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aztec The skull of the Smoking Mirror. A human skull forms the base for this mask of the god Tezcatlipoca or 'Smoking Mirror', one of the four creator gods in the Aztec pantheon. The Aztec beli Ancient Aztecs, Ancient Civilizations, Aztec Mask, Aztec Empire, Aztec Culture, Aztec Warrior, Inka, Masks Art, Mexican Art

Aztec mosaic mask of Tezcatlipoca

The skull of the Smoking Mirror. A human skull forms the base for this mask of the god Tezcatlipoca or 'Smoking Mirror', one of the four creator gods in the Aztec pantheon. The Aztec believed that the defeat of Quetzalcoatl by Tezcatlipoca marked the beginning of the current era of creation. The decoration is worked in alternate bands of bright blue turquoise and black mosaic. The eyes are made of two orbs of polished pyrite framed by rings of white conch shell. The nasal cavity is lined…

Mexican Teotihuacán culture ceramic mask depicting old deity of fire at Art Institute of Chicago. Norse Symbols, Mayan Symbols, Egyptian Symbols, Ancient Symbols, South American Art, American History, Native American, Aztec Statues, Mayan Mask

Mexican Teotihuacán culture ceramic mask depicting old deity of fire at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.

Mexican Teotihuacán culture ceramic mask depicting old deity of fire at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.

“Skull with turquoise mosaic, representing Tezcatlipoca, the Smoking Mirror. Mixtec from or Century. Collections D'objets, Aztec Art, Tattoo Project, Mesoamerican, Mexican Art, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Native American Art

Tezcatlipoca, la deidad mexica más temida y adorada • NeoMexicanismos

Tezcatlipoca, la deidad más misteriosa, era una de las más temidas del México prehispánico, y a la vez contaba con más características humanas.

Mask from an Incense Burner Portraying the Old Deity of Fire Teotihuacan Mexico CE Ceramic and Pigmment Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Some rights reserved Ancient Aztecs, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Mayan Glyphs, Aztec Mask, Machu Picchu, Inca, Art Institute Of Chicago

Mask from an Incense Burner Portraying the Old Deity of Fire Teotihuacan Mexico 450-750 CE Ceramic and Pigmment

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

The Art of Teotihuacan Ancient Aztecs, Ancient Art, Mexican Mask, Mesoamerican, Chicano Art, Masks Art, Indigenous Art, Skull And Bones, Tribal Art

Masks – the art of concealment

Tribal masks from Africa, Oceania and North America. Masks have existed as a potent symbol for mystique, communication and power

Khan Academy article on the imagery of the double serpent. Double-headed serpent, century C., turquoise mosaic, Mexica (Aztec) x cm (British Museum), © Trustees of the British Museum Moctezuma Ii, Ancient History, Art History, Art Alevel, Aztec Art, Mesoamerican, Arte Popular, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations

Serpiente de dos cabezas

La Serpiente de dos cabezas es un pectoral datado aproximadamente entre los años 1.400 d.C. y 1.521 d.C., perteneciente al arte precolombi...

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