A picture is worth a thousand words, so here are some images from the Carlos Pellicer Museum, the state of Tabasco's regional anthropology museum.

  MUSEO CARLOS PELLICER

Olmeca figure maya archaeology
Olmec figure over 3000 years old. The Olmecs are the earliest civilization in pre-Hispanic Mexico who created such sophisticated art. The FLAAR Photo Archive covers all the major archaeological cultures of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, from the Olmec of 1200 BC to the Aztec of 1500 AD.

When jade is burnt it sometimes turns chalky white.

The Art & Archaeology Book Service, www.maya-art-books.org, has all kinds of books on Olmec jade, Maya jade, and other artifacts. We specialize in books which are out-of-print (which means that you cannot find them in bookstores and not even on the Internet either).



Image Menu (each of these images are links)

ANOTHER SMALL PHOTO COOL PHOTO TO CLICK ON
typical olmec face Olmec face

More FREE DOWNLOADS

Dubai_Garden_Glow_SGI_2017_FLAAR_Web_Free_Download
706082 D PES 2014 solvent eco solvent printers full exhibitor list Part I
Articles by FLAAR Reports for REVUE Magazine

If you wish to donate your library on pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and related topics, FLAAR will be glad to receive your library and find a good home for it. Contact:

ReaderService@FLAAR.org

DYE COLORANTS from MAYA PLANTS

FOODS OF THE MAYA ROOT CROPS

Q’eqchi’-Spanish-English Dictionary Segments

2012 Prophecies of the end Mayan calendar

GigaPan Epic Pro System

TECHNOLOGY, BOOK REVIEWS on Digital Imaging, especially 3D

Private Museums of Mayan Archaeology

Ixchel

Suchitepequez

Agriculture, diet, food

Maya Vase Rollouts

Minerals & Stones Pre-columbian Mesoamerica

Maya ethnohistory

Mayan languages of Guatemala

Museums of Mayan Archaeology

Carlos Pellicer, Tabasco

Lectures on Maya topics Now available

Travel / Hotels

Guatemala City

Chichicastenango

Baja Verapaz

Additional links of our FLAAR sites

Archaeology of Iran

linkedin2
twitter
twitter

Join the over 2,468
wide-format inkjet, digital imaging,
signage, and related individuals worldwide
who are linked to FLAAR Reports
via Dr Nicholas Hellmuth.

We have two sets of Tweets: digital imaging tweets
(printers, inks, media, etc)

Mayan studies tweets (archaeology, ethnobotany,
ethnozoology
of Guatemala)