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Miniatures such as this one, presumably representing a temple, are very common in the Mezcala tradition. The clean lines and colonnaded "façades" are like nothing ever produced elsewhere in Mesoamerica.
Middle Pre-Classic (400-100 B.C.)
Mezcala river basin, State of Guerrero
National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico.
Photo © Jorge Pérez de Lara