Week Nine Notes
Week Nine Notes ARTH 3353
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ivonne Ruiz on Monday October 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH 3353 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Anne Perry in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Pre-Columb Art & Arch in Art History at University of Texas at El Paso.
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Date Created: 10/26/15
October 21 Notes Lapida de Bazan Monte Alban Ceremonial Plaza at Monte Alban with South Platform Hidden carvings of the South Platform Sculptural program indicates the presence of Teotihuacans at Monte Alban All appear to be named by the hieroglyphs South Platform Prisoner Display All displayed on the stone Iaguar lord 3 knot captive Calendar name Iaguar Lord Calendrical name Tombs Furnished Ceramic painted figures Amazingly decorated Tombs were quite elaborate in design Mural fragment from Tomb 105 Seem to be speaking chanting singing in precession The women wear beautiful beads headdresses plugs no shoes Men carry big staff s Men are fairly toothless Men have teotihuacan hightop shoes Monte Alban Tomb 104 Walls are highly decorated by paintings Remains of body laid across the oor On the wall there are 2 males that seem to be coming closer to the body priestlike Ceramics laid across the oor next to the body Urns ceramic urn figures are locate at the front of the body October 23 Notes XipeTotec Deity of regeneration and rejuvenation Represented fertility and was high celebrated Was venerated in a celebration that began with a sacrificial ceremony Man attached to a stone and he had to engage in combat with a real warrior while tired up to the stone Priest would then wear the sacrificial Victims skin It is reported that they d wear the skin for as long as a month Yalalag Braided Hair Do Still worn by women nowadays in that area Teeth mutilation cut in shapes Elite Lady Giant Plugs jewelry worn Seated Male wearing the attributes of the Rain God Cociyo Deemed the rain deity Elite male status by the huge ear plugs Serpent bifurcated tongue Big mask on to represent the rain god Wears cociyo mask
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