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TIME - Article on Fernando Botero and the Girth of his figures. January 16, l995.
SCHOLASTIC - Art and Man. Volume 21, #5, March 3, l991
MATHEMATICS - A Mathematics Lesson from the Maya Civilization. Volume 5, Number 3, Page 154, November l998, Society of National Association Publications, Reston, VA.
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MAYAS Portraits of a People. Frank H. McClung Museum. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN July 11, l998 - January 4, l999, and
Explorers Hall, National Geographic Society,
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