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"The Chama Vase" - Mayan Pottery Vessel. Painted Terracotta. Chama (Guatemala). Circa 8th Century. The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

“The Chama Vase” – Mayan Pottery Vessel. The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Vessel, Mythological Scene  Date: 7th–8th century Geography: Guatemala, Mesoamerica Culture: Maya Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. 5 1/2 x Diam. 4 1/2 in. (14 x 11.4 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Containers

Vessel, Mythological Scene Date: century Geography: Guatemala, Mesoamerica Culture: Maya Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Ceramics-Container

Drinking Vessel Depicting Otherworldly Toad, Jaguar, and Serpent Mexico, Southern Campeche, 650-800 | LACMA Collections

Drinking Vessel Depicting Otherworldly Toad, Jaguar, and Serpent - Mexico, Southern Campeche, - Slip-painted ceramic

New acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art:  Vessel with Battle Scene, Late Classic Period (ca. AD 600-900). This outstanding cylinder vessel belongs to a small group of ceramics painted by the same Maya master artist.

New acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art: Vessel with Battle Scene, Late Classic Period (ca. AD This outstanding cylinder vessel belongs to a small group of ceramics painted by the same Maya master artist.

Mayan War Vase – Battle Scene (Side A) by Samuel Merrin, via Flickr

This cylindrical terracotta Mayan war vase, depicting a battle scene, is one of Samuel Merrin's favorite pieces.

Mayan War Vase – Battle Scene (Side D)

Title: War Vase (Cylindrical Vase with a Battle Scene) Origin: Maya civilization, Nebaj (Guatemala) Dated: Late Classic Period, ca.

CÉRÉMONIAL CYLINDER VESSEL......circa 600 - 900........PHOTO BY MARIE LAN NGUYEN.......COLLECTION OF HENRY LAW.........SOURCE ANCIENTART.TUMBLR.COM.........

Dates to between circa 600 and circa made of polychrome earthenware. Photo courtesy taken by Marie-Lan Nguyen. From the Collection of Henry Law, via Wiki Commons.

Seated Scribe with blue headdress, bracelets, loincloth with Lily, painted cup Mayan. 8th C.

Seated Scribe with blue headdress, bracelets, loincloth with Lily, painted cup Mayan.

Pre-Columbian Mayan pottery codex-style cylinder vase (Yucatan Peninsula, ca.500–800 AD). Decorated on either side with depiction of seated dwarfs. H: 4-3/4" (12 cm). Provenance: Old private Japanese collection

Decorated on either side with depiction of seated, turbaned dwarves. H: Provenance: Old private Japanese collection.

VASE À DÉCOR GRAVÉ D’UNE DANSE MACABRE  CULTURE MAYA  GUATEMALA  CLASSIQUE, 600-900 AP. J.-C.  MAYA INCISED VASE DECORATED WITH A MACABRE DANCE, GUATEMALA

VASE À DÉCOR GRAVÉ D’UNE DANSE MACABRE CULTURE MAYA GUATEMALA CLASSIQUE, 600-900 AP. J.-C. MAYA INCISED VASE DECORATED WITH A MACABRE DANCE, GUATEMALA

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