- This is a reproduction of a late Maya sculpture that was discovered by French adventurer Le Plongeon in the 19th century at an archeological dig in Chichen Itza. The figure, lying in a contorted position with a vessel on his abdomen, has always been somewhat enigmatic - but it is believed that he may represent a sacrificial victim, a priest, a man-god, a divine messenger or a particular deity.
- Dimensions: 1 inch x 2.2 inches x .75 inch (2.5 cm x 5.5 cm x 2 cm)
- Item #: 005REP1055
Original object from the collection of the I.N.A.H.
Source: Chichen Itza, Yucatan
Period: Early Post-Classical (900-1250)