for the Domestic and Heavenly Goddesses Catalog - 11/12/2006
Early history yields powerful evidence of mother goddess cults. Many of the early creation myths depict the creator as female. Although all goddesses can be referred to as mother, not all are maternal. The female has her active roles as protector, lover, worshipper, and daughter. Beginning with the famous paleolithic Venus found in the Dolni caves...
Howard Nowes - 11/12/2005
A Quick Primer... If you have the "bug" to collect; here are a few simple tips to remember. First, educate yourself. Read as much as you can on the subject and see where your mind draws you. Once you have a bit of education, try to establish your yearly budget and a big picture for your collection goals. Think about a long-term plan and...
Tried and True professionals - 12/03/2006
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Howard Nowes - 08/26/2008This article is on the psychology of collecting (art) and why people collect and some of histories great collectors and their collections.
Don Boyles - 09/17/2008
A Very Expressive Poem regarding the experiences of Pre Columbian Man
Dr. Richard Gill - 04/01/2011
I am an orthodontist by trade, but I do have an Anthropology degree, and an Anthropologist by heart.
You should know a little truth about Quimbaya Indians.
They were eaters of human flesh. Cannibals.
Anthony Kurland, Jr. Ph.D - 04/09/2012
Guatemala, Northern Peten, Late Classic Maya, AD 600-900
Polychrome red, orange and black earthenware, height 6.75"
A late classic Maya buff paste ceramic with a white slip, painted with images of Hun Hun Apu, the young maize god, making offerings in a cache vessel (Kerr 8344; compare K5032, K8246, K9179, the latter for its shape)