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My Trip to Museo de Antropologia de Xalapa (Xalapa Anthropology Museum) and the Ancient Ruins of Mexico in 2001 by Phil Konstantin - Picture Page 31

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More photos from the amazing Museo de Antropologia de Xalapa, Mexico.









According to the Museum, some boys found this green jade stone figure near Las Limas. A man is holding a God boy-jaguar in his arms. It was a sign of his legitimate right to rule.





San Lorenzo Head 7. According to the card above, it was discovered in 1969. It appears to have been intentionally mutilated.












Stele #1 from Piedra Labrada, Veracruz










Stele #6 from Tlalixcoyan, Veracruz shows a date of 467 C.E. (AD)





Stele #7 - Tlalixcoyan, Veracruz dated to the Classic Era of 600-900 CE (AD)










Stele #8 - Tlalixcoyan, Veracruz shows a date of 533 C.E. (AD)






Monument #4 - Tlalixcoyan, Veracruz dated to the Middle Classic Era of 400-600 CE (AD)























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