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Polychrome vessels

Maya polychrome tripod plate, Guatemala, 550-900 AD, 7.7 x 34 cm.

Maya polychrome tripod plate, Guatemala, 550-900 AD, 7.7 x 34 cm.

© MCD-MUNAE
Maya polychrome vessel, Guatemala, 550-900 AD, 14 x 10 cm.

Maya polychrome vessel, Guatemala, 550-900 AD, 14 x 10 cm.

© MCD-MUNAE
Nicoya polychrome vessel, El Salvador, 900-1524 AD, 20.9 x 12.9 cm.

Nicoya polychrome vessel, El Salvador, 900-1524 AD, 20.9 x 12.9 cm.

© MUNA
Drinking bowl, El Salvador, 250-900 AD, 7.7 x 16.6 cm.

Drinking bowl, El Salvador, 250-900 AD, 7.7 x 16.6 cm.

© MUNA
Ulua polychrome tripod vessel, Valle de Sula, Honduras, 700-900 AD, 23 x 19.8 cm.

Ulua polychrome tripod vessel, Valle de Sula, Honduras, 700-900 AD, 23 x 19.8 cm.

© IHAH
Polychrome bowl, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua, 1350-1550 AD, 15.5 x 17 cm.

Polychrome bowl, Ometepe Island, Nicaragua, 1350-1550 AD, 15.5 x 17 cm.

© Maya Bracher, MNN
Mixtec tripod vessel, Mexico, 1300-1521 AD, 16.4 x 11.2 cm.

Mixtec tripod vessel, Mexico, 1300-1521 AD, 16.4 x 11.2 cm.

© R. Velasco Alonso, INAH
Jicote polychrome vessel, Gran Nicoya, Costa Rica, 1000-1400 AD, 33.4 x 20 cm.

Jicote polychrome vessel, Gran Nicoya, Costa Rica, 1000-1400 AD, 33.4 x 20 cm.

© Dirk Bakker, DIA-FS

Notice

Material
Ceramics
Type
Utensils and vessels
Details
Earthenware vessels painted with various colours, with geometric, human, animal, plant motifs and ancient writing.
Red List
Red List of Endangered Cultural Objects of Central America and Mexico
Countries
Guatemala | El Salvador | Honduras | Nicaragua | Mexico | Costa Rica
Period
Prehispanic