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In the Land of the Turtle Lords: Classic Maya Civilization and Urban Life at Piedras Negras, Guatemala
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Stephen D. Houston, Brown University, Fellow 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2007–2008
The Archaeology of Inca Origins: A Study of Second Generation State Formation of the Andes
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Gordon F. McEwan, Wagner College, Fellow 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2007–2008
The Power of Place: Landscape and Identity in Classic Maya Art, Architecture, and Inscriptions
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Alexandre Tokovinine, Harvard University, Junior Fellow 2007–2008, Spring
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2007–2008
Architecture, Landscape, and the Archaic State
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Alexei Vranich, University of Pennsylvania, Fellow 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2007–2008
Saving the Palace of Atahualpa: The Late Imperial Site of Inca-Caranqui, Imbabura Province, Northern Highland Ecuador
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Tamara L. Bray, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, and José Echeverría, FONSALCI, Ibarra, Ecuador, Project Grant 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2008–2009
Emergency Excavations at Conchapata: Huari Temple Architecture and Iconography in Ayacucho, Peru
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Anita Cook, Catholic University of America, and W. H. Isbell, State University of New York, Binghamton, Project Grant 2000–2001
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2000–2001
David Stuart
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Located in Library & Archives / / 75th Anniversary / Blog
Where Have We Been? Where Are We Going? (Part 1)
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Located in Library & Archives / / 75th Anniversary / Blog
Rethinking the Inka Empire
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A Collaborative Workshop in Santiago Looks Southward
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Blood on the Stones
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Ximena Chávez Balderas Reinterprets Sacrificial Remains at Tenochtitlan
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