|Name:||Dumbarton Oaks Research Laboratory and Collection, Harvard University|
|Street Address:||1703 32nd St, NW|
|State:||District of Columbia|
|Staff Contacts:||Dir: Edward L. Keenan;
Dept Dir / Cur (Pre-Columbian Studies):
Jeffrey Quilter 202-339-6440 QuilterJ@doaks.org;
Asst Cur (Pre-Col): Juan Antonio Murro;
Libr (Pre-Col Studies): Bridget Gazzo|
|Quality of Online Info:||Descriptive history of collection; List of objects|
|Focus:||Pre-Columbian Gallery closed until 2007; Maya collection: sculpture, ceramic vessels decorated with relief and paint, Jaina figurines, jade and shell ornaments; Highlights: stone monuments and two relief tablets from Palenque and El Cayo, Door Lintel 1 from Kuna Lacanja, head of Maize God from Temple 22 in Copan, alabaster vessel|
|Source:||Grube, Nikolai, ed. Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest. Cologne: Konemann, 2000. 452, 455.
Schulze, Marco and Boris Eggers, eds. Museums of the World. 11th Rev. and Enl. ed. Volume 2.
Handbook of International Documentation and Information Series. Volume 16.
Muchen: K.G. Saur, 2004. 821. U of Utah Libraries.