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Lords of Creation: Sacred Mayan Kingship

Lords of Creation: Sacred Mayan Kingship From the Los Angeles County Museum of Art comes this multimedia exhibition, focusing on the relationship of Mayan kings to the supernatural world. The focus is upon the origins of Mayan civilization in the earlier Mesoamerican culture of the Olmec. Students will
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Lords of Creation: Sacred Mayan Kingship


From the Los Angeles County Museum of Art comes this multimedia exhibition, focusing on the relationship of Mayan kings to the supernatural world. The focus is upon the origins of Mayan civilization in the earlier Mesoamerican culture of the Olmec. Students will enjoy wonderful illustrations of Mayan carvings and forms of illustration, with close-ups, descriptions, and explanations of their symbolic meanings.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Judy O'Neill

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