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Unformatted text preview: 301.23 Chavín de Huántar 22/04/2008 10:59:00 ← Lanzón ← Called because shaped like a lamp ← Associated with phase AB, later just phase A ← Shaped to peak at front ← Piercing floor and ceiling – division of three worlds ← Facing east ← One palm up, one palm down ← Serpent hair, vampire vat on nose, fangs, claws supernatural in form ← Above (gallery 8) found remnant offerings ← Fanged face/bird beak recollects …. ← Circular Plaza Atrium ← Sculptures along outer edge created phase B ← Split stairway w/canal running through ← Purposely narrows ← Heads to top of building B ← Discuss sculptures as “in procession” because they are in profile ← Sculpture pairs are identical all the way around ← Tello Obelisk: Phase C ← Large faces on top looking upwards ← Notch design breaks up at top ← Might associate the bottom with a crocodile, bear, bird, or fish...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course ARH 301 taught by Professor Guernsey during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '08