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  1. Shake, Rattle, and Strum

    Dec 13, 2019 - The MFAH collections include instruments that embody the intrinsic importance of music worldwide. 600–900 AD | Figure in Ceremonial Dress Effigy Rattle A mold-made Maya rattle depicts what is likely a ruler in ceremonial dress Though no written music from this culture survives, archaeologists believe rattles may have been played during funerary ceremonies and buried with the deceased for the afterlife. 600–900 AD | Flute with Woman and Shaman

  2. Happy Halloween! Spooky Art Lurks in the Galleries

    Oct 28, 2016 - Maya, Vessel with Bat Deity, 600–900 AD Location: Law Building, 2nd floor • The Vampire Bat deity, messenger for the Death Gods of the Underworld, spreads his ominous wings. 

  3. Must-See Art This Fall, Handpicked by MFAH Curatorial Staff

    Sep 20, 2016 - —Beatrice Chan, curatorial assistant, Asian art Wari, Figural Bottle with Death Mask, 650–900 AD Location: Law Building, 2nd floor My favorite fall holidays are Halloween and Día de los Muertos, when the veil between

  4. Top 12 Wintry Works of Art, Selected by MFAH Curatorial Staff

    Dec 13, 2018 - —Josine Corstens, curatorial assistant, Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation Maya, Funerary Urn with Jaguar Lid, 600–900 AD Time was cyclical to the ancient Maya.