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Richard Diehl
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Oral History Interview with Richard Diehl, undertaken by Lorena Lama at the Dumbarton Oaks Guest House (Fellows Building) on June 10, 2011. At Dumbarton Oaks, Richard Diehl was a Pre-Columbian Studies Summer Fellow (1984) and Acting Director of Pre-Columbian Studies (1993–1994).
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Susan Toby Evans
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Susan Toby Evans declined an oral history interview but agreed to prepare answers to a scripted questionnaire. The following are her reminiscences which she began on February 26, 2012, based on the questionnaire. At Dumbarton Oaks, Susan Toby Evans was a Fellow (1995–1996) and a Summer Fellow (1997–1998) of Pre-Columbian Studies. She was the editor and an author of the Dumbarton Oaks publication, Ancient Mexican Art at Dumbarton Oaks (2010) and the co-editor (with Joanne Pillsbury) of the Pre-Columbian Studies symposium volume, Palaces of the Ancient New World (2004).
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The Aztec Templo Mayor
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Aztec Imperial Strategies
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The Ancient Future: Mesoamerican and Andean Timekeeping
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The Aztec, Maya, and Inca civilizations used complex and multiple timekeeping systems for purposes of agriculture, worship, and political authority. Because little of the material record of the pre-Conquest peoples of the Americas survived, scholars through the ages have had limited primary sources to study to reach a comprehensive understanding of timekeeping in the Americas.
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