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Uxmal -- Dwarf Temple Stairway.

35mm slide: 411

1678

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Mughal imperial capital, Palace area. (Original teaching slide code: RB-21)

35mm slide: 20370

16780

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Kesava temple (Original teaching slide code: RB-3). Hoysala, AD 1200 - 1299

35mm slide: 20352

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Kesava temple, architectural sculpture. (Original teaching slide code: RB-4)

35mm slide: 20353

16782

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Memorial stone, "Hero Stone", 14th century. (Original teaching slide code: RB-5)

35mm slide: 20354

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Elephant stables. (Original teaching slide code: RB-6)

35mm slide: 20355

16784

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Royal center, throne platform and well. (Original teaching slide code: RB-7)

35mm slide: 20356

16785

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Royal center, overview. (Original teaching slide code: RB-8)

35mm slide: 20357

16786

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Noblemen's quarters, overview. (Original teaching slide code: RB-9)

35mm slide: 20358

16787

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Uxmal -- Temple of the Dwarf decorations.

35mm slide: 412

1679

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Pyramid construction in Mesoamerica: profiles through Mound A: top=side-to-side; bottom=front to back, showing superposition of temples (Original teaching slide code: RL-11)

35mm slide: 20531

16790

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Pyramid construction in Mesoamerica. Plans of temples in Mound A, showing how temples were superimposed. Note tombs associated with different temples. (Original teaching slide code: RL-12)

35mm slide: 20532

16791

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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace -- House of Turtles.

35mm slide: 413

1680

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Choukoutien (Zhoukoudian) sites, Peking, China. Early hominid "Homo erectus" or "Peking man" site, strata from Middle Pleistocene-early Holocene. Note: Homo erectus has been found in Choukoutien (or Zhoukoudian) near Peking with stone tools, fire?, and a lot of faunal remains. (Original teaching slide code: RS-1)

1972

35mm slide: 20657

16807

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"Hoabinhian" tools, the SEA early Holocene lithic assemblage (see H. R. van Heekeren 1972: Prehistory of Indonesia) Note: Southeast Asian archaeologists put the "Hoabinhian" in global and regional temporal frameworks by comparing with the Vietnamese and European chronologies. In trying to establish correlations with European archaeological phases, it was noted that artifacts thought to be characteristic of the Lower Paleolithic, "chopper-chopper tool

35mm slide: 20666

16808

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Ban Chiang, northeastern Thailand. Note: This shows the open-air museum of Ban Chiang site, northeastern Thailand. The site's dates range from 3,600 BC to AD 200. (Original teaching slide code: RS-11). Photo taken by Rasmi Shoocongdej.

35mm slide: 20667

16809

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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace and House of Turtles.

35mm slide: 414

1681

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Ban Chiang, northeastern Thailand. Note: Ban Chiang is well-known for its red on buff painted pottery and early metallurgy of Thailand (Chin You-Di). (Original teaching slide code: RS-12). Photo taken by Rasmi Shoocongdej.

Late Period, Bronze Age, 300 BC - AD 200

35mm slide: 20668

16810

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Rollers and other artifacts from Ban Chiang (Chin You-Di). (Original teaching slide code: RS-13). Photo taken by Rasmi Shoocongdej.

35mm slide: 20669

16811

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"Dongson" bronze drum from Thailand. Note: Dongson refers to a settlement and burial sites located in Viet Nam, dated from ca. 500 BC to ca. A.D. 200 and often termed by the Vietnamese as "Bronze Age". Bronze drums are one of the distinctive elements of Dongson material culture, a prestige item. Dongson material culture spread throughout Southeast Asia through mechanisms of long-distance trade. (Original teaching slide code: RS-15)

35mm slide: 20671

16813

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"Dongson" bronze drum from Viet Nam (personal) Note: This slide is from the National Museum of History, Hanoi, Viet Nam. Dongson is characterized as a period of increasing technological sophistication, marked transformations in socio-political organization, and expansion of long-distance trade, which presumably contributed towards the emergence of more complex societies in Southeast Asia. (Original teaching slide code: RS-16). Photo taken by Rasmi Sh

35mm slide: 20672

16814

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Model of ships representing long-distant trade in Southeast Asia during the 15th-17th centuries AD. Between 15th and 17th AD, the Thai and the Vietnamese traded their glazed ceramics in competition with the Chinese. The glazed wares were found throughout inland Southeast Asia. (Original teaching slide code: RS-17) Related information in Guy 1976. Photo taken by Rasmi Shoocongdej.

35mm slide: 20673

16815

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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace.

35mm slide: 415

1682

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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace -- detail of façade.

35mm slide: 416

1683

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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace -- detail of decoration.

35mm slide: 417

1684

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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace -- detail of decoration.

35mm slide: 418

1685

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Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe. Elliptical building. (Original teaching slide code: WG-10)

1973

35mm slide: 20491

16851

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Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe. Elliptical building from overhead. (Original teaching slide code: WG-11)

1973

35mm slide: 20492

16852

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Uxmal -- House of the Turtles northwest of Governor's Palace.

35mm slide: 419

1686

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Jenne-jeno from the air during rainy season. Inner Niger Delta (Original teaching slide code: WG-7)

35mm slide: 20488

16868

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Uxmal -- part of great south group. So-called "Dove cote."

35mm slide: 420

1687

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Statue. (Original teaching slide code: WG-9)

35mm slide: 20490

16870

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Uxmal -- North face of temple near summit of Great Pyramid.

35mm slide: 421

1688

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Uxmal -- Altar -- unrestored ruin in so-called cemetery.

35mm slide: 422

1689

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Uxmal -- The Monjas Quadrangle Nunnery.

35mm slide: 423

1690

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Uxmal -- Nunnery north structure.

35mm slide: 424

1691

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Uxmal -- Nunnery north structure.

35mm slide: 425

1692

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Uxmal -- Nunnery -- tablet of stairway.

35mm slide: 426

1693

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Uxmal -- Nunnery -- east building.

35mm slide: 427

1694

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Uxmal -- East building.

35mm slide: 428

1695

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Mississippian and related Late Woodland sites and complexes.

35mm slide: 11138

16950

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Hopewellian and related Middle Woodland sites and complexes. Dated 8/66

35mm slide: 11139

16951

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Culture sequence and chronology in eastern United States. Dated 8/66

35mm slide: 11140

16952

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Wisconsin, Mero site. Decorated shell-tempered and cordmarked shell tempered body sherds.

1966

35mm slide: 11150

16958

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Mero Site. Decorated and cord-marked shell tempered body sherds.

1966

35mm slide: 11151

16959

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Uxmal -- Nunnery -- east building.

35mm slide: 429

1696

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Shell tempered Oneota rims.

1966

35mm slide: 11152

16960

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Mero Site. Grit tempered Oneota Sherds.

1966

35mm slide: 11153

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Grit tempered Oneota rims with scalloped lips.

1966

35mm slide: 11154

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Grit tempered rim sherds

1966

35mm slide: 11155

16963