Cacaxtla Figural Ceramics

@inproceedings{Brittenham2014CacaxtlaFC,
  title={Cacaxtla Figural Ceramics},
  author={Claudia Brittenham and Debra Nagao},
  year={2014}
}
Este trabajo examina la ceramica figurativa de Cacaxtla, Tlaxcala, Mexico, particularmente el grupo de decoracion artistica conocido como los “Once Senores de Cacaxtla”, descubierto en 1998, y un par de urnas figurativas encontradas durante las excavaciones de la Acropolis. Estos objetos ofrecen un valioso contrapunto a la evidencia ofrecida por los murales del sitio. En particular, argumentamos que a diferencia de los murales, los Once Senores revelan una profunda interaccion estilistica e… 

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