The major archaeological cultural phases in Pre-Columbian Mexico include Olmec, Monte Alto, Monte Albán, Maya, Teotihuacan, Michoacan, Zapotec, Jalisco, Nayarit, Colima, Mezcala, Chupicuaro, Veracruz, Tarascan, Mixtec, Tula, Toltec, Casas Grande, and Aztec.
The Maya civilization area is divided into three zones: northern lowlands, southern lowlands, and highlands, encompassing present-day countries such as southern Mexico, the Yucatan Peninsula, Belize, Guatemala, western Honduras, and northern El Salvador.
This sophisticated druzy quartz stone skull maskette exemplifies intricate Aztec artistry. This macabre-looking skull is adorned with a stylized coiffure...More Info / Inquire
A fine Mayan stone dagger. Bi-facially knapped with a thin handle and ridged sharp blades. Marbleized Gray-blue chert. The dagger is very symmetric...More Info / Inquire
The pre-Columbian stone skull is a rare and highly significant artifact from the Maya culture of Mesoamerica. The Maya civilization was renowned for its art...More Info / Inquire
An attractive, solid, molded sitting figure. Traditional triangular face with horizontal eye slits, with formed nose and mouth. Wears large wide band headdress.More Info / Inquire
This is a superb globular effigy vessel from the Michoacan culture in Mexico. Ca. 100 B.C. - 250 A.D. Stands over 10" in height. Cream paint over a highly...More Info / Inquire
This sculpture is a sizable seated ancestral Mixtec figure. The sandstone is grey-pink. He is in a squatting position with his hands propped to his knees...More Info / Inquire
White-cream hollowed figurine belongs to a specific subset of artifacts and stands as a prime representation of the Olmec class of human “baby-faces” figures...More Info / Inquire
Explore this mask's remarkable attention to detail, highlighting expressive lips, a cleft palette in the jaguar mouth, and a full nose with pierced nostrils...More Info / Inquire
Stunning Mezcala anthropomorphic Axe God figure, Type M-8, carved out of gray Metadiorite stone. Its incised features and details are highlighted by grooving...More Info / Inquire
Mezcala Guerrero Stone Hunchback/Warrior Figurine Pendant. Carved in high relief. Linear incising for all features. Hands come up to upper chest from sides...More Info / Inquire
This remarkable Casa Grande vessel is a Ramos Polychrome jar from Chihuahua, Mexico, dating back to the Paquimé phase (1205-1261 AD) within the Medio period.More Info / Inquire
An aesthetically appealing Remojadas "Sonriente" torso. Their joyous-looking facial expressions are not clear to scholars. Some speculate their grin may...More Info / Inquire