Head with an anthropomorphous face (Tiny face) modeled and punched. Curiously the face shows a gesture of admiration or surprise because it has its mouth wide open showing the upper file of teeth and it can be distinguished a slight smile. Their ayes are punched (the right one has a double hole) and the nose has a nasal septum with the nostrils well defined. It shows a tiny protuberance at the top of the head.
*Dated in the file of the Registry of Cultural Goods between the 400 a.C to the 250 d.C.
Period: PRECLASSIC (2500 BC-150/200 AD) Late Preclassic (400 BC-150/200 AD). Provenance: Pacific Coast of Guatemala Medium / Material: Clay Technique: Incised, Modeled, Punctate, Worked Location: Bodega Dimensions: