Dr Chris Carter, archaeologist from ANU
Cultural violence in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica has been an area of interest to scholars since the time of the Spanish conquest of the Aztec empire. Violence was manifest in many forms, from self-inflicted blood-letting, to human sacrificial rituals (including men, women and children) and widespread cannibalism. Join Chris Carter as he discusses the archaeological evidence and compares this to the historic record.
When & Where
Our events are designed to educate, entertain and excite.
The Australian Museum is a place of exploration and discovery, inspiring responsibility for our world by promoting knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of science, nature and culture.
6 College St, Sydney NSW
(02) 9320 6000