Chac Mol. Its meaning its still unknown, but it is said that its the rain or water god
Stone with references to good luck charms. Religious things
Decapitated man from a ritual
Pots with animal form.
Polychromatic ceramic of "Chinautla"
Ball Game "stadium"
Stone disk with different symbols
Ceramic that represents the old fire God
Man head carved in stone
Xipotec. Fertility God
Aztec Calendar (a.k.a. Sun Stone)
Sun Pyramid in Teotihuacan
Detail of the "Borgia totem" that repressnts Mictlantecuhtl, God of the death.
Tlatelolco Market, similar to the othe mexicas markets (flea markets)
Illustration of Francisco Javier Tlavijero that avoids the gladiator sacrifice, an old Aztec ritual
Representation of Quetzalcoatl bleeding when he sacrificed himself
Remains of pentagonal and hexagonal columns
Empty clay figure. Height of about 35.4 cm.
Holly Altar that can be found in almost all the Olmec cities.
Colossal Head. Weights around 11 tons
Green Stone Mask.
Mask that shows the teotihuacan influence in the rest of the cultures3
Representation of a priest
Time tables of Quetzalcoatl