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Ruinas Mayas de Cobá, en México. (Foto: flickr)

The beautifully preserved Stela H at Copan, Honduras of Rabbit 18, the best known ruler of this Maya city state. Note the remainder of the orignal red colours.

Horns of consecration, Minoan, Middle Bronze Age (1900 - 1600 BC)

Statue at the Mayan ruins in Copan, Honduras.

Censer Support, 8th–9th century Mexico; Maya/This hand-modeled flanged ceramic cylinder would have supported a bowl for the burning of incense for ritual purposes. A high-relief standing figure with a looped motif between his eyes, which is thought to relate to the Maya god of the sun, is depicted on the front.

Honduras - Maya Site of Copan * UNESCO World Heritage Site

Stone carvings of Chac, the Mayan god of rain; Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico.

Mayan Ruins of Tikal, Guatemala

Olmec colossal heads. The most recognized aspect of the Olmec civilization are the enormous helmeted heads. The Olmec are now recognized as the predecessors of the Maya and Aztec civilizations. What is not understood is that these ancients statues depict what can only be negroid facial types.