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IMAGE 34/64, ID# 9164
Mexico City Anthropological Museum
Mexico City Anthropological Museum
This exhibit represents the atrocities commited by the Spanish conquistadors, defiling the pre-hispanic art obtects, in this case an image of the deity of the earth `Doce caña`, and supplanting it with their own religious symbolisms (the cross). Through this religious cleansing process, the Spanish destroyed or mutilated most of the original artefacts.
Keywords: conquest religion destruction archeology anthropology history colonisation Mexico City Anthropological Museum America
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Album name:Pre-hispanic artefacts
Continent:America
Country:Mexico
Location:Mexico City
Date added:21 Sep, 2012
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