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Object Number:NA5871
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Teotihuacan (Culture)
Provenience: Mexico (Central America)
Puebla (Mexican State)
Culture Area: Central American
Period: End of Teotihuacan
Section:American
Materials:Ceramic
Technique:Incised
Iconography:Human Head
Height: 15.8 cm
Outside Diameter:17 cm
Credit Line:Purchased from the Steigerwalt Collection Auction, 1917
Other Number:970 - Other Number

Description

Red ware, polished. Low ring on base, globular body, concavely flaring neck. Human head in full relief and arms and hands in low relief on shoulder, body and legs incised. Incised scrolls, sun-and-arrow symbols.

Bibliography:

[Book] Steigerwalt, Charles. 1917. Collection of North American Indian antiquities belonging to the estate of the late Charles Steigerwalt of Lancaster, PA, embracing North American Indian stone Implements, mound builders and Early Aztec Pottery, etc.. Philadelphia. Stanislaus V. Henkels. Actual CitationView Objects related to this Actual Citation

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