Mask of Tezcatlipoca, the Smoking Mirror, Mixtec/Aztec, Mexico, c1500. Formed of turquoise and lignite mosaic set over a human skull, this mask is believed to represent the god Tezcatlipoca, one of the Aztec creator gods. He was also the god of rulers, warriors and sorcerers. His name can be translated as 'Smoking Mirror'. From the British Museum, London.
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