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This Egyptian relief from the tomb of Mentuemhat retains much of its original color; purchased from a private collection in france the piece was displayed at the Brussels Ancient Art Fair from June 4-8, 2014.
An all-around, 360° view of an ancient Mayan war vase, almost 3000 years old.
TEFAF MAASTRICHT 2019 – Meet the Expert – The Merrin Gallery
The Olmecs were the earliest known major civilization in Mesoamerica. They lived in the tropical lowlands of south-central Mexico.
This rare stone figure is one of the finest carvings of the dwarf type, a well-documented figural form within the Olmec corpus. The carved emblems of the harpy eagle helmet and maize symbols including the bag on his back, mark the dwarf as a semi-divine carrier of the Olmec’s most sacred crop – maize. Maize was the foundation of Olmec ideology and the basis for the creation of deities associated with water and agriculture.