12 November 2004
A GUERRERO-TEOTIHUACAN GREENSTONE HEAD
ca. A.D. 400-600
With severe expression, strong chin, slightly downturned lips and sunken eyes, long ears adorned with ornaments and closely cropped coiffure, the reverse deeply hollowed; in green-speckled stone, pierced twice at the sides of the head.
Height 7 1/2 in. (19 cm.)
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