Jade plaque, probably a pendant, carved with a cen
Jade plaque, probably a pendant, carved with a central face flanked by stylized animals and scrolls, in modern brass and wooden frame, Mayan, 7th to 9th centuries
- Ethnography and Folk Medicine
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- pendants archaeology (mayan), costume (personal accessories) and archaeology (mayan), costume (personal accessories) and pendants
- Puttick and Simpson Limited
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