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OER sources for Pre-Columbian Art
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Boundless Art History
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Voicethread by Dr. Marguerite Mayhall on Maya Bloodletting
Focuses on the lintels from Yaxchilan that depict the bloodletting ceremony of Lady Xok and its consequences and significance. Refers to other images of bloodletting in vase painting.