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Mughal imperial capital, Palace area. (Original teaching slide code: RB-20)

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Uxmal -- Dwarf Temple Stairway.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Courtyard in Platform A with main Plaza beyond. (Original teaching slide code: RL-1)

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Classic Maya site. Palaces are distinguished from temples by the holes drilled into the doorways to put up screens or curtains. (Original teaching slide code: RL-10)

35mm slide: 20530


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Uxmal -- Temple of the Dwarf decorations.

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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)

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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)

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State formation: Pyramid of the Sun seen from a platform near Pyramid of the Moon. (Original teaching slide code: RL-13)

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Cult archaeology: Toltec capital, site in central Mexico; has raised platform with warrior carvings. (Original teaching slide code: RL-14)

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Cult archaeology: columns supporting roof of Pyramid B represent warriors holding atlatls and bags of incense (not astronauts!). (Original teaching slide code: RL-15)

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Cult archaeology: richly attired warrior figure over 3.5 m. high with rectangular earpieces, pectoral representing an upside-down bird, necklace, bracelets, etc. (Original teaching slide code: RL-16)

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Aztec capital (Templo Mayor=main temple). Templo Mayor is in the middle of downtown Mexico City, right next to the main colonial Spanish cathedral (in background), which was built from stone ripped from Aztec structures (foreground). (Original teaching slide code: RL-17)

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Aztec capital (Templo Mayor=main temple). The Templo Mayor was constructed of a long series of temples one on top of the other, this is view of bases of temples (the successive stairways). (Original teaching slide code: RL-18)

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Aztec capital (Templo Mayor=main temple). The tops of all later temples are gone but the earliest temple, shown here, was found completely preserved. Note double temple on top of platform, one to each main deity. Statue in front -- reclining human - called a chacmool, may be location of sacrifice. (Original teaching slide code: RL-19)

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State formation (500-200 BC): large wall of danzante carvings, were originally thought to be dancers, now considered evidence of personalized/chiefly warfare. (Original teaching slide code: RL-2)

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17328- White woolen shawl, c. 1820s


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

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State formation (500-200 BC): danzante carvings, note nakedness (a sign of humiliation), also closed eyes--this is a dead elite warrior. (Original teaching slide code: RL-3)

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State expansion: danzante. Another dead warrior; note awkward position of hand and castration; note also that they are often named (glyphs on chest); in all there are 320 of these. (Original teaching slide code: RL-4)

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State expansion: change in warfare as state becomes expansionistic. No more danzantes; now Conquest Glyphs on the strangely shaped Building 1 (center); there are 40 conquest glyphs. (Original teaching slide code: RL-5)

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State expansion: conquest glyph; no longer are they advertising defeat of particular individuals, now they are advertising territorial conquests. The bird at the top is the place name; some have been linked to known sites outside the valley of Oaxaca. (Original teaching slide code: RL-6)

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State expansion: conquest glyph. Note that the lower portion is the same, the hill glyph with diagonal lines; this indicates "place of"; the upper part is different in each cast, indicating the name of the particular place. (Original teaching slide code: RL-7)

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Temple 2, note row of carved stelae in front. (Original teaching slide code: RL-8)

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Classic Maya site, central acropolis. These seem to have been palaces. (Original teaching slide code: RL-9)

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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)


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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

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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


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

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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

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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.

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Nil Kam Heang, a smelting site, Lopburi province, central Thailand. Note: The slide of Nil Ham Heang (1301-900 BC) shows thin layer of crushed rock/ore and slag represent the working space for copper production (Original teaching slide code: RS-14)

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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)

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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

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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.

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Mae Nam Noi kiln site, central Thailand (15th-17th AD) The Mae Nam Noi kiln, one of the biggest "Ayutthaya" workshops, was excavated by the Thai Fine Arts department. This slide shows inside the kiln. (Original teaching slide code: RS-18)

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Mae Nam Noi kiln site, central Thailand (15th-17th AD). Another view inside the kiln . (Original teaching slide code: RS-19)

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Solo river, Java, Indonesia. Find site for early hominid Homo erectus remains in Middle Pleistocene context. The Solo river terrace was the major find-locations for the early hominids and the Pleistocene faunal remains. (Original teaching slide code: RS-2)

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Mae Nam Noi kiln site, central Thailand: ceramic products included both trade and domestic wares. (Original teaching slide code: RS-20)

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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace.

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Myson, central Vietnam (complex societies). Myson was a religious center and capital of the Cham state which was built in the late 4th century. The first temple was constructed for the worship of Hindu god, "Shiva-Bhadresvara". More than 70 architectural buildings of different styles were built over many centuries (between late 4th and 12th centuries). During Vietnam war, the architecture was almost completely destroyed by US bombs. (Original teachin

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Borobudur, central Java, Indonesia (complex societies). Borobudur is located in central Java and it was founded about 800 AD by Buddhist kings of the Sailendra dynasty. It should be noted that Buddhism originated around 600 BC in India and later spread to Indonesia and other parts of Southeast Asia through maritime trade. It is the largest Buddhism sanctuary in Indonesia, which is a Muslim country. The architecture represents the Buddhist teaching (

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Toraja blacksmith at work, Sulawesi, Indonesia. Note: showing household production. (Original teaching slide code: RS-23)

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