Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire

Teotihuacan was the first and most influential metropolis on the American continent. “Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire” is a major traveling exhibition organized by the de Young Museum in San Francisco and the exhibit is now at the Phoenix Art Museum. We are joined by Gilbert Vicario, the Selig Family chief curator for the Phoenix Art Museum, Dr. Saburo Sugiyama, research professor at the ASU school of human evolution and social change, and Dr. Michael Smith, professor of archaeology and director for the ASU Teotihuacan research laboratory.

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Gilbert Vicario, the Selig Family chief curator for the Phoenix Art Museum, Dr. Saburo Sugiyama, research professor at the ASU school of human evolution and social change, and Dr. Michael Smith, professor of archaeology and director for the ASU Teotihuacan research laboratory.

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