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San Marcos In The Desert
straight line breaks to the dotted line where stark necessity ends and thus allows appropriate rhythm to enter in order to leave suggestion. 1932, 1931 Aerial perspective for San Marcos in the Desert This drawing appears to have been done in preparation for the more fi...
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NOVA scienceNOW: Maya
of the other details that they learned about the Mayans. Student groups can present their maps to the class. Make a time line of Mayan civilization. Ask students why it is important to understand what life was like hundreds or thousands of years ago. Why is it important to investigate...