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Archaeological Objects, BCE 2000-CE 1700 (continued)
Accession No.: 2000.110.00.0001 Jalisco female figure, El Arenal style, BCE 300- CE 200
Materials: Painted and resist-fired ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 35 Width: 26 Diameter: 25
Civilization: Jalisco
Location: West Mexico
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Accession No.: 2001.001.00.0001 Quiche Maya three-legged bowl, CE 700-900
Materials: Ceramic slip
Dimensions (cm): Height: 13.7 Width: 23 Diameter: 23.6
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Highlands
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Accession No.: 2001.001.00.0002 Quiche Maya mammiform four-legged bowl, CE 700-900
Materials: Ceramic slip
Dimensions (cm): Height: 12 Width: 28.2 Diameter: 28.7
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Highlands
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Accession No.: 2001.038.00.0001 Miniature flask, CE 600-900
Materials: Molded ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 7.6 Width: 7.2 Diameter: 3.0
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Lowlands
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Accession No.: 2001.038.00.0002 Miniature flask, CE 600-900
Materials: Molded ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 7.7 Width: 7.6 Diameter: 3.1
Civilization: Maya
Location: Unknown
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Accession No.: 2002.069.00.0001 Costa Rican three-legged vessel, undated
Materials: Ceramic slip
Dimensions (cm): Height: 14.2 Width: 16 Diameter: 18
Civilization: Guanacaste
Location: Costa Rica
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Accession No.: 2002.073.00.0001 Small portrait flask, CE 600-900
Materials: Molded ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 6 Width: 5.4 Diameter: 6.5
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Lowlands
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Accession No.: 2002.073.00.0002 Small portrait flask, CE 600-900
Materials: Molded ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 5.5 Width: 5 Diameter: 4
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Lowlands
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Accession No.: 2002.073.00.0003 Small portrait flask, CE 600-900
Materials: Molded ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 5.5 Width: 5.6 Diameter: 4.8
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Lowlands
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Accession No.: 2002.073.00.0004 Twisted face poison bottle, CE 600-900
Materials: Molded ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 4.8 Width: 3.8 Diameter: 4
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Lowlands
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Accession No.: 2002.073.00.0005 Animal effigy poison bottle, CE 600-900
Materials: Molded ceramic
Dimensions (cm): Height: 5.1 Width: 6.4 Diameter: 3.2
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Lowlands
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Accession No.: 2002.073.00.0006 Corpulent miniature flask, CE 600-900
Materials: ceramic, red pigment
Dimensions (cm): Height: 4.8 Width: 5.8 Diameter: 5
Civilization: Maya
Location: Guatemalan Lowlands
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Accession No.: 2003.086.00.0001 Ceramic vessel, BCE 2000-1500
Materials: Ceramic slip
Dimensions (cm): Height: 40 Width: 26.8 Diameter: 25.8
Civilization: Valdivian
Location: Ecuador
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Accession No.: 2008.001.00.001 Fragment of Christ figure, CE 1550-1600
Materials: Carved wood
Dimensions (cm): Height: 9
Civilization: Taino
Location: Dominican Republic
Accession No.: 2008.002.00.002 Gold disk, CE 1600-1700
Materials: Gold
Dimensions (cm): Diameter: 7.9
Civilization: Spanish
Location: Unknown
Accession No.: 2008.003.00.003 Silver fork, CE 1600-1700
Materials: Silver
Dimensions (cm): Length: 13.2
Civilization: Spanish
Location: Unknown
Accession No.: 2008.004.00.004 Silver plate, CE 1600-1700
Materials: Silver
Dimensions (cm): Diameter: 14.9
Civilization: Spanish
Location: Unknown
Accession No.: 2008.005.00.005 Silver spoon, CE 1600-1700
Materials: Silver
Dimensions (cm): Length: 13.7
Civilization: Spanish
Location: Unknown
Manuscripts, 1501-1998
Location: Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress
Historical materials primarily relating to the period immediately after the arrival in the Americas of Europeans.

Material types include appointments, bank drafts, court documents, diaries, field notes, land grants, letters, logbooks, resolutions, sailing orders, sea journals, tracts, and wills.
Grouped alphabetically into four subseries: Andrew Jackson letters; Anglo-American Treaty of 1806 archive; Collection of Florida history; and General manuscript collection, and alphabetically by title therein. Arrangement within each subseries is alphabetical by author.
Manuscripts in this series are held in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. Researchers are advised to contact the Division prior to visiting in order to determine whether the desired materials will be available at that time.
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