Front section of a stone yoke. Carved with a strong male face in Teotihuacan style. Set-in eyes have arched brows extending to a heavy pug nose. Thick lips are curled down at the corners. Headdress has a crest of butterfly antennae. There are concentric Us on either side. A horizontal headdress brim steps up above the face, turns downward at corners, divides into three parallel ridges which turn inward to ear ornaments with pendants.

Fragment of a “Yoke” for the Ballgame

possibly Huastec culture, Pre-Columbian

400 - 1500