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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Jose Valenzulo's son taking away the trash gourd for dumping at edge of house-lot area.

1980

35mm slide: 17621

23586

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Jose Valenzulo's workshop dump several hundred meters away from his house.

1980

35mm slide: 17622

23587

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- View of Jose Valenzulo's work area when not in use. The cloth is draped over the up-right poles; these are permanent fixtures in the kitchen. Usually they are free-standing.

1980

35mm slide: 17623

23588

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- abandoned workshop (7 months after slide #17615 was taken)

1980

35mm slide: 17624

23589

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Irene Filfot Stamped, Irene Site, Chatham County, Georgia. Irene.

35mm slide: 1121

2359

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- knapping debris most likely to be over looked and left in the workshop area.

1980

35mm slide: 17625

23590

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- abandoned workshop debris left on the floor of a house in old naja.

1980

35mm slide: 17626

23591

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- refitted pieces of a chert nodule, showing exhusted core, from workshop refuse shown in slide #29.

1980

35mm slide: 17627

23592

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- K'in Garcia retouching blades into arrowheads. Note the red bowl with finished arrowheads and the plastic sack with indirect percussion blades. The small white specks around his feet are small percussion flakes; the larger peieces are orange peels.

1980

35mm slide: 17628

23593

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- A close up view of K'in Garcia making an arrowhead from a blade. Note the holding position.

1980

35mm slide: 17629

23594

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- tool used in pressure flaking. The tool is made from the end of a worn-out machete blade.

1980

35mm slide: 17630

23595

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Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- arrowhead variation; finished points by K'in Garcia

1980

35mm slide: 17631

23596

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House interior at Taos Pueblo, women cooking, New Mexico, ca. 1935. Houses generally consisted of one or more multi-purpose rooms and several windowless storerooms. The family rooms were used for sleeping, eating, cooking, and crafts work. The rooms were usually sparsely furnished, and many of the family's possessions were hung from the vigas or pegs on the wall. The store rooms contained carefully stacked rows of dried corn on the cob and other d

c. 1935

35mm slide: 18225

236

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Savannah Complicated Stamped, Bibb County, Georgia. Savannah.

35mm slide: 1122

2360

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Lamar Bold Incised, Bull Creek, Muskogee County, Georgia. Lamar.

35mm slide: 1123

2361

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Lamar Bold Incised, Bull Creek, Muskogee County, Georgia. Lamar.

35mm slide: 1124

2362

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Reddish glass beads. These small red wire wound glass beads are one of the first of this type to appear in Indian trade. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location - Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 3 mm by 4 mm."

1973

35mm slide: 14793

23620

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Tubular Blue Cane Beads. A tubular blue glass cane bead with a faintly discernable thin white core. The ends of this bead are jagged and unfinished. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 1 cm by 2.5 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14796

23621

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Brass Lion and Stag Pipe. A cast brass pipe decorated with a lion climbing up the back of the bowl and a stag on the stem. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location - Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions are 13 cm by 7 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14941

23622

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Two Men in an Arbor. An ornamental antler comb shows two men standing side by side in an arbor, wearing wide brimmed hats, shirts and skirts. They may possibly represent missionaries wearing habits. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location - Rochester Junction, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 6 cm by 6 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 15034

23623

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Peru, Cusco, Inca, Diagram of proposed jaguar shaped plan of Cusco.

Oct. 1975

35mm slide: 15151

23624

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Peru, Inca, Map of Empire of Tiwantinjuyo.

Oct. 1975

35mm slide: 15152

23625

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Peru, Paracas, Transformation of feline motif.

Oct. 1975

35mm slide: 15157

23626

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Peru, Paracas, Pots.

Oct. 1975

35mm slide: 15160

23627

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Peru, Nazca, Pot. Bird sculpture with a base decorated with cacti.

Oct. 1975

35mm slide: 15161

23629

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Irene Filfot Stamped, Irene Site, Chatham County, Georgia. Irene.

35mm slide: 1125

2363

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The Cheyenne Sun Dance, Sun Dance in progress. Gift 1977.

35mm slide: 16310

23634

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Funeral remains (crown, earrings).

35mm slide: 16404

23635

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Egypt, Valley of the Kings,

1979

35mm slide: 16486

23636

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Missouri, Powers Fort, Artist's Reconstruction.

1980

35mm slide: 17051

23638

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Irene Filfot Stamped, Irene Site, Chatham County, Georgia. Irene.

35mm slide: 1126

2364

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Lintong Co., Shaanxi, China. Bronze arrow-heads, Qin Shihuang mausoleum.

35mm slide: 18103

23647

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Lintong Co., Shaanxi, China. Bronze spears and a spear butt, Qin Shihuang mausoleum.

35mm slide: 18104

23648

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Lamar Bold Incised, Mossy Oak Site, Bibb County, Georgia. Lamar.

35mm slide: 1127

2365

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Temple of Heaven: Qiniandian and Danbiqiao (imperial terrace passage way) viewed from afar: Danbiqiao (also called Hai-Mandadao) is raised 2.5 meters above the ground level, built in white stone. The mid-path is Shenlu (the way for divine deities); on the left is Wanglu (the way for emperors), on the right is Yulu (the way for royalty). The two side ways are for the state ministers. The Danbiqiao has a total length of 360 meters, connecting Qiniand

35mm slide: 24405

23658

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Temple of Heaven: Qiniandian is the place where the emperor prayed for bumper harvests. It was first built in 1420 and rebuilt in 1890. It is a round building of wood with three roof-tops one overhanging the other, 38 meters all, 30 meters in diameter, standing on a large three-tiered terrace base of white stone. The roof-tops are covered with glazed tiles in the deep blue radiating from the center, each one of the three being larger than the one o

35mm slide: 24406

23659

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Lamar Complicated Stamped, Bibb County, Georgia. Lamar.

35mm slide: 1128

2366

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Temple of Heaven: On the base of Qiniandian there is a three-tiered marble terrace, carved with designs of dragons, phoenixes, clouds and mountains in vivid form and exquisite workmanship. Looking at the building from below one is fascinated by the beauty of the pure white marble base, the deep blue roof-tops, the vermillion pillars, the brilliant designs and the golden crown shining bright in the air. It is gorgeous in color enveloped in an atmosp

35mm slide: 24407

23660

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Temple of Heaven: The inside structure of Qiniandian is marvelous and brilliant. The heavy roof-tops is supported by 28 huge nanmu pillars. The four of them in the center, called Longjingzhu, are the biggest, 19.2 meters tall, 1.2 meters in diameter, so huge that two adults can not touch finger0tips when embracing them. The throne in the hall is for the memorial tablet to the "God of Heaven" during the sacrifice offering ceremony. On the upper par

35mm slide: 24408

23661

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Temple of Heaven: Huangqiandian (the hall of Heaven) is to the north of Qiniandian. It is the place where the memorial tablet to the "God of Heaven" was kept.

35mm slide: 24409

23662

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Temple of Heaven: Zhuanquanmen is in the outer wall around Qiniandian. It opens to the Imperial Bridge Terrace-Way and is the outer-most gate to Qigutan (Altar for prayers for grain).

35mm slide: 24410

23663

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Temple of Heaven: Huangqongyu is a single-roofed hall with its roof covered with deep blue glazed tiles. It was originally built in 1530, rebuilt 1752. The hall was originally for the memorial tablet to the "God of Heaven," with the memorial tablets to royal ancestors of the preceding eight generations on the two sides. On occasions of homage paying to the "God of Heaven" these memorial tablets were placed in Huanqiu Hall for the ceremony. When vi

35mm slide: 24411

23664

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Temple of Heaven: Huiyinbi (the echo wall) is inside the compound for Huangqongyu. It is a very interesting place. When one talks in a low voice at the foot of the wall on the east, facing north, the other person at the foot of the wall on the west can hear very clearly, as if through a telephone, though they are actually separated by a distance of over 60 meters. This is because the wall is a circular structure, so the sound waves can be conducted

35mm slide: 24412

23665

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Temple of Heaven: The Long Corridor: This is the passage way by which sacrifices are carried to the temple. It consists of 72 jian (unit) and so it is also called 72-jian Corridor.

35mm slide: 24413

23666

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Temple of Heaven: Huanqiu, also called Huanqiutan, is the main building of Tiantan. The grand ceremony to pay homage to Heaven was conducted here. It is a round alter on a three-tiered terrace built of pure white marble. It was first built in 1530, rebuilt 1749. In old China there prevailed the belief that "Heaven is round and the earth is square," hence the round form of the structure.

35mm slide: 24414

23667

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Temple of Heaven: On the outskirts of Huanqiu there are two surrounding walls. The outer wall is round while the inner one is square, to match with the globular altar, forming geometrical figures. On the east, west, south and north sides there are linging arch entrances to the Huanqiu Altar.

35mm slide: 24415

23668

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Temple of Heaven: Looking around on the top of Huanqiu one can get a clear view of the various groups of buildings.

35mm slide: 24416

23669

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Entire community of Tyuonyi from cliff, New Mexico.

35mm slide: 1156

2367

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Arizona, Kayenta site; P III Inscription House from a commercial postcard.

35mm slide: 17653

23672

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aerial view from a commercial postcard. "Established as a National Monument in 1923, the ruins orginally contained at least 500 rooms, which housed about 800 Indians. The homew were constructed by stone-age people in the early part of the 12th century."

35mm slide: 17654

23673