ART OF THE AMERICAS-TCXG 377
Before Contact: From the Olmecs to Monte Alban

Map of Mesoamerica
Colossal Head, 1200-1000 B.C., San Lorenzo, basalt, 167 cm. high, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City
Mask, 1000-800 B.C., jade, 17 cm. high, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Monte Albán, central plaza
Temple of the Danzantes, Monte Albán, c. 300 B.C.
Danzante figure, Monte Albán, 300-200 B.C.
Mound J, Monte Albán, after 200 B.C.
Dog, ceramic, from Colima, c. 300 B.C., Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 42x20x49 cm.
Warrior and Mate, ceramic, from Jalisco, 300 B.C. - 100 A.D., Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Drummer, ceramic, from Nayarit, c. 300 B.C. - 500 A.D., Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 25x9x14 cm.
Seated Female, ceramic, from Nayarit, c. 300 B.C. - 500 A.D., Art Institute of Chicago
Stone temple model, quartz, from Mezcala, c. 300 B.C., Orlando Museum of Art, 18x14x4 cm.
Teotihuacan, looking north toward Cerro Gordo along Way of the Dead
Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacan, by 150 A.D.
Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan, by 225 A.D.
Temple of the Feathered Serpent (Quetzalcóatl), Teotihuacan, by 200 A.D.
Apartments, Teotihuacan, 200-650 A.D.
Cover for incense burner, terra cotta, Teotihuacan, 200-650 A.D., New Orleans Museum
North barrier mound, Monte Albán, c. 300-900 A.D.
Pyramid north of north complex, Monte Albán, c. 300-900 A.D.
Ballcourt, Monte Albán, c. 300-900 A.D.
Funerary Urn, Zapotec, ceramic, 200-300 A.D., 27 cm. high; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston