Events and Announcements

2015 symposium of the Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, D.C.

The Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, D.C. is now accepting registrations for its 22nd annual symposium, “Amazonia and the Making of the Andean World.”

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June 2015 Explorer

June 2015 IMS Explorer

Volume 44, Issue 6

The June 2015 issue of the IMS Explorer is available now. Our cover story features the most recent discoveries in the tunnel excavation below the Temple of Quetzalcoatl in Teotihuacan;  Antonio Benavides C, of INAH Campeche, recently accompanied a trove of precious Maya artifacts on loan to the World Museum in Liverpool, England; Mike Reed, was recently in Guatemala City, where archaeologist Richard Hansen, Co-Director of the Mirador Basin Project, delivered a stunning collection of Maya stucco masks excavated at El Mirador, to the National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Mike has submitted personal photos of six of the masks that still show remnants of the original colors painted over the stucco. and other news.


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Masterpieces of the Peabody

Harvard University's Peabody Museum has a new online exhibition called "Masterpieces of the Peabody Museum"  Based on a former gallery exhibition, the online exhibition groups selected objects by their geographic origins. The ten artifacts in the "Masterpieces from Mesoamerica" include gold items from Panama, Maya Jade, a Maya wall panel, a vessel from the Puuc region, a carved Peccary Skull from Copan and a Holmul polychrome. Descriptions for the exhibit were written by scholars including Ian Graham, Tatiana Proskouriakoff and Gordon R. Wiley. The Mesoamerica page for the exhibition can be found here.

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thumb APMaudslay_001Pioneers in Maya Archaeology

Biographical sketches of men and women who did much of the early defining
work in Maya studies.

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