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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
Man and woman, seated pair:  man
Mexican
1200 BC - 1500 AD
58.25.1
Man and woman, seated pair:  woman
Mexican
1200 B.C. - 1500 A.D.
58.25.2
Seated dignitary
Mexican
58.32
Dog
Mexican
14th century - 15th century
48.154.1
Dog
Mexican
14th century - 15th century
48.154.2
Palma
Mexican
48.88
Seated figure holding round object to mouth
Mexican
500 B.C. - 1 A.D.
54.23
Standing male with hands to chest
Mexican
500 B.C. - 1
54.24
Seated female figure
Mexican
81.17.1374
Seated figure
Mexican
ca. 600 - 800
81.17.1376
Frog
Mexican
81.17.1379
Warrior figure with mask and shield
Mexican
ca. 600 - 900
81.108
Figure of a man dancing
Mexican
ca. 400 - 650
65.25
Palma
Mexican
53.111
Seated figure with conch shell
Mexican
ca. 300 B.C. - A.D. 400
64.103
Embracing couple
Jalisco
ca. 200 B.C. - 400
85.351
Warrior
Mexican
perhaps ca. 1200
55.202
Standing figure of a Maya woman
Mexican
ca. 600-900
48.160
Pre-classic votive figure
Mexican
500-100 B.C.
67.55
Dance group
Mexican
ca. 300 B.C. - A.D. 200
82.167
Seated couple
Nayarit
200 B.C. - 300 A.D.
76.300
Dance group with seven males
Mexican
ca. 200
50.28
Mexican
7th-8th century
58.31
Mexican
ca. 200 B.C.-200 A.D.
70.6
Mexican
200-400
64.20
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