The Tuxtla Statuette illuminates an endangered Latin American culture
New research cites the colossal construction as evidence of the civilization's rapid recovery from a devastating eruption
New analysis of the 16th-century "Codex Telleriano-Remensis" reveals 12 references to the natural disasters
The well-preserved plants were likely used in a ritual ceremony
Was La Malinche, Indigenous Interpreter for Conquistador Hernán Cortés, a Traitor, Survivor or Icon?
A new exhibition at the Denver Art Museum explores the legacy of an enslaved woman who aided Spain's conquest of the Americas
The NYC cultural institution sent the objects to the Museo Nacional de Costa Rica as an "as an unrestricted gift"