213: A Mayan Polychrome Cylinder – Kerr Rollout 8277
Pre-Columbian, Mayan Territories, Mexico, ca. 600-900 AD, Nebaj site. Polychrome pottery cylinder with a Palace scene with offering presented to ruler. The offering may be in a basket or a ceramic painted to look like basketry. Iconographic elements include curtains, in palace scenes, inscriptions/other text, ruler, king, cacique, governor, potentate, offering to human or gods, throne. Height: 19.7cm, Diameter 16.7cm.
Provenance: Ex-The Lands Beyond Gallery, New York. NY.
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Restored from numerous pieces by Barbara Kerr, with interior unrestored.