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Material culture final

  1. 1. Source CitationsMaya. Plate with Maize God. New Orleans Museum of Art. Oct. 26 2011. <http://noma.org/collection/detail/45/Plate- with-Maize-God>Maya. Vessel with Deity Figures. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Oct. 26 2011. <http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/50005977? rpp=60&pg=2&ao=on&ft=*&who=Maya&pos=69>Maya. Vessel 1. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc. Nov. 1 2011. <http://www.famsi.org/research/kerr/articles/hero_twins/index.html>Maya. The Head of the Maize God. The Mesoamerican Ball Game : Photo Repository. Nov. 1 2011. <http://themesoamericanballgame.wikispaces.com/Photo+Repository>Nopiloa. Ball Player. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Oct. 26 2011. <http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search- the-collections/50008934>Maya. Mural from South Ballcourt, El Tajin. Museum Syndicate. Nov. 4 2011. <http://www.museumsyndicate.com/item.php?item=36794>Maya. Codex-Style Vase with Sixty Hieroglyphs. Library of Congress. Nov. 4 2011. <http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/kislak/kislak-exhibit.html>Maya. North Ballcourt of Tajin. El Tajin Archaeological Ruins. Oct. 26 2011. <http://www.delange.org/ElTajin2/ElTajin2.htm>
  2. 2. Source Citations (continued)Ricardo E. Alegria, “The Ball Game Played by the Aborigines of the Antilles,” American Antiquity 16-4 (1951): 348-352John E. Clark and Michael Blake and Warren D. Hill, “Ball court design dates back 3,400 years,” Nature 392-6679 (1998): 878-879Rachel Kaufman, “Aztec, Maya Were Rubber-Making Masters?” Latin American Antiquity 21 (2010)Mary Ellen Miller and Karl Taube, The Gods and Symbols of Ancient Mexico and the Maya: An Illustrated Dictionary of Mesoamerican Religion, (Thames & Hudson, 1993) 42Julia Madajczak, “Holy Family. The Nahuatl kinship terms in the context of Christianity,” Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 42 (2011): 110-116Ortiz C. Ponciano and Maria del Carmen Rodríguez, Olmec Ritual Behavior at El Manatí: A Sacred Space, (Dumbarton Oaks, 1999) 225–254Barbara A. Tenenbaum, Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture (Scribners 1996)Steven Volk. “Sources and General Resources on Latin America,” last modified August 12, 2007. http://www.oberlin.edu/faculty/svolk/latinam.htmMichael S. Werner, Encyclopedia of Mexico : history, society & culture (Routledge 1998)Michael E. Whittington and Mint Museum of Art, The sport of life and death: the Mesoamerican ballgame, (Thames and Hudson) 2001 Eric Taladoire, "The Architectural Background of the Pre-Hispanic Ballgame" The Sport of Life and Death: The Mesoamerican Ballgame (Thames and Hudson, 2001) 97–115
  3. 3. Music Sourceskinichpacal23, ahometa kuyaxi mayan music autor Alfredo Roel, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n- 7k7iAmcK4&feature=related>njkm22, Mayan Drums, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxNn4T2OwPs&feature=related>

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