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Calakmul, Jungle Ruins (Mexico) 'The ‘Kingdom of the Serpent’s Head’ was one of the most powerful Maya cities that ever existed. What has survived the ravages of time here is very impressive – some of the Maya’s largest and tallest pyramids, with awesome views of expansive surrounding jungle alive with birds, monkeys and jaguars. And relatively recent excavations at Calakmul have unearthed well-preserved murals and a stucco frieze.'…

Calakmul, Jungle Ruins (Mexico) 'The ‘Kingdom of the Serpent’s Head’ was one of the most powerful Maya cities that ever existed. What has survived the ravages of time here is very impressive – some of the Maya’s largest and tallest pyramids, with awesome views of expansive surrounding jungle alive with birds, monkeys and jaguars. And relatively recent excavations at Calakmul have unearthed well-preserved murals and a stucco frieze.'…

Portrait Vessel of a Ruler Moche Peru 100 BCE-500 CE Ceramic (2) Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Some rights reserved

Portrait Vessel of a Ruler Moche Peru 100 BCE-500 CE Ceramic (2) Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Some rights reserved

Maya Couple Zinacantan    The Maya woman in this print by Teresa Castello Yturbide is wearing clothing quite similar to the doll shown in the previous posting. From El Traje Indigena en Mexico (1968)

Maya Couple Zinacantan The Maya woman in this print by Teresa Castello Yturbide is wearing clothing quite similar to the doll shown in the previous posting. From El Traje Indigena en Mexico (1968)

Seated Figure from Veracruz, Mexico 800-1200 AD - Ceramic

Seated Figure from Veracruz, Mexico 800-1200 AD - Ceramic

The Palace Observation Tower | Palenque, México

The Palace Observation Tower | Palenque, México

Deity Figure, 3rd–6th century Honduras; Maya Jade (jadeite), cinnabar

Deity Figure, 3rd–6th century Honduras; Maya Jade (jadeite), cinnabar

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