Project Xulo - July 2022
First semester of 2022
Dr. Raúl Valadez in his Laboratory of Palaeozoology at National Autonomous University (UNAM), Mexico.
Line of Research:
The Governor Lady of Masaya
Script: Guillermo V. Jiménez
Researchers: Myrna Báez, Guillermo V. Jiménez
Ceramic from the archaeological collection of the Museum of Jade and Pre-Columbian Culture of the National Insurance Institute. Collections of the Archaeological Heritage of Costa Rica.
Archaeological example of dental modification to an individual from the Tamtoc archaeological site, San Luis Potosí, with the intention of looking like a canid. In representations this practice is shown in characters that have been interpreted as important and knowledgeable in the pre-Hispanic societies of Mesoamerica and Greater Nicoya.
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