Ancient Axe Figure Mezcala, Pre Columbian (300-100 BC)
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An abstract axe figure depicting a standing man carved from a green hard stone from the Mezcala Culture, late preclassic period (300-100 BC). The man is standing with hands hanging down to his sides, a rounded torso, and pointed short legs. These types of figures have been used as ceremonial stone axe heads as offerings to the gods.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 12 cm (4 ¾ inches).
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- 300-100 BC
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