Lintil from Monte Albán.Postclassical
Left: figure from Monte Albán
Center: human effigy urnClassic. Monte Albán, Oaxaca. Clay; height: 81.5 cm
The face is believed to be a portrait of an actual person, who is wearing a zoomorphic headdress.
Right: Urn of the goddess 13 SerpentClassic. Clay; height: 70 cm
The goddess with the calendar name, 13 Serpent, is identified by the name appearing on the quechquémitl or short pointed cape formed by the glyph for serpent and the number 13, represented by two bars (each with value of five) and three dots.
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