Protoclassic. A seated clay Shaman with the arms to the knees, oval face, small smile, raised almond shaped eyes, rectangular ears, pointed close fitting cap, broken at the neck and re-attached. Overall in red/brown and beige.
100 BC - 250 AD
12 1/2” x 7”
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