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Human figurine, La Venta, Tabasco

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Record Count: (601 - 625 out of 743)

Celts

Celts

Lot of seven celts, all different stone material. Some chipped, one notched. “4-A 11,” “4-A-12,” “4-A 1,” “4-A-3,” “4-A 31,” “4-A 18,” “4-A 2.”

Celts

Celts

Two celts. “4-B 17,” “4-B 15.”

Celts

Celts

Two celts. “4-B 17,” “4-B 15.”

Figurine and Vessel Sherds

Figurine and Vessel Sherds

Lot of 12 ceramic sherds, 2 vessel, and 10 figurine fragments. Decoration includes red slip, pigments in coiled design. Field numbers “31-A,” “31-B,” “31-C,” “31-D,” “31-E,” “31.” Note found: “Catalog #31 423080 Pottery figurine fragments and sherds from disturbed surface NE of ceremonial court, where drainage ditch exposed serpentine block pavement.”

Figurine and Vessel Sherds

Figurine and Vessel Sherds

Lot of 12 ceramic sherds, 2 vessel, and 10 figurine fragments. Decoration includes red slip, pigments in coiled design. Field numbers “31-A,” “31-B,” “31-C,” “31-D,” “31-E,” “31.” Note found: “Catalog #31 423080 Pottery figurine fragments and sherds from disturbed surface NE of ceremonial court, where drainage ditch exposed serpentine block pavement.”

Figurine and Vessel Sherds

Figurine and Vessel Sherds

Lot of 12 ceramic sherds, 2 vessel, and 10 figurine fragments. Decoration includes red slip, pigments in coiled design. Field numbers “31-A,” “31-B,” “31-C,” “31-D,” “31-E,” “31.” Note found: “Catalog #31 423080 Pottery figurine fragments and sherds from disturbed surface NE of ceremonial court, where drainage ditch exposed serpentine block pavement.”

Sherd Samples

Sherd Samples

Lot of 48 coarse buff ceramic sherds. From C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Sherd Samples

Sherd Samples

Five coarse ceramic sherds. From C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Sherd Samples

Sherd Samples

Seven coarse brownware sherds: 1 rim and 6 body sherds. From C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Sherd Sample

Sherd Sample

One sherd from C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Field number “62-E”

Sherd Samples

Sherd Samples

Two rim sherds, one decorated with 3 incised parallel, horizontal lines. From C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Field number “62-F”

Sherd Sample

Sherd Sample

Single sherd sample from C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Field number “62-G”

Sherd Sample

Sherd Sample

Single sherd sample from C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Field number “62-H”

Sherd Samples

Sherd Samples

Six coarse sherd samples from C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Field number “62-I”

Sherd Samples

Sherd Samples

Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959. This lot of sherds comes from the C-1 Mound Fill from La Venta. Sherds are undecorated and coarse.

Sherd Samples

Sherd Samples

Lot of 11 coarse body sherds from C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Sherd Sample

Sherd Sample

Single sherd sample from C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Field number “62-L”

Sherd Sample

Sherd Sample

Single coarse sherd sample from C-1 Mound Fill at La Venta. Field number “62-M”

Worked Stone Fragments

Worked Stone Fragments

Three fragments of worked stone. One celt fragment. Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Chert Scraper

Chert Scraper

One chert scraper. From “Mound Fill E. of Tomb.” Field number “41”

Obsidian Flakes

Obsidian Flakes

Four obsidian flakes and blades. Field numbers “14,” “32,” and “42.” Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Serpentine Artifact

Serpentine Artifact

Serpentine object of unknown use. Shaped like a handle, perhaps part of a perforator? Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Sawn Serpentine Fragment

Sawn Serpentine Fragment

Serpentine fragment broken on both ends. Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Serpentine Tablet

Serpentine Tablet

Eroded serpentine tablet. Field number “35.” Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.

Serpentine Block

Serpentine Block

Serpentine block or tablet. Collection of archaeological material, composed of stone and pottery objects and soil samples from excavations at La Venta, Tabasco. Carried out by Robert F. Heizer, Philip Drucker and Robert Squier of National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution - University of California expedition of 1955. Received by transfer from the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1959.


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