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Masterpieces room

Bodily adornment in intermediate
 
Death and power in art of the southern andes
 
Shaman
 
Men and women in mesoamerican art
 
Bottles in Central Andean art
 
Bronxe bell
 
The faces of Mesoamerican
 
Standing personage
 
Hombre felino
 
Warrior king
 

Mesoamerica Room

The Guardian
 
Stonework from western Mexico
 
The sun god in the world of the dead
 
Mesoamerican mask
 
Companions in death
 
Shamanism in Mesoamerica
 
Pedestal censer
 
Civilization in central Mexico
 
Maya art
 
Women and fertility of the land
 
Women and fertility of the land
 
The Olmec originof civilization
 
Maya writing and political power
 
The gran Nicoya
 
The ball game
 
The Xipe Totec cult
 
Costa Rica in prehistory
 

Intermediate Room

Coqueros from northen Ecuador
 
Clay bottles and bodies
 
Manta seats and sitting
 
Central american gold
 
Designe and meaning in cocle pottery
 
Art and imagination
 
Figurines from ancient Ecuador
 
The first ceramic makers
 

Southern Andes Room

The conservation of the dead in Chinchorro
 
Monochrome and polychrome in the desert
 
The place of the souls
 
Northwestern Argemtina and its area of influence
 
Minimalism in diaguita ceramics
 
The power of stone
 
Chile under Inka rule
 
Headdresses and identity in northern Chile
 

Central Andes Room

Moche masters of dead
The rebirth of and ancient tradiction
Chavin and it`s influence
Gold and silver at the andes
Bright animals and dull plants
Music
Arquitecture and the environment
Moche metalurgy
Identity in chancays pottery
Decapitators and cutoff heads
Nasca color and fantasy in clay
Wari and tiwanaku

Textil Room

High art in the Pre-columbian Andes
Weaving in early andean civilization
Woven in life to honor the dead
Andean textile technology
Textile materials and instruments
Cordage and braiding woven with a single warp
Looped mesh and netting woven with a single weft
Plain weave warp and weft woven structures
Gauze weave and reticular weave
Weft faced weave tapestry
Color application textile painting and resist dyeing
Double and triple cloth weaving
Chimu ceremonial costume
The power of attire in the andes
The Andes a weaving civilization

Amazonian

Art from the tropical jungle
 

Caribbean

Chamanism in the Caribbean