Oskar Rodriguez

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Figurine of a Ballplayer ~ Maya ~ Late Classic ~ A.~ Jaina Island, State of Campeche ~ Clay with vestiges of white and blue pigments ~ cm. ~ National Museum of Anthropology, México ~ Photographed by Jorge Pérez de Lara

Bronze Ornament from a Chariot Pole 1st - 2nd century AD Roman, #medusa  This heavy metal ornament, decorated with the head of Medusa and inlays of silver and copper, probably comes from a currus triumphalis (ceremonial chariot) used in processions rather than a lightweight racing chariot.  Source: The Metropolitan Museum

Bronze Ornament from a Chariot Pole - century AD Roman This heavy metal ornament, decorated with the head of Medusa and inlays of silver and copper, probably comes from a currus triumphalis (ceremonial chariot) used in processions rather than a li

Olmec Sculpture of a Fantastic Creature, Xochipala, Mexico, Circa: 900 BC to 500 BC

Olmec Sculpture of a Fantastic Creature, Xochipala, Mexico, Circa: 900 BC to 500 BC ~ETS

Shaman’s mask Inuit, Alaska

Shaman’s mask Inuit, Alaska inches, whale bone A nicely carved traditional mask that demonstrates that wonderful style of the Inuit. It was purchased new in Alaska in the and used only for display.

Venus de Lespuge, 19,000 BCE.

Venus de Lespugue (replica) of Gravettian culture is a phase (c. ya) of the European Upper Paleolithic

statue of a young Queen Tiye (1415-1340 B.C.). Queen Tiye was a full-blooded African. Her son, Akhenaton and his wife Kiya, were the parents of King Tutankhamen, who is also known as "King Tut."

Queen Tiye, the favorite wife of Amenhotep III recently found at Luxor and thought to be the Mother of Tutankhamum

Early Cycladic culture evolved between ca 3300 – 2000 BCE (Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age).

Last week I covered Clayrew’s goddesses, but this week I wanted to share these goddesses with you. When I first saw Cycladic art at the British Museum and the Allard Pierson Museum these abst…

A CANAANITE BRONZE WARRIOR DEITY MIDDLE BRONZE AGE II, CIRCA 1700-1500 B.C. | Christie's

A CANAANITE BRONZE WARRIOR DEITY MIDDLE BRONZE AGE II, CIRCA 1700-1500 B.C. | Christie's