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    • Native Arts of the Americasafter 1300Florence
    • Classification of art• Mesoamerica– Preclassic• Olmec• Teotihuaca– Classic• Maya• Veracruz– Postclassic• Northern Maya• Toltec– Aztec– Spanish Exploration• South America– Early Horizon• Chavín– Early Intermediate• Paracas, Nasca, Moche– Middle Horizon• Tiwanaku and Wari– Late Horizon• Inka/Inca Empire
    • MIXTECA-PUEBLAMesoamerica
    • Borgia Codex• Rare illustrated book• Mictlantecuhtli andQuezocoatl• Relationship of life anddeath
    • Great Temple,Tenochtitlan
    • superimposition
    • Coyolxauqui(She of the GoldenBells)• Sister of Huitzilopochtli• Plotted to destroy motherCoatlicue
    • Disk’s location
    • Coatlicue(She of the SerpentSkirt)• Beheaded• Savagery and tenderness• Colossal
    • INCASouth America
    • Machu Picchu
    • Machu Picchu
    • Temple of the Sun(Santo Domingo)
    • Machu Picchu
    • SOUTHWESTNorth America
    • Kuaua Pueblo ruinsAncestral Puebloan
    • Inside the kiva
    • Detail of kiva mural
    • Hopi Katsina• Otto Pentewa• Benevolent spirits ofancestors and naturalelements• Festivals of maskeddancers
    • Hopi Katsina• Otto Pentewa• Benevolent spirits ofancestors and naturalelements• Festivals of maskeddancers
    • Maria MontoyaMartinez• Revived Pueblo pottery• Black on black designs• Matte
    • Maria MontoyaMartinez• Revived Pueblo pottery• Black on black designs• Matte
    • NORTHWEST COAST AND ALASKANorth America
    • Kwakiutl andTlingit Masks• Exaggerated features• Transformation
    • Kwakiutl andTlingit Masks• Exaggerated features• Transformation• War helmet
    • Haida totem poles
    • Haida totem poles
    • Chilkat blanket
    • Yupik Eskimo masks• Single use, thenabandoned• Ceremonial life based ongame animals
    • GREAT PLAINSNorth America
    • Hidatsa regalia• Nomadic tribe• Symbols of military andsocial accomplishments• Recognized by other tribes
    • Ledger art
    • Sioux sacred regalia• Dominant Native Americanstereotype• Rampant racism
    • Ledger art
    • Ledger art
    • Ledger art
    • Quiz1. What were the major causes for the fall of theAztec empire?2. Why are books so rare and valuable?3. How were the Inca able to manage such a vastempire built in the mountains?4. What is the biggest difference in themes andmotifs in Meso-/South American vs. NorthAmerican arts?5. How did North American native arts changeafter the tribes were moved onto reservations?
    • The End