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  • Aztec. Coatlicue.Fifteenth century. Basalt. Height: 8' 3".National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City. [Fig. 9.1]
  • Aztec. The Moon Goddess Coyolxauhqui, from the Sacred Precinct, Templo Mayor, Tenochtitlán.ca. 1469. Stone. Diameter: 10' 10".Museo Templo Mayor, Mexico City. [Fig. 9.2]
  • Diego de Durán. History of the Indies of New Spain: Aztecs confront the Spaniards.1581.Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, Spain. [Fig. 9.3]
  • Diego de Durán. History of the Indies of New Spain: The Spanish massacre Aztec nobles in the temple courtyard.1581.Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, Spain. [Fig. 9.4]
  • Plan of Tenochtitlán, from Cortés’s first letter to the King of Spain.1521.[Fig. 9.5]
  • Map: World Exploration, 1486-1611.[Fig. Map 9.1]
  • Olmec. Colossal head, Mexico, Olmec culture.900-500 BCE. Balsalt. Height: 7' 5".La Venta Park, Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico. [Fig. 9.6]
  • Teotihuacán. Teotihuacán, Mexico, seen from the Pyramid of the Moon, looking south down the Avenue of the Dead, the Pyramid of the Sun at the left.ca. 350-650 CE.[Fig. 9.7]
  • Teotihuacán. The Pyramid of the Moon, looking north up the Avenue of the Dead.ca. 350-650 CE.[Fig. 9.8]
  • Mayan. Madrid Codex, leaves 13–16 (of 56 total).ca. 1400. Amatl paper, painted, screenfolded.Museo de América, Madrid. [Fig. 9.9]
  • Mayan. “Palace” (foreground) and Temple of Inscriptions (tomb pyramid of Lord Pakal), Palenque, Mexico.600-900 CE.[Fig. 9.10]
  • Inca. Inca stone wall of the Coricancha beneath a Dominican monastery, Cuzco, Peru.[Fig. 9.11]
  • Ife Culture, Nigeria. Head of an Oni (King).ca. thirteenth century. Brass. 11-7/16".Museum of Ife Antiquities, Ife, Nigeria. [Fig. 9.12]
  • Map: Sub-Saharan West Africa, 1200-1700.[Fig. Map 9.2]
  • Yoruba Culture, Nigeria. Ade, or beaded crown.Late twentieth century. Beadwork. Height: 6' 1-1/4".© The Trustees of the British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 9.13]
  • Benin Culture, Nigeria. Benin City as it appeared to an unknown British officer in 1891.1891. Drawing.[Fig. 9.14]
  • Benin Culture, Nigeria. Head of an Oba. Edo, Court of Benin.ca. 1550. Brass. 9-1/4" x 9-5/8" x 9".Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 9.15]
  • Map: Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1450-1870.[Fig. Map 9.3]
  • Benin (Nigeria). Mask of an iyoba (queen mother), probably Idia.ca. 1550. Ivory, iron, copper. Height: 9-3/8".The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Gift of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1972 (1978.412.323). [Fig. 9.16]
  • Benin (Nigeria). Symbol of a coiled mudfish (drawing). Found throughout the art of Benin and in the tiara worn by the iyoba in Fig. 18.7.[Fig. 9.17]
  • Benin (Nigeria). Portuguese Warrior Surrounded by Manillas.Sixteenth century. Bronze.Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria. [Fig. 9.18]
  • Kingdom of the Kongo. Mpungi, an ivory horn.Collected before 1553. Ivory.Museo degli Argenti, Florence. [Fig. 9.19]
  • Manohar, attributed to. Jahangir in Darbar. India, Mughal period. Northern India.ca. 1620. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper. 13-3/4" x 7-7/8".Francis Bartlett Donation of 1912 and Picture Fund 14.654. Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. [Fig. 9.20]
  • Bichitr. Jahangir Seated on an Allegorical Throne, from the Leningrad Album of Bichitr.ca. 1625. Opaque watercolor, gold and ink on paper. 10" x 7-1/8".Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (42.15V). [Fig. 9.21]
  • Mogul India. Taj Mahal, Agra, India, built by Shah Jahan.ca. 1632-48.[Fig. 9.22]
  • Mogul India. Taj Mahal, Agra, India, built by Shah Jahan: Plan.ca. 1632-48.[Fig. 9.23]
  • Chinese. Plan: the Tang capital of Chang’an, China (black-and-white drawing).Tang dynasty, ca. 600 CE.[Fig. 9.24]
  • Chinese character for "mountain". Ink on paper.[Fig. 9-CL.1]
  • Guo Xi. Early Spring. Hanging scroll. Detail, center right section.Song dynasty, 1072. Ink, slight color on silk.National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. [Fig. 9-CL.2]
  • Guo Xi. Early Spring. Hanging scroll. Detail, lower section.Song dynasty, 1072. Ink, slight color on silk.National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. [Fig. 9-CL.3]
  • Guo Xi. Early Spring. Hanging scroll.Song dynasty, 1072. Ink, slight color on silk. Length: 5'.National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. [Fig. 9-CL.4]
  • Cheng Sixiao. Ink Orchids.Yuan dynasty, 1306. Ink on paper. 10-1/8" x 16-3/4".Municipal Museum of Fine Art, Osaka, Japan. [Fig. 9.25]
  • Ming dynasty, China. The Forbidden City, Beijing: The Hall of Supreme Harmony.1368-1644; rebuilt 18th century. Height: 115'.[Fig. 9.26]
  • Yin Hong. Hundreds of Birds Admiring the Peacocks. Hanging scroll. Ming dynasty, China.ca. late fifteenth-early sixteenth century. Ink and color on silk. 7' 10-1/2" x 6' 5".© The Cleveland Museum of Art. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund, 74.31. [Fig. 9.27]
  • Shen Zhou. Poet on a Mountaintop. Leaf from an album of landscapes mounted as part of a handscroll. Ming dynasty, China.ca. 1500. Ink and color on paper. 15-1/4" x 23-3/4".The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. [Fig. 9.28]
  • Xuande period, Ming dynasty, China.Pair of porcelain vases with cobalt blue underglaze.1426-35.[Fig. 9.29]
  • Map: Japan.[Fig. Map 9.4]
  • Kosho. Kuya Preaching.Kamakura Japan, before 1207. Painted wood, crystal inlaid eyes. Height: 46-1/2".Rokuhara Mitsu-ji, Kyoto, Japan. [Fig. 9.30]
  • Kamakura Japan. Scrolls of Events of the Heiji Period: Detail, Night Attack on the Sanjo Palace (handscroll).Late thirteenth century. Ink and color on paper. 16-1/4" x 275-1/2".Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Reproduced with permission. © 2011 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. All Rights Reserved. Fenollosa-Weld Collection (11.4000). [Fig. 9.31]
  • Muromachi Japan. Kinkakuji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion), Rokuonji, Kyoto, Japan. Rebuilt in 1964 after the original of the 1390s. [Fig. 9.32]
  • Soami, attributed to. Garden of the Daisen-in of Daitokuji, Kyoto. Muromachi Japan.ca. 1510-25.[Fig. 9.33]
  • Momoyama Japan. Himeji Castle, Hyogo prefecture, near Osaka, Japan.1581; enlarged 1601-9.[Fig. 9.34]
  • School of Kano. Namban six-panel screen.1593-1600.Kobe City Museum of Namban Art, Japan. [Fig. 9.35]
  • Nam June Paik. TV Buddha.1974. Video installation with statue.Collection Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. [Fig. 9.36]

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  • 1. Aztec. Coatlicue. Fifteenth century. Basalt. Height: 8' 3". National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City. [Fig. 9.1]
  • 2. Aztec. The Moon Goddess Coyolxauhqui, from the Sacred Precinct, Templo Mayor, Tenochtitlán. ca. 1469. Stone. Diameter: 10' 10". Museo Templo Mayor, Mexico City. [Fig. 9.2]
  • 3. Diego de Durán. History of the Indies of New Spain: Aztecs confront the Spaniards. 1581. Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, Spain. [Fig. 9.3]
  • 4. Diego de Durán. History of the Indies of New Spain: The Spanish massacre Aztec nobles in the temple courtyard. 1581. Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, Spain. [Fig. 9.4]
  • 5. Plan of Tenochtitlán, from Cortés’s first letter to the King of Spain. 1521. [Fig. 9.5]
  • 6. Map: World Exploration, 1486-1611. [Fig. Map 9.1]
  • 7. Olmec. Colossal head, Mexico, Olmec culture. 900-500 BCE. Balsalt. Height: 7' 5". La Venta Park, Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico. [Fig. 9.6]
  • 8. Teotihuacán. Teotihuacán, Mexico, seen from the Pyramid of the Moon, looking south down the Avenue of the Dead, the Pyramid of the Sun at the left. ca. 350-650 CE. [Fig. 9.7]
  • 9. Teotihuacán. The Pyramid of the Moon, looking north up the Avenue of the Dead. ca. 350-650 CE. [Fig. 9.8]
  • 10. Mayan. Madrid Codex, leaves 13–16 (of 56 total). ca. 1400. Amatl paper, painted, screenfolded. Museo de América, Madrid. [Fig. 9.9]
  • 11. Mayan. “Palace” (foreground) and Temple of Inscriptions (tomb pyramid of Lord Pakal), Palenque, Mexico. 600-900 CE. [Fig. 9.10]
  • 12. Inca. Inca stone wall of the Coricancha beneath a Dominican monastery, Cuzco, Peru. [Fig. 9.11]
  • 13. Ife Culture, Nigeria. Head of an Oni (King). ca. thirteenth century. Brass. 11-7/16". Museum of Ife Antiquities, Ife, Nigeria. [Fig. 9.12]
  • 14. Map: Sub-Saharan West Africa, 1200-1700. [Fig. Map 9.2]
  • 15. Yoruba Culture, Nigeria. Ade, or beaded crown. Late twentieth century. Beadwork. Height: 6' 1-1/4". © The Trustees of the British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 9.13]
  • 16. Benin Culture, Nigeria. Benin City as it appeared to an unknown British officer in 1891. 1891. Drawing. [Fig. 9.14]
  • 17. Benin Culture, Nigeria. Head of an Oba. Edo, Court of Benin. ca. 1550. Brass. 9-1/4" x 9-5/8" x 9". Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 9.15]
  • 18. Map: Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1450-1870. [Fig. Map 9.3]
  • 19. Benin (Nigeria). Mask of an iyoba (queen mother), probably Idia. ca. 1550. Ivory, iron, copper. Height: 9-3/8". The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Gift of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1972 (1978.412.323). [Fig. 9.16]
  • 20. Benin (Nigeria). Symbol of a coiled mudfish (drawing). Found throughout the art of Benin and in the tiara worn by the iyoba in Fig. 18.7. [Fig. 9.17]
  • 21. Benin (Nigeria). Portuguese Warrior Surrounded by Manillas. Sixteenth century. Bronze. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria. [Fig. 9.18]
  • 22. Kingdom of the Kongo. Mpungi, an ivory horn. Collected before 1553. Ivory. Museo degli Argenti, Florence. [Fig. 9.19]
  • 23. Manohar, attributed to. Jahangir in Darbar. India, Mughal period. Northern India. ca. 1620. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper. 13-3/4" x 7-7/8". Francis Bartlett Donation of 1912 and Picture Fund 14.654. Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. [Fig. 9.20]
  • 24. Bichitr. Jahangir Seated on an Allegorical Throne, from the Leningrad Album of Bichitr. ca. 1625. Opaque watercolor, gold and ink on paper. 10" x 7-1/8". Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (42.15V). [Fig. 9.21]
  • 25. Mogul India. Taj Mahal, Agra, India, built by Shah Jahan. ca. 1632-48. [Fig. 9.22]
  • 26. Mogul India. Taj Mahal, Agra, India, built by Shah Jahan: Plan. ca. 1632-48. [Fig. 9.23]
  • 27. Chinese. Plan: the Tang capital of Chang’an, China (black-and-white drawing). Tang dynasty, ca. 600 CE. [Fig. 9.24]
  • 28. Chinese character for "mountain". Ink on paper. [Fig. 9-CL.1]
  • 29. Guo Xi. Early Spring. Hanging scroll. Detail, center right section. Song dynasty, 1072. Ink, slight color on silk. National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. [Fig. 9-CL.2]
  • 30. Guo Xi. Early Spring. Hanging scroll. Detail, lower section. Song dynasty, 1072. Ink, slight color on silk. National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. [Fig. 9-CL.3]
  • 31. Guo Xi. Early Spring. Hanging scroll. Song dynasty, 1072. Ink, slight color on silk. Length: 5'. National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. [Fig. 9-CL.4]
  • 32. Cheng Sixiao. Ink Orchids. Yuan dynasty, 1306. Ink on paper. 10-1/8" x 16-3/4". Municipal Museum of Fine Art, Osaka, Japan. [Fig. 9.25]
  • 33. Ming dynasty, China. The Forbidden City, Beijing: The Hall of Supreme Harmony. 1368-1644; rebuilt 18th century. Height: 115'. [Fig. 9.26]
  • 34. Yin Hong. Hundreds of Birds Admiring the Peacocks. Hanging scroll. Ming dynasty, China. ca. late fifteenth-early sixteenth century. Ink and color on silk. 7' 10-1/2" x 6' 5". © The Cleveland Museum of Art. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund, 74.31. [Fig. 9.27]
  • 35. Shen Zhou. Poet on a Mountaintop. Leaf from an album of landscapes mounted as part of a handscroll. Ming dynasty, China. ca. 1500. Ink and color on paper. 15-1/4" x 23-3/4". The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. [Fig. 9.28]
  • 36. Xuande period, Ming dynasty, China. Pair of porcelain vases with cobalt blue underglaze. 1426-35. [Fig. 9.29]
  • 37. Map: Japan. [Fig. Map 9.4]
  • 38. Kosho. Kuya Preaching. Kamakura Japan, before 1207. Painted wood, crystal inlaid eyes. Height: 46-1/2". Rokuhara Mitsu-ji, Kyoto, Japan. [Fig. 9.30]
  • 39. Kamakura Japan. Scrolls of Events of the Heiji Period: Detail, Night Attack on the Sanjo Palace (handscroll). Late thirteenth century. Ink and color on paper. 16-1/4" x 275-1/2". Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Reproduced with permission. © 2011 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. All Rights Reserved. Fenollosa-Weld Collection (11.4000). [Fig. 9.31]
  • 40. Muromachi Japan. Kinkakuji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion), Rokuonji, Kyoto, Japan. Rebuilt in 1964 after the original of the 1390s. [Fig. 9.32]
  • 41. Soami, attributed to. Garden of the Daisen-in of Daitokuji, Kyoto. Muromachi Japan. ca. 1510-25. [Fig. 9.33]
  • 42. Momoyama Japan. Himeji Castle, Hyogo prefecture, near Osaka, Japan. 1581; enlarged 1601-9. [Fig. 9.34]
  • 43. School of Kano. Namban six-panel screen. 1593-1600. Kobe City Museum of Namban Art, Japan. [Fig. 9.35]
  • 44. Nam June Paik. TV Buddha. 1974. Video installation with statue. Collection Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. [Fig. 9.36]