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100 1  Valiant, Seonaid,|eauthor 
245 10 Ornamental Nationalism :|bArchaeology and Antiquities in 
       Mexico, 1876-1911 /|cby Seonaid Valiant 
246 30 Archaeology and antiquities in Mexico, 1876-1911 
264  1 Leiden :|bBrill,|c[2018] 
300    viii, 291 pages :|billustrations (some color), map ;|c25 
       cm 
490 1  Brill's studies in intellectual history,|x0920-8607 ;
       |vvolume 269 
490 1  Brill's studies on art, art history, and intellectual 
       history ;|vvolume 20 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Nation building -- Designing the porfiriato -- Rag of 
       barbarism: Aztecs and Mayas in international thought (1804
       -1911) -- The inspector general and conservator of 
       archaeological monuments -- Batres in the field -- Batres 
       fought with all the world -- The grand tour: International
       Congress of Americanists, Mexico City, 1910 
520 8  In 'Ornamental Nationalism: Archaeology and Antiquities in
       Mexico, 1876-1911', Seonaid Valiant examines the Porfirian
       government's reworking of indigenous, particularly Aztec, 
       images to create national symbols. She focuses in 
       particular on the career of Mexico's first national 
       archaeologist, Inspector General Leopoldo Batres He was a 
       controversial figure who was accused of selling artifacts 
       and damaging sites through professional incompetence by 
       his enemies, but who also played a crucial role in 
       establishing Mexican control over the nation's 
       archaeological heritage. Exploring debates between Batres 
       and his rivals such as the anthropologists Zelia Nuttall 
       and Marshall Saville, Valiant reveals how Porfirian 
       politicians reinscribed the political meaning of artifacts
       while social scientists, both domestic and international, 
       struggled to establish standards for Mexican archaeology 
       that would undermine such endeavors 
650  0 Antiquities|xPolitical aspects|zMexico 
650  0 Archaeology|zMexico|xHistory|y19th century 
650  0 Archaeology|zMexico|xHistory|y20th century 
650  0 Nationalism|zMexico|xHistory 
830  0 Brill's studies in intellectual history ;|vv. 269 
830  0 Brill's studies in intellectual history.|pBrill's studies 
       on art, art history, and intellectual history ;|vv. 20 
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