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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 32

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




The Painted Mural in Las Higueras

















This card talks about the representation of "captive Negros" depicted in this part of the mural.






















This stela of a outfitted to be a ball player is from the Papantla & Tajín region. He is wearing kneepads, a belt, a glove on the right hand, and an bird headdress.


















This sculpture of a bound and yoked slave is from El Zapotal, Veracruz,






The figure on the right is Cihuateotl




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