Thoughts on the Tulane Maya Symposium 2012


The Ninth Annual symposium at Tulane closed Sunday, Feb. 26, with Stanley Guenter’s Last Words: Hieroglyphic Inscriptions from the Terminal Classic Period. It was a weekend filled with exhilarating lectures, Maya art and chats with friends.


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Artifact at NOMA

(left) One of the beautiful Maya artifacts now on display at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The conference opens with a Keynote Address and viewing of the Precolumbian collection at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA). Learn about the museum at their website

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