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religion_objects11-19 - (Group Discussion) Dia de los...

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AMS 21: Objects and Death—A Dia de los Muertos Case Study Artifact #4: GROUP OBJECT (not one of these)
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Artifact Explorations Describe your object—materials, colors, size Does your object tell a story? If so, what? What meaning do you think your object had to its maker? What meaning do you think your object might have to its  user? Is this a religious object, why or why not?
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Unformatted text preview: (Group Discussion) Dia de los Muertos decorations, cemetery outside of Xoxocatalan, Mexico (2001) p. 245-259, Second Hand Dia de los Muertos, altar Review: What does your groups artifact mean?--Is its meaning the same or different from a decorated grave? Or an altar? ???? Objects of memoryhow would you compare/contrast the meaning of your group object to this? ????...
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