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Memory Traces
Illustrative Content
Geographic Coverage
Central America
LCC: F1434.2.R3 M46 2015 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 972.8/01 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2014044820
text (Source: rdacontent)
"Art historians and archaeologists from the US and Mexico come together to examine the nature of sacred space in Mesoamerica. Contributors explore the process of defining sacred space; how modern Western definitions differ from ancient Mesoamerica; how sacred spaces were conceived and used physically and symbolically; and what theoretical approaches are useful for art historians and archaeologists"-- Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
Introduction: Sacred spaces as subject and study in the Mesoamerican landscape / Keith M. Prufer
Passing through the center : the architectural and social contexts of Teotihuacan painting / Patricia J. Sarro and Matthew H. Robb
Where rulers are made : spaces of political legitimacy at Tula and el Tajín / Rex Koontz
Building memories at Tula : sacred landscapes and architectural veneration / Cynthia Kristan-Graham
The House of the Phalli and the constitution of sacred space through gender performances at Chichén Itzá / Laura M. Amrhein and Matthew G. Looper
Establishing and translating Maya spaces at Tonina and Ocosingo : how indigenous portraits were moved, mutilated, and made Christian in New Spain / Linnea Wren, Travis Nygard, and Kaylee Spencer
Conclusion: Space, place, ritual, and identity in ancient Mesoamerica / Nicholas P. Dunning and Eric Weaver.
Authorized Access Point
Kristan-Graham, Cynthia, Memory Traces
Authorized Access Point Variant
Amrhein, Laura Marie, 1967- Memory Traces