Silhouetted reliefs. Complete specimens of a type of sculpture represented at Kaminaljuyu by fragments only: A) Western Guatemala, B) Guatemala, locality unknown, C) Believed to have come from Santa Cruz Quiche, Guatemala.
Effigy is a relief carving of a human face on a half-round, oval piece of stone. The nose is prominent. Eyes are deep-set and round under high, arching eyebrows. The prominent lips are stylized. Ears are small and stylized. There is a large vertical groove on the back side. The effigy is made of brown sandstone. Nose, lower lip and lower portions of both ears have been restored with painted plaster. (- from Ohio Historical Society's Collection website
Decorated bone, possibly from a bear, is very pale brown and gray in color. Sculpted in low relief on the bone are a raven's head and a stylized hand or feathers. The areas in negative relief were painted yellowish red. Each end of the bone has holes drilled on either side and the bone has been hollowed out. There is some pitting and discoloration on the bird's head. -(from Ohio Historical Society website)