DescriptionMezcala Stone Seated Man Effigy
C. 400 BC
The stone carving is shaped to taper to the front, the legs with a deep groove to separate them, the head upturned with drilled eyes and notched mouth, a recess for the neck, and groove diagonally cut from the rear base rising up and ending on the opposite rear base, this line designating the arms. The figure is drilled for suspension on the bottom backside and has some ancient damage to the left rear.
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