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Emblem and State in the Classic Maya Lowlands
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Joyce Marcus (1976)
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Classic Maya Pottery at Dumbarton Oaks
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Michael D. Coe (1975)
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The Mural Painting of Teotihuacán
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Arthur G. Miller (1973)
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Where Have We Been? Where Are We Going? (Part 1)
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Located in 75th Anniversary / Anniversary Blog
Embattled Bodies, Embattled Places
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Andrew K. Scherer and John W. Verano, editors (2014)
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Paracas Necropolis: Salvaging Contextual relationships
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Department of Textiles | Ann H. Peters, Visiting Scholar, Latin American Studies Program, Cornell University
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2005–2006
Paracas Necropolis: Salvaging Contextual relationships
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Ann H. Peters, Visiting Scholar, Latin American Studies Program, Cornell University
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2005–2006
Paracas Necropolis: Salvaging Contextual relationships
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Ann H. Peters, Visiting Scholar, Latin American Studies Program, Cornell University
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2005–2006
Paracas Necropolis: Salvaging Contextual relationships
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Department of Human Remains | Ann H. Peters, Visiting Scholar, Latin American Studies Program, Cornell University
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2005–2006
Come on In: The Dumbarton Oaks Symposium
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If the scholars here at Dumbarton Oaks are the lifeblood of the institute as we know it—the necessities, the aerators of resources, the vital signs—then the symposia are the institute’s great lungs, chambers of commerce between the internal and external, between one scholar and her peers, between Dumbarton Oaks itself and a broader community: the […]