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Children of Xmaben, Mexico, Photo: I. de Castro

Children of Xmaben, Mexico, Photo: I.

Two Tlingit girls, 1903

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Pre-Columbian, West Mexico, Colima, ca. 200 BCE to 200 CE. A rather large Colima redware early (Tico) type of flat figure, sometimes called a 'gingerbread' figure for obvious reasons, abstract in form with a characteristic elongated pointy head, minimized facial features, and large nose, hands held to sides. This example has pierced ears which originally held feathers or other perishables, now lost to time. Nicely adorned with appliqued headdress, multistrand pectoral with 'feath...

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Full Image and Description

Chased by a Muskox (c.1998) by Victoria Mamnguqsualuk, Inuit artist (F61002)

Chased by a Muskox by Victoria Mamnguqsualuk, Inuit artist

MAYAN PORTRAIT HEAD: stucco, Walters Art Museum. The Maya would bind the newborn infant’s head between two boards for several days.  It was common for a child to die from this process, but as the sloped head was considered extremely attractive, the parents ignored the risk and deformation continued.

MAYAN PORTRAIT HEAD: stucco, Walters Art Museum. The Maya would bind the newborn infant’s head between two boards for several days. It was common for a child to die from this process, but as the sloped head was considered extremely attractive, the parents ignored the risk and deformation continued.

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File:Perù, ceramica recuay, felino che assale un guerriero, 100 dc.

Michael D. Coe reveals the fascinating story of how we learned to read Mayan in "Breaking the Maya Code".

Maya civilization and culture from ancient times to the present day

Coe reveals the fascinating story of how we learned to read Mayan in "Breaking the Maya Code".

Breaking the Maya Code #4: The Maya Calendar - YouTube

Breaking the Maya Code The Maya Calendar. Nova program based on Michael Coe's book.

CRACKING THE MAYA CODE The Forgotten Maya Temples, in 1774, Spanish explorer Jose Calderon rediscovers the temples of Palenque and the ancient hieroglyphs of the Maya, a people whose culture was decimated by the Spanish conquistadors.   Cultural Revelations: an image of the ancient Maya comes to life, and their descendants in modern-day Mexico and Central America begin to relearn their lost language and history. [56:35 mins.]

The Forgotten Maya Temples. In Spanish explorer Jose Calderon rediscovers the temples of Palenqu

Cracking the Maya Code: The story behind the centuries-long decipherment of ancient Maya hieroglyphs.

Cracking the Maya Code: The story behind the centuries-long decipherment of ancient Maya hieroglyphs.

Breaking the Maya Code #1: Introduction to a feature documentary on the history of the Maya decipherment. This is one of 8 scenes available on YouTube from the 2-hour documentary film Breaking the Maya Code, the winner of 5 Best Picture awards at International film festivals.

Join Matt Looper and Yuriy Polyukhovych for an informal study group on Maya hieroglyphic writing starting with inscriptions on ceramics.

9780500050613: Breaking the Maya Code 1992

Breaking the Maya Code 1992

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