Tag Archives: Field Museum of Natural History

The scientific tourist #319 — Huehueteotl

Found in the ruins of Teotihuacan, and now on display in Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History, it’s Huehueteotl… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #318 — Babirusa

Native to indonesia, and now on display at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, it’s babirusa… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #317 — Daspletosaurus

On display at Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History, it’s Daspletosaurus… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #316 — stela for Teti-nofer

A memorial stela dating from Egypt’s Late New Kingdom, now on permanent display at Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #289 — statue of Sekhmet

Carved from black granite during the Third Intermediate Period (1069-656 BCE), it’s Sekhmet in the Field Museum… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #288 — Cocijo

Spotted in Chicago’s Field Museum, it’s a ceramic urn portraying Cocijo… Continue reading

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