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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 1h
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James A. Doyle 3h
Someone just told me I hit 4,000 followers today! 🤗🤗🤗 Thanks to everyone/gracias a todxs for such great interactions , get ready for more art & archaeology of the Americas content coming your way!! Sneak preview of some incoming changes to the galleries. 🤓
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Antiquity 15h
🆕🅰️ ➡️'The Aberdeen Celt' ➡️the reinterpretation of an incised stone 'celt' (axe) from Mexico 🇲🇽discovered in 1910 ➡️Norman Hammond () & Karl Taube () ➡️ [$]
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Charles C. Mann Apr 24
Partying at the end of a city's life: recreating the end-times beer of 11th-century Cerro Baúl, in the Wari empire of Peru:
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James A. Doyle Apr 23
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We all know that you'll launch your own, titled MMMMM, leaving out the useuay.
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James A. Doyle Apr 23
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Ánimo, vecino!!
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James A. Doyle Apr 23
Replying to @AlvaroLaParra
Jamás serás un misántropo, Álvaro.
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James A. Doyle Apr 23
Can't escape us
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James A. Doyle Apr 23
Can't wait to read this!!
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James A. Doyle Apr 23
Replying to @EGonzaba @csuf
You are so young! 😝
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James A. Doyle Apr 23
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Y todos me miran
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World Monuments Fund Apr 23
The ancient Zapotec metropolis of Monte Albán was founded on the 6th century BC on a flattened mountain overlooking the city of and now a crisis-response project
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James A. Doyle Apr 22
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🤗🤗🤗
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James A. Doyle Apr 22
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David S. Anderson ✌️❤️🏺 Apr 22
The La Mojarra stela shows a Preclassic Mesoamerican ruler in full royal attire & includes a lengthy glyphic inscription, including a long count calendar date, but the stela was found in Veracruz, well outside the Maya region. Preclassic Mesoamerica was a complex place!
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James A. Doyle Apr 22
Art of the Americas on view at the includes outstanding Aztec/Mexica sculpture, a Maya eccentric flint, ceramic trophy heads from Costa Rica, and a Wari face-neck jar fragment. Learn more and visit:
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James A. Doyle Apr 20
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I couldn't leave out the stunning Mesoamerican works on view either: Maya codex-style vase; Teotihuacan-style "host" figure; Aztec/Mexica Ehecatl-Quetzalcoatl (je pense); and incredible Huastec standing figure.
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James A. Doyle Apr 20
C'est magnifique! Taíno and Tairona works on view in the celebrate creativity in the Caribbean region from the 9th-16th centuries. Learn more:
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Brooklyn Museum Apr 18
As an expression of pride in her Mexican identity, collected and displayed the country’s great indigenous artistic traditions from ancient times to the present.
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Christian Prager Apr 19
Archaeologists unearth largest Mayan figurine factory to date
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