NON-EURASIAN ICONOGRAPHY

Africa
  Divination 
  Animals
  Types of people
  Commemorative figures
  Figures commemorating twins (ibeji)
  Rulers
  Ambassadors and dignitaries
  Equestrian figures
  Standing female figures
  Standing male figures
  Seated figures
  Female figures, half-length 
  Male figures, half-length  
  Standing figures of indeterminate/indeterminable gender
  Couples
  Mother and child
  Heads  
  ‘Dolls’
  Masks
  Helmet masks and headdresses
  Dancers and acrobats
  Musical instruments
  Musicians
  Hunters
  Stools, chairs and thrones
  Fishing
  Smoking
  Jewellery
  Cutlery
  Containers
  Headrests
  Warriors and warfare
  Staffs
  Power figures  
  Reliquary figures
  Votive figures
  Miscellaneous
Oceania
  Madagascar
  Indonesia
  Melanesia
    Male figures
    Female figures
    Mother and child
    Figures of dual/indeterminate/indeterminable gender
    Male and female figures, together
    Hook figures
    Modelled skulls, etc.
    Mythical/personal narratives
    Animals, fish, birds
    Masks, helmet masks, headdresses
    Votive images
    False vaginas
    Spirit poles
    Orators’ pulpits
    Headrests
    Drums and other musical instruments
    Canoe decorations and paddles
    Splash boards
    Gope/commemorative boards
    War/dance shields
    Weapons
    Staffs/staff finials
    Thrones
    Regalia
    Tools
    Ladders
    Containers
    Combs
    Ornaments
  Micronesia
  Polynesia
  Australia
  America
    North America
    New Mexican folk art
    Mesoamerica
      Deities
        Axe deities
        Chak
        God G III
        Hero Twins
        K’awiil (God K)
        God L
        Maize God
        Moon Goddess
        Paddler Deities
        Scribe God
        Sun God
        The Vision Serpent
        Miscellaneous
      Human figures and figurines, miscellaneous
        Babies, baby-faced figures etc.
        Humans with divine attributes
        Mortuary figures
        Warriors
        Miscellaneous
      Non-human imagery
        The Ball Game
        Animals
        World Tree
        Temples
        Incense burners
    South America
  Non-Eurasian Christian art