Linda Schele Drawing Collection, Ancient Americas
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Источник: Schele Drawing Collection, Ancient Americas
Описание: Коллекция из около 1100 рисунков, прорисовок археологических памятников, иероглифов майя, сделанных Линдой Шиле. Рисунки в коллекции снабжены описанием.
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Linda Schele was a prolific Mesoamerican scholar who died in 1998. She originally trained as a studio art teacher and has written several great books which include "Maya Glyphs: The Verbs" (Schele 1982), the "Palenque Bodega" book (Schele and Mathews 1979), "The Blood of Kings" (Schele and Miller 1986), "A Forest of Kings" (Schele and Freidel 1990), "Maya Cosmos" (Freidel, Schele, and Parker 1993), and "The Code of Kings" (Schele and Mathews 1998).
Linda wanted her spirit of openness and sharing to continue after her death, and she and her husband David stipulated that FAMSI should be the central clearing-house for the public dissemination of her drawings, via its web-site. The original drawings have been bequeathed to the Schele Collection in the Benson Library at the University of Texas.
In accordance with Linda’s wishes, the drawings contained in this archive are freely available to all interested parties for scholarly study.