Autumn sessionⅠ

September 8 - October 8

Ancient Civilizations of the Americas
The Human and the Supernatural

Information

Exhibition Term
September 8, 2018 - October 8, 2018
Closed Days
Monday
Admission Fees
1,100 JPY
Venue
North Wing
Audio Guides
There

Exhibition Highlights

Mask
Olmec, 900 - 600BC

Figurine
Olmec, 900 - 600BC

Mask
Moche, AD200 - 700

Stone Bowl with Tall-handled Lid
Xochipala, 1500 - 1000BC

Monkey Vessel
Salinar, 200BC- 100AD

Vessel in the Form of a Fish
Chorrera, 1800 - 300BC

Tetrapod Vessel with Dog on Lid
Maya, AD300 - 600

Tunic
Nazca, AD200 - 600

Exhibition Galleries

Entrance Information  Diverse Cultures—Many Ways to Express the Human Body Masks —Donning Supernatural Power Jade—Green the Color of Life Avatars and Supernatural Forms Ritual Feasting—Preserving Cosmic Balance Hieroglyphics and Calendars—History Connected by Ritual Ballgames — Supernatural Communication Gold — Sun and Heat Animals — Guardian Spirits  Textiles—Garments Sent to the Underworld MIHO GRANDAMA
South Wing
North Wing

Autumn sessionⅠ

Ancient Civilizations of the Americas

The Human and the Supernatural

Exhibits

North Wing

Autumn sessionⅠ

Ancient Civilizations of the Americas
The Human and the Supernatural

 Diverse Cultures—Many Ways to Express the Human Body
Masks —Donning Supernatural Power
Jade—Green the Color of Life
Avatars and Supernatural Forms
Ritual Feasting—Preserving Cosmic Balance / Hieroglyphics and Calendars—History Connected by Ritual
Ballgames — Supernatural Communication
Gold — Sun and Heat
Animals — Guardian Spirits
Textiles—Garments Sent to the Underworld
MIHO GRANDAMA