Toltec Warrior Columns



by Luidger
published on 08 September 2013

The columns atop Pyramid B at the Toltec capital of Tollan (Tula) which once supported a roof structure. They are each composed of four column drums and represent Toltec warriors ready for battle wearing their customary headdress and butterfly pectoral. (10th-12th century CE)

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