The Northern Sierra of Puebla. Interwoven Looks

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The exhibition The Northern Sierra of Puebla: Interwoven Looks is presented in order to show part of the archaeological materials recovered by researchers from the INAH Puebla Center in the mountain northern area of the state, to emphasize the importance of the heritage of the area through cultural practices of the present and their relationship with the past.

In the course of the exhibition, ethnographic objects are presented as a book to counteract witchcraft, written by the Otomí healer Alfonso Margarito García; a semblance of the Otomi flyer ritual, and a scepter of macuilxóchitl, used in Xolotla, Pahuatlán, during the gratitude ritual for corn.

As a complement, 30 color photographs are shown in medium and large format, taken from the year 2000 to date, by the archeologists of the Archeology projects of the Sierra Norte de Puebla, Teteles de Ávila Castillo and Rupestrian Art of the State of Puebla, in which you can see the field work and the explorations in the sites, as well as the popular festivities in the mountains.


December 19 2018 to May 26 2019
From Tuesday to Sunday , 09:00 - 17:00 hrs.
$60.00MX general entry, Free admission professors, students, children under 13 years old, and seniors with valid ID. Sunday free access for national public and foreign residents.


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