The artwork appearing on
the Cancer Control Journal Index for this issue features Seated Couple,
Ecuadoran, Coastal Bahiá phase, from the Los Esteros region, c. 300BC-AD200.
Ceramic with color, 18-1/2". From the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg,
Florida. Gift of Wayne and Frances Knight Parrish.
The artwork featured in
each of the articles of this issue are:
Smiling Figure in Priest
Tunic (detail). Mexican, Vera Cruz, late Classic period, AD 550-950. Promised
gift of Harold and Rada Fredrikson.
Avian Pendant. Costa Rican, greater Chiriquí, sub area, Diquís, 700-1500.
Gold, 4-3/8" x 5-5/8". Gift of Dr. Mark Sheppard.
Large Plate with Crocodile Symbols. Panamanian, Coclé period VI, c. 1000-1200.
Ceramic, 3-1/2" x 13-1/2". Gift of Dr. Mark Sheppard.
Effigy Beaker (detail). Peruvian, Sicán, Lambayeque, c. 950-1250. Gold,
7-3/4" x 7-1/4". Gift of Dr. Mark Sheppard.
Standing Dog (detail). West Mexico, Colima, proto-classic, c. 100 BC-AD250.
Terra cotta, slipped and burnished redware, 11-7/8" x 15-3/4" x 10-7/8".
Gift of Wayne and Frances Knight Parrish.
Provided courtesy of the
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida.