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Anatomy of Prehispanic Bells - Study of an Ancient Lost Process

Raúl Ybarra (MX)

The elaboration of bells in the Prehispanic Era was of great importance due to the special meaning attributed to them in religious ceremonies. Today, knowledge of the techniques that were used in their fabrication is scant and lacking in detail. For that reason, the objective of the present study was to carry out a morphological study of bells from western Mexico...

Perished but not beyond recall: Aztec textile reconstruction via word, imaga and replica

ANAWALT, P. R., "Perished but not beyond recall: Aztec textile reconstruction via word, imaga and replica", Fleeting Identities: perishable material culture in archaeological research, vol. 28, Carbondale IL, Center for Archaeological Invesigations, Southern Illinois University, pp. 187-209, 2001.

The Fire Watchers: in search of master teachers

WESCOTT, D., "The Fire Watchers: in search of master teachers", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2010, issue 39, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 9-11, 05/2010.

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