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The Thread of Life
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Johannes Wilbert (1974)
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Human Decapitation in Ancient Mesoamerica
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Christopher L. Moser (1973)
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Izapan-Style Art
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Jacinto Quirarte (1973)
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A Possible Focus of Andean Artistic Influence in Mesoamerica
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Mino Badner (1972)
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An Olmec Figure at Dumbarton Oaks
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Elizabeth P. Benson (1971)
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Maria Sibylla Merian
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A contribution to the 25th anniversary of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
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From Clearing to Cataloging: The Corpus of Tunisian Mosaics
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The Botany of Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century
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An exhibit of materials from the Dumbarton Oaks Rare Book Collection to accompany the Dumbarton Oaks 2013 fall symposium.
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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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