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MAYA ATLANTEAN. These anthropormophic sculptures, know as atlantean figures based in their ressemblance to those from Tula, served to support benches in temples in Chichen Itzá and its believed they represent “bacabs” or “pauahtuns” , deities who hold up the skies. They display Maya iconographic elements with stylistic influence from central Mexico, as well as variation in costume and ornamentation. Chichen Itzá (1000-1250 A.d.) Gran Museo del mundo Maya . Mérida - Yucatán.