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General Aztecs Maya Tocuaro Kids Contact 27 Feb 2017/12 Water
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Screen with scenes from the conquest of Mexico - Aztec musicians and dancers in a canoe

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Watch a short video on one of the most iconic of Aztec artefacts - the Mexica headdress in Vienna

Professor Felipe Fernández-Armesto

What did the Spanish do after the native population collapsed [in the century after the Conquest]? asked Crosshall Junior School. Read what Professor Felipe Fernández-Armesto had to say.

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Phil painting Aztec art

Drawing on Aztec art

Our youngest son Phillip is proving to be a talented artist. Having been commissioned to produce illustrations to accompany several of the articles featured on these pages, Phil has offered the originals for sale: send in your offers...

‘Chac mool’ 2006
‘Chac mool’ 2006 (Click on image to enlarge)

And more will no doubt be on their way...!

‘Incense pot’ 2006
‘Incense pot’ 2006 (Click on image to enlarge)

The originals vary between A4 and A3 in size, and are unmounted.

‘Aztec heart’ 2006
‘Aztec heart’ 2006 (Click on image to enlarge)

It was Phil, who, aged 15 back in 2003, played out the great Aztecs exhibition at the Royal Academy in London on the closing night on one of our large Aztec huehuetl drums!

‘Aztec mother and child’ 2006
‘Aztec mother and child’ 2006 (Click on image to enlarge)
‘Aztec mask’ 2006
‘Aztec mask’ 2006 (Click on image to enlarge)
‘Plumed serpent’ 2006
‘Plumed serpent’ 2006 (Click on image to enlarge)
‘Xochipilli’ 2006
‘Xochipilli’ 2006 (Click on image to enlarge)
Phil at the Royal Academy

For more information, please contact Ian Mursell on 020 7622 9577

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