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Art of Latin America

Table of Contents:

Art of Latin America: Excellent Starting Points
Art of Latin America: Images and History

Art of Latin America: Excellent Starting Points
Art: Latin America Resources. Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC), University of Texas at Austin
Extensive links to Latin American art sites, including those of specific countries.

Art History Resources: The Native Arts of the Americas and of Oceania.
C. Witcombe, Sweet Briar College

Extensive links.

Art of Latin America: Images and History
Archaeology of Teotihuacan, Mexico. Archaeological Research Institute, Arizona State University
Images, excavation reports, and an academic journal.

Images of Sites in the Americas. Photographs by Clive Ruggles, School of Archaeological Studies, University of Leicester, United Kingdom
An extensive image collection of archaeological sites in Mesoamerica and Peru.

Mesoamerican Photo Archives. Photographs by David R. Hixson, Department of Anthropology, Tulane University
Images of Mesoamerican archaeology, including some from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.

Mystery of the Maya. Canadian Museum of Civilization
Images and commentary about Mayan art and culture.

Nazca Lines. Discovery Channel Canada
Speculations on the purpose of the Nazca lines, ancient earth drawings in Peru.

PreColumbian Art Research Institute (PARI)
A nonprofit educational corporation.  Members are associated with many institutions including Tulane University and the University of California. PARI researches the art, archaeology, and glyphic texts of Mesoamerican civilizations, especially Mayan sites.

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