Category Archives: Mayan Classicism

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America welcomes new member and guest blogger, Nate Walker, to share his views on the Classicist Blog. This post is part one of two; please check back next month for the conclusion to Mayan Classicism.

Mayan Classicism: Axial Symmetry in Uxmal (Part II of II)

by Nathaniel R. Walker Graduate Student (Ph.D), History of Art & Architecture, Brown University The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art welcomes member and guest blogger, Nate Walker, to share his views on the Classicist Blog. This post is part … Read more »

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Mayan Classicism: Axial Symmetry in Uxmal (Part I of II)

by Nathaniel R. Walker Graduate Student (Ph.D), History of Art & Architecture, Brown University The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art welcomes new member and guest blogger, Nate Walker, to share his views on the Classicist Blog. This post is … Read more »

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