visual and symbolic power of the works of the indigenous peoples of the Americas

Meso America--Olmec, Teotihuacan, Mayan, Aztec; Central America--Diquis; South America--Nazca, Moche, Inca; Southwest--Mimbres, Ancestra Pueblans, Navajo; Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains--Sioux; Northwest Coast--Kwakwaka'wakw, Tlingit

Meso American Art-- Olmec
Meso American Art--Olmec
Meso American Art--Teotihuacan
Meso American Art--Teotihuacan
Meso American Art--Mayan
Meso American Art--Mayan
Meso American Art--Aztec
Meso American Art--Aztec
Central American Art--Diquis
Central American Art--Diquis
South American (Central Andes)--Nazca
South American (Central Andes)--Nazca
South American (Central Andes)--Moche
South American (Central Andes)--Moche
South American (Central Andes)--Incan
South America (Central Andes)--Incan
Southwestern North America--Mimbres
Southwestern North America--Mimbres
Southwestern North America--Ancestra Pueblan (formerly Anasazi)
Southwestern North America--Navajo
Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains--Sioux
Eastern Woodlands and Great Plains--Sioux
North West Coast of North America (Central Canadian Coast)--Kwakwaka'wakw-Hamatsa Mask
North West Coast of North America (Southern Alaska)-- Tlingit
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