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'Western Mexico Pre-Hispanic Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

'Western Mexico Pre-Hispanic Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

With eyes wide open, an aged man gazes into the past and lifts his voice in a song of the ancestors. Rita Sandoval takes her inspiration from Western Mexico archaeology to craft a terracotta ocarina. These whistle-like flutes are thought to have been... ... more

'Western Mexico Pre-Hispanic Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

With eyes wide open, an aged man gazes into the past and lifts his voice in a song of the ancestors. Rita Sandoval takes her inspiration from Western Mexico archaeology to craft a terracotta ocarina. These whistle-like flutes are thought to have been...

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'Pre-Hispanic Mictlantecuhtli Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

'Pre-Hispanic Mictlantecuhtli Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

Mictlantecuhtli is seen as the skull of a very old man. Represented as a skeleton, the Lord of the Dead is revered throughout most of Mexico's pre-Hispanic cultures as one of the most powerful deities. He was considered the king of the underworld realm... ... more

'Pre-Hispanic Mictlantecuhtli Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

Mictlantecuhtli is seen as the skull of a very old man. Represented as a skeleton, the Lord of the Dead is revered throughout most of Mexico's pre-Hispanic cultures as one of the most powerful deities. He was considered the king of the underworld realm...

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God of the Wind,'Pre-Hispanic Ehecatl Wind God Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

God of the Wind,'Pre-Hispanic Ehecatl Wind God Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

Sometimes depicted as a bird, Ehecatl takes his name from the Aztec word for "wind." But he was revered and honored in many Mesoamerican cultures and sometimes associated with Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent. Rita Sandoval takes her inspiration... ... more

God of the Wind,'Pre-Hispanic Ehecatl Wind God Ceramic Ocarina Flute'

Sometimes depicted as a bird, Ehecatl takes his name from the Aztec word for "wind." But he was revered and honored in many Mesoamerican cultures and sometimes associated with Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent. Rita Sandoval takes her inspiration...

Novica

$49.49

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