasure December

Tlazolteotl c1300-1521, aplite. Aztec Goddess`of`the`earth`and` life. Women in childbirth were considered warriors and if perished they died as such

Quite a contrast from how European-religious leaders treated child birth! South American deity of labor, child birth, & the 'female' warrior. Labor & delivery was so respected as to be revered as the battle between good & evil.

7'5" tall head, San Lorenzo, Olmec Culture, Mexico, 1200-900 BC.

7'5" tall head, San Lorenzo, Olmec Culture, Mexico, 1200-900 BC.

Man standing next to Stela K ; near the eastern border of the Great Plaza. Quiriguá, Guatemala. Quiriguá is an ancient Maya archaeological site along the lower Montagua river in south-eastern Guatemala. Photographed by Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay in 1894. -British Museum-

Quiriguá is an ancient Maya archaeological site along the lower Montagua river in south-eastern Guatemala.