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English: 'Smiling face' sculpture — 1st-5th century CE - Remojadas culture.
  • National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.
  • Despite the title name, this is not Olmec, but rather Remojadas art.
Deutsch: National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. Lächelndes Gesicht ( 1.-5. Jhdt. n.Chr. Nicht Olmeken!! Remojadas)
Date 08.04.2008
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Author Wolfgang Sauber


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