Terracotta figurine head with a three-tiered headdress. The headdress has a sharp 'U'-shaped indentation in the top layer and the bottom one is decorated with a band of vertically arranged oval-sectioned pieces. There is no left ear and the right one bears a plug. The face is covered in a sienna-coloured pigment and it appears heavily cracked down the left cheek. Nose and mouth are damaged.
- Excavated/Findspot: Mexico
- (Americas,North America,Mexico)
- Height: 4 centimetres
Terracotta figurine head having a three-tiered headdress with a sharp 'u'-shaped indentation in the top and the bottom layer decorated with a band of vertically arranged oval-sectioned pieces. there is no left ear, and a plug in the right. The face is sienna coloured with pigment and heavily cracked down the left cheek. Nose and mouth are damaged.
Teotihuacán IV (Metepec).
Register 1968: "Nose and mouth are damaged".
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: ESA23967
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