Greetings all. My museum currently has an exhibition on the Aztecs which I finally got around to viewing (it closes this week). In it I found this wonderful obsidian sceptre that aside from being a splendid object in its own right, is highly reminiscent (to me) of hooked chaetae found in several polychaete families! I thought it might bring some amusement to the list.
(thanks very much to those who responded to me request for pdf of Day 1965; I have several copies now and can redistribute if anyone needs it)
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