Visit To The Natural Museum Of History

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I enjoyed my visit to the American Natural Museum of History, I had been there once before but, I didn't explore the south American cultures on the second floor as I did on my visit this past Saturday, it was amazing to see the displays of all the different cultures, specially because they are so vivid, I learned a lot on this trip about the different cultures, one of the displays that caught my eye was the Sipan Tomb excavation.I was always under the impression that the only people that had burials similar to this one were Egyptians; Dr. Alva uncovered the most significant archaeological discovery in the western hemisphere. Compared by many to that of the, Egyptian pharaoh King Tutankhamen. Sipans treasure shows the Moches cultural ability to work with different types of metal and stone in the crafting of masks, jewelry and ornamental weapons.I also enjoyed the Andean music playing in the Andean section on the second floor it was amazing to see the instruments essential to political and religious ceremonies music was performed for entertainment and recreation as well.Stirrups ceramic bottles in for of men playing musical instruments. Moche and Salinar styles. Peru the skeletal figure playing the panpipe suggests the link between music death and fertility in ancient beliefs. The samples of music playing of the instruments they had on display was calm and relaxing.I also researched the Inca culture since you came back from your Peru trip raving about it to the class. I found it interesting to learn about their culture. I learned that practically for everyone who was married among the Incas and in the upper classes polygamy was a revered state, granted only to those in high favor with the Inca. Concubines were given to men in...

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