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Atlante. Cultura Tolteca (Tula, México) Autor: Fecha: 900-1250 Museo: Museo Nacional de Antropología de México Características: 4,60 m altura Estilo: Material: Basalto

Atlante. Cultura Tolteca (Tula, México) Autor: Fecha: 900-1250 Museo: Museo Nacional de Antropología de México Características: 4,60 m altura Estilo: Material: Basalto

Gigantes de Tula

One of the Atlantean figures of a Toltec warrior at Tula archeological site, Hidalgo, Mexico by Your Funny Uncle

Toltec Warrior Columns  Ancient City Of #Tula #Hidalgo, #Mexico Maravillas Del Mundo

Toltec Warrior Columns Ancient City Of Tula Hidalgo, Mexico, Maravillas Del Mundo

Olmeca; 900 a 500 A.C.

Above is a Olmec jade figurine B.) that depicts the familiar "Olmec snarl", symbolism of the Underworld Jaguar God, or Underworld Sun God. Note that the Olmec artist encodes a pine cone, or an ear of corn into a stylized Fleur de lis symbol.

The Olmec colossal heads are at least seventeen monumental stone representations of human heads sculpted from large basalt boulders. The heads date from at least before 900 BC and are a distinctive feature of the Olmec civilization of ancient Mesoamerica.[1] All portray mature men with fleshy cheeks, flat noses, and slightly crossed eyes; their physical characteristics correspond to a type that is still common among the inhabitants of Tabasco and Veracruz.

The Olmec colossal heads are at least seventeen monumental stone representations…

5 Must-See Mayan Ruins | Travel & Escape, March 31 2013. Photo: Palenque #Mexico

The Palenque ruins in Palenque, Mexico. If you get there early enough, you have the entire place to yourself! (or if you leave late enough!

Chalchiuhtlicue, monolito antropomorfo, P. Clásico Museo Nacional de Antropología- d.c.

Chalchiuhtlicue (was an Aztec goddess of water, rivers, seas, streams, storms…

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