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Maya 2012 - Lords of Time Exhibit at Penn Museum

Maya 2012 - Lords of Time Exhibit at Penn Museum

Justin Kerr image: Image:  6579  File date:  2002-12-16  Caption:  Jaina Figure  Description:  Maya. clay, mold made Jaina. Lord standing on platform accompanied by dwarfs and surmounted by a jaguar. A similar motif is seen from Temple of Tikal, lintel 3

Justin Kerr image: Image: 6579 File date: Caption: Jaina Figure Description: Maya. clay, mold made Jaina. Lord standing on platform accompanied by dwarfs and surmounted by a jaguar. A similar motif is seen from Temple of Tikal, lintel 3

New Mayan calendar artifacts discovered #2012

New Mayan calendar artifacts discovered

so I feel abetter about the world ending. Maya exhibition at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia seeks to dispel 2012 myths

Chacmool Statue atop the Temple of Warriors, Chichen Itza, Mexico (Late Classic-Early Postclassic) Maya - Chacmool is the term used to refer to these particular reclining pre-Columbian Mesoamerican sculptures, which are often associated with thrones or sacrificial stones. This Chacmool leans toward the entrance of the pyramid’s temple at the summit of the stairway. photo by Bjørn Christian Tørrissen

ancientart: “ Chacmool statue on the top of the Temple of Warriors in the Chichen Itza complex, Mexico. Mayan, dates to the Late Classic-Early Postclassic. Chacmool is the term used to refer to these.

Presentation of Captives to a Maya Ruler; c. A.D. 785; Mexico, Usumacinta River Valley, Maya culture, Late Classic period (A.D. 600–900); Li...

Presentation of Captives to a Maya Ruler; Mexico, Usumacinta River Valley, Maya culture, Late Classic period (A.

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Maya Site of Copan HONDURAS. Discovered in 1570 by Diego García de Palacio, the ruins of Copán, one of the most important sites of the Mayan civilization, were not excavated until the 19th century. The ruined citadel and imposing public squares reveal the three main stages of development before the city was abandoned in the early 10th century.  Heritage since 1980

Copan, Honduras, a Mayan city that impresses with detailed sculpture. I spent a summer excavating here that I will always cherish.

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