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James A. Doyle
Archaeologist | Maya Art and Architecture | Assistant Curator, Art of the Ancient Americas | Mesoamerica, Central America, Caribbean. EN | ES
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James A. Doyle 45m
Replying to @carvajalregidor
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James A. Doyle 21h
Quick Boston trip included my first trip (😳) to the ! Love Sargent's portrait of her, (Bloody) Mary I looking stern, and the 1871-1872 Olmsted & Vaux map for Central Park with the site marked for !
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James A. Doyle 22h
Replying to @davidwengrow
Stay tuned for more from Tabasco where Takeshi Inomata, Daniela Triadan and Mexican colleagues are getting great results ground truthing LiDAR at sites like Aguada Fénix:
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James A. Doyle 24h
Replying to @eduescar
Un abrazo. 🤗🐶
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James A. Doyle Aug 17
Classic Maya painters developed innovative styles on their ceramic canvases to convey complex mythological narratives and and deity depictions for the vessels' patrons. On view at . Learn more on the :
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James A. Doyle Aug 17
Your prize is on its way
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James A. Doyle Aug 16
Replying to @DustinGrowick
Whose neo-Moche tattoo is that I must know
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James A. Doyle Aug 16
Replying to @jeffmhunt
Those were the days
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James A. Doyle Aug 15
Replying to @jpbrammer
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James A. Doyle Aug 15
Replying to @omarandres8
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James A. Doyle Aug 15
🦈🦈 Chiriquí gold shark pendants, 11th-16th c. Panama. Cast using the lost-wax process! Check them out :
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James A. Doyle Aug 15
Replying to @drnandico @elmuseo
That Oller is 🔥🔥🔥
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James A. Doyle Aug 14
Replying to @rykeyietie8
Could be! Trophy-head taking is seen in images across the isthmus.
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James A. Doyle Aug 14
Wednesday afternoon mood perfectly captured by a jade pendant from Caribbean Costa Rica. 🙃 More :
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Smithsonian Latino Center Aug 13
Join on an adventure to explore the Inka Empire and its legacy through -focused activities!
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Smithsonian Latino Center Aug 9
The Renaissance of a Native Caribbean People: Ethnogenesis. Read more on our blog: 📷Areíto, or ancestral group dance, to celebrate community, resilience, and regeneration. Taíno celebration at the .
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James A. Doyle Aug 9
Replying to @jearysylves
Happy Friday from the Diamond Princess
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James A. Doyle Aug 9
Great work! Water and the Preclassic Maya at El Tintal, Petén, Guatemala.
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James A. Doyle Aug 9
Replying to @lacajadecereal
⬆️ 👏
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James A. Doyle Aug 9
Replying to @MarcosSGonsalez
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