Pre-Columbian Mexican South Veracruz Terracotta Whistle in the form of a Coyote

A Pre-Columbian Mexican South Veracruz Terracotta Whistle in the form of a Coyote
Damage to the ears and one paw
300 – 900AD
Size: 10.5cm high, 7cm wide, 6.5cm deep – 4¼ ins high, 2¾ ins wide, 2½ ins deep
For peoples of Pre-Columbian Mexico the coyote or jackal was closely connected with sexuality. In this still playable whistle he is depicted with large ears and a long pointed snout.

Pre-Columbian Mexican South Veracruz Terracotta Whistle in the form of a Coyote

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