3D Object Acrobat figurine, BCE 1150-550
About this Item
- Acrobat figurine, BCE 1150-550
- Kislak, Jay I. (Collector)
Created / Published
- BCE 1150-550
- - Artifacts
- - Sculptures
- - Xochipala, Mexico
- - Civilization: Olmec
- reddish-buff ceramic ; height: 6.5 cm width: 10 cm diameter: 7.8 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
- series: Objects, BCE 2000-CE 1700
- Accession No. 1991.033.00.0001
- Jay I. Kislak collection
- Geography And Map Division
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