Serpentarium Mundi of Alexei Alexeev The Ophidian Iconography Quest (Mundus Vetus & Mundus Novus, 2004 - present)
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Set SAM-bol-001. Highlights of Alexei Alexeev's research travels and his exploration of Bolivian museum collections, archaeological sites, and religious complexes in quest of artefacts featuring ophidian iconography. A complete list of visited and prospective locations is available on the Sources introductory page of the Compendium.


Expedition: Dates: Locations: Collections/Monuments:
First Bolivian
Expedition

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(Exploratory
Survey)
30 July
2014
Tiwanaku Tiwanaku Temple Complex (Kalasasaya, Semi-Subterranean Temple, Pumapunku, Akapana)

Source-Image(s): All images are from Alexei Alexeev's personal photo archive. All artefacts will be available for viewing in the Compendium's respective volumes after the completion of the fully integrated iconographic database. Some of the artefacts will be represented by several figures (offering a general view and details).

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