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OAXACAS CULTURE 1500 BC - 1521 AC JACQUELINE REYES GISELA ÁNGELES VANESSA LÓPEZ MARISOL MADRID CÉSAR ORTIZ

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SACRIFICES TOMBSTONES STONES CARVINGS DISABLED OR DIFFERENT PEOPLE CALLED "DANCERS" WAR CAPTIVES

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WATERBOX THE BOX WAS RECOVERED AS PART OF A FUNERAL OFFERING COLOR BLUE WATER

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COMPANIONS URN

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JADES MASK 25 PIECES OF JADE SHELL

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OLMECAS JAGUAR THE JAGUAR IS AN ANIMAL WITH A PROMINENT ASSOCIATION AND APPEARANCE IN THE CULTURES AND BELIEF SYSTEMS OF PRE-COLUMBIAN MESOAMERICAN SOCIETIES. QUICKAND POWERFUL ENOUGH TO TAKE DOWN THE LARGEST PREY IN THE JUNGLE THE JAGUAR IS THE LARGEST OF THE BIG CATS IN THE AMERICAS AND ONE OF THE MOST EFFICIENT AND AGGRESSIVE PREDATORS. THE WERE-JAGUAR WAS BOTH AN OLMECA SUPERNATURAL ENTITY AND A GOD OF RAINY.

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