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Temple of the Warrior: Rebuilding a Maya Monument
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Panel 5: Mining a Temple

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Panel 9: Ann's Work

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Panel 11: Treasure From Within

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Image of watercolor and helmet and leggings

Objects: Ann's Original Watercolor and Earl's Helmet & Leggings

Image of glass lantern slides

Hand Colored (Glass Plate) Lantern Slides

Image of scrapbook

Ann's Scrapbook Station

Exhibit Contents

  • 13 - 51" x 42" ready-to-hang wall panels
  • 11 - 13" X 31" framed, fine art quality reproductions of hand-colored glass lantern slides
  • 6 - 1/4" x 22" x 120" full scale graphic reproductions of Maya glyphs from columns at the site
  • 1 - audio program of Ann and Earl's comments (available via cell phone and podcast download). Note: Additional fees apply to the cell phone audio tour.
  • 1 - CD of repeating historical lantern slide images, suitable for projection
  • 1 - reproduction of Ann Morris' personal scrapbook from the project
  • 1 - 1/4" = 1' scale model of completed temple (55" x 55" x 19")
  • Collection Objects
  • 2 - original watercolors of Maya glyphs done on site by Ann Morris
  • 2 - field apparel items worn by Earl Morris


  • Size: Approx. 1500 sq ft.
  • Security: Moderate
  • Conservation: Lighting to 15 foot-candles on collection objects

Rental Costs & Shipping

  • $3,850 (Full Exhibit)* / 8 week booking
    * This exhibit is available without the scale model and collection objects.
    (Please inquire about pricing for the "Basic Exhibit")
  • Shipping is the responsibility of the borrowing institution.
    (Crating specifications available upon request)

Booking information for this exhibit.

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