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Department of Archaeology

 
When: 
Wednesday, 2 December, 2020 - 17:00 to 18:00
Event speaker: 
Edith Ortiz Díaz (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

'The metallurgical work in Pre-Columbian America achieved a high degree of development. Even though in the Mesoamerican area the development of metallurgy started very late, during the post- Classic period (600 A.D.). Nevertheless, various techniques, such as lost wax casting and false filigree were rapidly developed and improved. The objective of this presentation is to analyze the different metal traditions in the Maya area and Oaxaca.'

 

 

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Contact name: 
Oliver Antczak
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Event location: 
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Geographical areas: 
Americas
Subjects: 
Archaeological Science
Archaeology
Themes: 
Science, Technology and Innovation
Material Culture
Research Expertise / Fields of study: 
Material Culture
Art and Iconography
Archaeometallurgy
Periods of interest: 
Other Historical
Other Late Prehistory
Other Prehistory
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