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AN04a2_Ch.16: The Maya

AN04a2_Ch.16: Peoples and Empires in the Americas: Maya Kings and Cities 1,036 more words

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AN04a_Native American Civilizations

AN04a_Native American Civilizations

FS: The Americas Nurture Great Civilizations- An Overview.
Timeline: 10th C. BCE – 15th C. CE

Main Idea: Often, secondary school history courses and textbooks in the United States reflect a world view similar in values to that of Europe. 431 more words

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Fig Stakes: Shoreline Restoration for a Costa más Rica

Andres Santana is the graduate program coordinator at the Organization for Tropical Studies. During a recent fieldtrip in southern Costa Rica, he and CCSD restoration ecologist…

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Tropical Ecological Restoration

Painting the Visual Vocabulary of Mesoamerican Archaeology

Adela Breton was apparently “a nuisance” to the men who couldn’t quite figure out what to do with a 50-year-old single woman in Mexico in 1900. 545 more words

Archaeology

Pottery and Packing

Friday we had our last excursion here in Oaxaca. We went to Coyotepec to watch the creationg and demonstration of barro negro. Pottery that is indigenous to Oaxaca and that is Pre-Hispanic.  963 more words

Experiences

Quick Update!

We have our last excursion this semester tomorrow; we’re visiting another artisan city called Ocotlan. I’m pretty sure we’re going to see some potters create barro negro (black pottery- which is indigenous to Oaxaca and is absolutely gorgeous) and then visit the markets. 923 more words

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