ONLINE! Surprising Archaeology of Peru

Code: AA51016

Dates: April 9-30, 2021

Meets: 9:45 AM to 10:45 AM

Sessions: 4

Course Fee: $79.00

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From the enigmatic Nazca lines etched in the desert to Machu Picchu, Peru is a country full of puzzles of mysteries. Even pre-dating the Incas, people from various ancient cultures built impressive cities, temples, aqueducts and pyramids. Explore some of these less well- known sites as well as those created by the Incas who were master stonemasons, architects, innovative farmers and talented ceramists. Learn about the meaning of the rituals and traditions which influenced their life and art.
Fee: $79.00

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Tatiana Zelenetskaya Young

TATIANA ZELENETSKAYA YOUNG, native of Kiev, Ukraine, is a professional belly dancer who has been involved in Middle Eastern dance for many years and is a PhD Candidate in Anthropology at Temple University. Tatiana performs Egyptian cabaret and modern Egyptian dance and teaches archaeology classes for Main Line School Night. She performed across the tri-state area under her stage name, Kahina Asurah and appeared on the MIND TV program in the history of Belly Dance section. Tatiana travels (and has been living in some countries) around the world to achieve a deeper understanding of dance, its cultural significance and its sacred and primordial nature as well as visited many archaeologically significant areas.. She can be reached by kahinaasurah@yahoo.com, or you are welcome to visit her website www.kahinaasurah.com.

tua80818@temple.edu

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