EMBODYING EMOTIONS: VISUALIZATION OF EMOTIONAL STATES IN THE MAYAN TERRACOTTA OF THE FIRST MILLENNIUM АD
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EMBODYING EMOTIONS: VISUALIZATION OF EMOTIONAL STATES IN THE MAYAN TERRACOTTA OF THE FIRST MILLENNIUM АD
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In article reveals and interprets the range of emotions expressed at characters of the terracotta figurines. There are raised the questions of facial expressions of concrete positive, negative and neutral emotions. In cases of subject definiteness are fixed the triggers of the main emotions. There are noted characteristic features in the image of concrete psychoemotional states on figures and on painted polikhromny ceramics. General regularities are revealed in art expression of emotions and feelings peculiar to these groups of sources.
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maya, terracotta figurines, facial expressions, emotions, feelings
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01.03.2018
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