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1968 - Mexican Pulque in cous for the first time Credit: Robert Trostle (Credit Image: © Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS.com)
Mexico - Harvesting PULQUE from agave or maguey plants, producing a popular fermented beverage
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Broadsheet relating to carnival and the sale of high quality Pulque, 1903., 1903. Creator: José Guadalupe Posada
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Agave cactus brought by the Spanish from the Americas, grows in Sicily
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pulque, 3D rendering, rough street sign collection
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Terracotta jar with fresh and delicious pulque. Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mexico
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Agave
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Broadsheet relating to carnival and the sale of high quality Pulque, José Guadalupe Posada (Mexican, 1851–1913), 1903
Extraction of pulque (sap of the agave) with a long gourd, Mexico 19th century. Incision  Mexico City, Biblioteca Nacional De Antropología E Historia (Library)
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Agave cactus grows by a Spanish fortress in Sicily
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An escort of cavalrymen stop at a pulque shop, on the road between San Martin and Puebla. Various soldiers rest on their horses or stand by them
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Apr. 24, 1956 - This Agave Dies When It Reaches Its Prime. The Strange 'Pita' Plant In Buenos Aires: One of the strangest plants in the horticultural world is...
Agave Americana
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Leaves of agave with shallow depth of field - abstract macro
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Pulque Maker. Date: 100 B.C.-A.D. 300; Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica, Jalisco; Culture: Jalisco; Medium: Ceramic; Dimensions: H. 21 3/4 x W
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God of pulque, artifact originating from da Castillo de Teayo (Mexico). Pre-Colombian Huasteca Civilization, 10th Century
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The more sophisticated Aztec pottery was reserved for noblemen and priests
Santiago Matatlán, Oaxaca, Mexico - A woman who sells pulque that her family produces pours a sample for visitors to taste
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Pulque Maker, 100 B.C.–A.D. 300, Mexico, Mesoamerica, Jalisco, Jalisco, Ceramic, H. 21 3/4 x W. 14 5/8 in. (55.2 x 37.1 cm), Ceramics-Sculpture
Agave, Giant agave, Agave salmiana, Close view of grafitti scratched into the fleshy leaf
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