South American Maya, Jaina Island, Pottery Warrior

(Mexico, 1st - 10th Century)

South American Maya, Jaina Island, Pottery Warrior
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South American Maya, Jaina Island, Pottery Warrior

Maya, Jaina Island, Mold-made standing warrior wearing avian attire, with face emerging from owl's head headdress carrying traces of orange, red and white pigment and Ring loop on back for flight-like suspension, Mexico, circa 550 - 950 C.E.

WIDTH: 4 in | HEIGHT: 6 in | DEPTH: 4 in

Origin Mexico
Category Antiquities
Circa550 CE
Style Unspecified
ConditionExcellent

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Commentary

"Jaina Island is a pre-Columbian Maya archaeological site in the present-day Mexican state of Campeche. A small limestone island on the Yucatán Peninsula's Gulf coast with only a tidal inlet separating it from the mainland, Jaina served as an elite Maya burial site, and is notable for the high number of fine ceramic figurines excavated there. The term "Jaina" translates to "Temple in the Water.""

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