Figural Urn | Zapotec - AD 450-650 (Late Classic, Monte Albán IIIb) - Oaxaca, Mexico -
This ancient ceramic image of Xilonen, the Aztec maize goddess is on display in theNational Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City
ancient Maya ruins of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico
Olmecoid Jade Figure - Origin: Mexico, Circa: 900 BC to 500 BC
Maya Jaina Standing Figurines
The beautifully preserved Stela H at Copan, Honduras of Rabbit 18, the best known ruler of this Maya city state. Note the remainder of the orignal red colours.
Palenque is in Chiapas, Mexico famous for the ruins of a Mayan city dating from about 600 AD to 800 AD.
Quetzalcoatl (opeřený had)
With over 6500 Maya structures Calakmul is one of the largest Mayan cities archeologists have ever found
Tikal-North Acropolis & Temples I & II: http://archsoc.westphal.drexel.edu/New/Tikal%20Birds-eye%20reconstruction%20of%20Tikals%20North%20Acropolis.jpg