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Unmasked: Icons of Duality at Hueco Tanks

Tuesday April 11, 2017

11776 New Mexico 337
Tijeras, NM 87059
US

Phone: 281-3304
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$5

Ages:

18+

Contact:

Kym Campbell

Phone: 505.286.3616
Website: Click to Visit

Flyer

More than 40 years ago interpretations of the prehistoric pictographs at Hueco Tanks State Historic Site, Texas, suggested: direct contact between Mesoamerican and Southwestern cultures; depictions of prominent Mexican deities; and imagery thought to represent katsina masks. These remain controversial. Recent research questions these assumptions. Elements, icons, and motifs at Hueco Tanks indicate participation in widespread and ethnically distinct ideologies rather than long distance diffusion. These images include Venus, twinned fish elements, and other representations associated with duality.