South american people dating from 1100 ad
The Zuni, Hopi, and Acoma cultures farmed in river and creek bottoms in the desert.
In addition, we have a small collection of wood and textile artworks from Peru.Most of the pieces considered to be artworks were accessioned before 1970. 250 and 900, contemporary with the Classic Maya period, although we have some earlier and later materials.For artifacts donated after that date, we have required documentation that the pieces were imported prior to 1970, the year the UNESCO convention on the protection of cultural property was enacted. Collections include Classic Maya ceramics from the area of Copán in Honduras, the highland Quiché area in Guatemala, and neighboring lowlands in the Petén.Three culture areas are featured in this on-line exhibit: Mesoamerica, the Intermediate Area, and the Central Andes.The Intermediate Area extends further south from Honduras and El Salvador to Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador.
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In addition to these Maya collections from Central America, the Precolumbian Maya in Mexico are represented by a small sample of ceramics from Yucatán, including Classic Maya painted vessels and Maya sherds dating to the Late Postclassic period (A. 1200-1540) collected by John Goggin in the area of Mérida Three culture areas are featured in the Latin American online exhibit: Mesoamerica, the Intermediate Area, and the Central Andes.