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Conferencia virtual: ¿Cómo se construyó Mesoamérica? / Virtual Lecture: How Was Mesoamerica Built?

Esta presentación en español ofrece una descripción general de las técnicas y los materiales que utilizaron varias sociedades en la antigua Mesoamérica. Nuestro viaje comienza con las civilizaciones del Golfo de México y el área maya, continúa con la gran ciudad de Teotihuacan y finaliza con la ciudad imperial de Tenochtitlan.

Si tienes más preguntas sobre el contenido de este programa, envía un correo electrónico a María López.

Presentado en colaboración con el Centro de Respuesta a Crisis de Durham y la Asociación de Contratistas Hispanos de las Carolinas.

Imagen: Mexico, Teotihuacan, Incensario, alrededor de 200–600, terracota, pintura, alt. 16 5/8 × prof. 15 5/8 × anch. 10 5/8 pulg., regalo del Sr. y la Sra. John B. Fulling


This presentation in Spanish provides an overview of the techniques and materials used by several societies in ancient Mesoamerica. Our journey starts with the civilizations of the Gulf of Mexico and the Maya area, continues with the great city of Teotihuacan, and ends with the imperial city of Tenochtitlan.

For additional questions on the content of this program, email Maria Lopez.

Presented in collaboration with the Durham Crisis Response Center and the Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas.

Image: Mexican, Teotihuacan, Incensario, circa 200–600, terracotta, paint, H. 16 5/8 × D. 15 5/8 × W. 10 5/8 in., Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Fulling


Date

Nov 23, 2021

Time

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Cost

Gratis; se requiere inscripción / Free; registration required
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