Ioanna MacLaren Walsh

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Calvaria crystallina in Museo Britannico (Am1898C3.1 [1]), calvariae Mitchell-Hedges dimensionibus similis.[2][3]
Eugenius Boban, Francicus qui artifacta praecolumbiana altero saeculi undevicensimi dimidio tractabat, fonsque multarum calvariarum crystallinarum erat.

Ioanna (vulgo Jane) MacLaren Walsh (nata Bronx[4] in burgo Neoeboracensi) est anthropologa, biographa, et investigatrix Americana, quae operam in Museo Nationali Historiae Naturalis Instituti Smithsoniani Vasingtoniae in Districtu Columbiae sito dedit. Simulatis artifactis praecolumbianis detegendis innotuit.

Inter res notabiles quas investigavit sunt calvariae crystallinae opinatarum Mesoamericanarum (plerumque Aztecarum) originum ac quaedam calvaria a Bibliotheca Investigativa et Collectione Dumbarton Oaks curata et vera ut dicitur imago praecolumbiana Tlazolteotl, deae Aztecae mediique Mexici.[5]

Calvariae crystallinae Walsh primum tenuerunt cum una calvaria sine fonte ad Institutum Smithsonianum anno 1992 fortuite peradveniret.[6] Indiciis miscoscopicis utens, calvariam Mitchell-Hedges fraudem esse insigniter probavit.[7] Vitam Eugenii Boban (1834–1908), Francici rerum praecolumbianarum negotiatoris, anno 2019 edidit.

Alumna est Universitatis Catholicae Americae.[8]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Catalogus
  2. Walsh 2010.
  3. Situs interretialis calvariae Mitchell-Hedges proprius.
  4. Trescott 2005.
  5. Walsh 2008a, 2008b.
  6. Vide commemorationem huius rei in commentario in magazina Archaeology anno 2008 edito (Walsh 2008a).
  7. Walsh 2010.
  8. Trescott 2005; Walsh 1993.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Trescott, Jacqueline. 2005. Antiquities Sleuth Has a Fraud Mandate. Washington Post, 29 Martii.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 1993. Myth and Imagination in the American Story: The Coronado Expedition, 1540–1542. Dissertatio doctoralis (Ph.D.). Universitas Catholica Americae.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 1997. Crystal skulls and other problems: or, "don't look it in the eye." In Exhibiting Dilemmas: Issues of Representation at the Smithsonian, ed. Amy Henderson et Adrienne L. Kaeppler. Vasingtoniae: Smithsonian Institution Press. ISBN 1-56098-690-5. OCLC 34598037.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 2004. La vasija de obsidiana de Texcoco. Arqueología Mexicana 12(70): 66–67.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 2005. What is Real? A New Look at PreColumbian Mesoamerican Collections. AnthroNotes: Museum of Natural History Publication for Educators 26(1): 1–7, 17–19. Vasingtoniae: Smithsonian Institution and the National Museum of Natural History Anthropology Outreach Office. ISSN 1548-6680. OCLC 8029636. PDF.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 2006. Falsificando la historia: Los falsos objetos prehispánicos. Arqueología Mexicana 14(82): 14–15.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 2008a. Legend of the Crystal Skulls. Archaeology 61(3): 36–41. ISSN 0003-8113. OCLC 1481828. Textus interretialis. Novi Eboraci: Archaeological Institute of America.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 2008b. La Tlazolteotl de Dumbarton Oaks: un regard sous la surface. Journal de la Société des Américanistes 94(1): 7–43. Lutetiae: Société des Américanistes.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren. 2010. The Skull of Doom: The Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull: Fact, fiction, and the creation of myth. Archaeology Magazine, 27 Maii.
  • Walsh, Jane MacLaren, et Brett Topping. 2019. The Man Who Invented Aztec Crystal Skulls: The Adventures of Eugène Boban. Novi Eboraci et Oxoniae: Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-1-78920-095-9.
  • Yao, Laura. 2008. The Legend Of the Crystal No-Brainer. Washington Post, 10 Iulii.