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Mexican Archaeologists Find Probable Prehispanic Maya Cemetery in Tabasco

MEXICO CITY.- In the surroundings of Comalcalco Archaeological Zone, Tabasco, the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) found 116 burials that are more than 1,000 years old; 66 of them were deposited in funerary urns while the other 50 ...

Phillips de Pury & Co.’s Design Auction to Present 20th Century...

NEW YORK, NY.- Phillips de Pury & Company announces its spring Design auction to be held at 450 Park Avenue on May 25. The auction comprises 176 lots of 20th century and contemporary design, on view to the public at 450 Park Avenue from May 19 to May 2...

Lisson Gallery Presents Major Survey Show of Work by Detained Chinese...

LONDON.- Lisson Gallery presents a major survey show of work by Ai Weiwei to be held across both Bell Street spaces, London. The broad selection of key works from the past six years was agreed with the artist at the beginning of 2011. The exhibition is...

Lisson Gallery Presents Major Survey Show of Work by Detained Chinese...

LONDON.- Lisson Gallery presents a major survey show of work by Ai Weiwei to be held across both Bell Street spaces, London. The broad selection of key works from the past six years was agreed with the artist at the beginning of 2011. The exhibition is...

While Digging in their Back Yard, Brothers Find 1,300 Year Old...

TILCARA, ARGENTINA.- Two brothers who were digging in the back of their house to lay the foundation of two new rooms found eight pots measuring 1.20 meters in height that have been estimated to be 1,300 years old. The discovery was made in the Carraza...

Archaeologists Find Aztec Remains During Drilling of New Subway Line in...

MEXICO CITY (REUTERS).- Archeologists have uncovered more than 500-year-old remains of about 50 Aztec children, some of them stuffed into ceramic jars for burial, during excavations for a new subway line in Mexico City. The team from Mexico's National ...

Ancient Pottery Tradition Rediscovered & Transformed at Crystal Bridges

BENTONVILLE, ARK.- More than 50 years ago young Juan Quezada stumbled upon ceramic fragments from a lost civilization. Come see how this chance discovery inspired Quezada and the people of Mata Ortíz, Mexico to revive the art of their ancestors and br...

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