Deep Bowl, c. 3000–2000 B.C.E, Middle Jōmon Period, low-fired clay, excavated from Miyanomae, Ina-Ishi, Nagano, Japan; and a Dogū, c. 1000–400 B.C.E., Late Jōmon Period, low-fired clay, excavated from Rokugoishinadate, Misato-cho, Akita, Japan (Tokyo National Museum)
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Dr. Atl's The Eruption of Paricutin
with Carmen Gaitán Rojo, Director of Museo Nacional De Arte
For two years, Dr. Atl (born Gerardo Murillo) recorded the daily evolution of a volcano that formed just outside his cabin. For the first time in modern science, one could study and record a volcano’s creation.