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BELL, REPRESENTS MONKEY HEAD
MEXICAN & CENTRAL AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTION
 
Catalog No: 30 /11526
Locale: OAXACA, SAN PABLO HUITZO
Country: MEXICO
Period: LATE POSTCLASSIC, circa A.D. 1200 - 1520
Material: METAL (GOLD)
Dimensions: H:2.5 L:1.7 W:1.3 (in CM)
Subject: MONKEY
Acquisition Year: 1902 [GIFT]
Donor: LOUBAT, DUKE OF
Keywords: BELL
Category: SOUND DEVICES
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Exhibition History:
GOLD AMNH, NEW YORK, NY. August 2006
Exhibition Label: Gold mask bell pendant with pendant earrings depicting a monkey head. Aztec/Mixtec. Huitzo, Mexico. c. 1200–1521.
THE AZTEC EMPIRE SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM, NEW YORK, NY. October 2004 - February 2005
BODY ART: MARKS OF IDENTITY. AMNH, NEW YORK, NY. November 1999 - May 2000


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