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Mayan Sculpture of a Seated Woman - PF.2829
Origin: Guatemala
Circa: 500 AD to 900 AD
Dimensions: 4.75" (12.1cm) high x 3.625" (9.2cm) wide
Collection: Pre-Columbian
Medium: Terracotta

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Location: United States
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With the beauty and grace of the Venus De Milo, this stunning female beauty holds her long flowing tresses in her delicate hand. She gazes up into the expanse of the great unknown and we can't help but wonder if she is thinking about love. Her expression signifies a young woman with the greater part of her life still before her. Her swelling stomach hints of fertility, perhaps of a new life to come. Perhaps she is thinking of the riches of life that she will soon share with one ready to learn all she has to teach. - (PF.2829)

 

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