New Exhibit in Bracken Library: Mexican Artifacts

Mexican Artifacts on display in Bracken Library, second floor, January 7 – March 22, 2013

20 archeological pieces donated by the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico will be on display here at Ball State University’s Bracken Library, outside Room 210.

Each piece represents important cultures and regions including: Teotihuacán (High Central Plateau), Chupicuaro (Mexico Occident), Western Mexico, Mexica, Mayan, Paquimé (Northern Mexico), Central Veracruz, Olmec, Central Plateau, and   Zapotec.  The periods for the artifacts range from 1200 B.C. to 1521 A.D.

The display is sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages and Classics. Be sure to stop by to see these fascinating artifacts!

 

 

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