Mazapan ware

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A type of pottery that developed out of Coyotlatelco styles and first appeared in association with major architecture at Tula, Mexico, in the Post‐Classic Toltec Phase (9th–12th century ad). The orange‐on‐buff and red‐on‐buff ware was decorated by straight or wavy parallel lines produced by multiple brushes.

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