Panama Archaeology Exhibit Gallery

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Close-up of fish motif on an orange mola vest.

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Mola-inspired design of FSU seal from a recruitment poster for former FSU Professor and Chair Dr. Robert Dailey's semester teaching abroad at the FSU Panama City, Panama campus.

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An orange mola vest.

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Photograph of Panamanians Vielka Perez and her aunt, a ceramicist who made the artifacts pictured inspired by design from Panamanian archaeological ceramics of the region.

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Red and black painted vessel, Chiriqui Phase, AD 900-1500, Alligator Ware.

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Student creating drawing of border used in the exhibit.

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Students beginning the design and installation of the exhibit.

 

Acknowledgment - This exhibit is a result of the Fall 2021 Museum Anthropology class under the direction of Dr. Amy Kowal with the assistance of FSU Anthropology graduate student Amy Socha. The following FSU undergraduate students curated this exhibit: Nathan Burke, Selena Kuhlman, Anna Paulsen, Casey Pope, Taylor Purtell, Tyler Tucci, Dawson Tucker, and Erin Walls. 

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