Serpentarium Mundi of Alexei Alexeev The Ophidian Iconography Quest (Mundus Vetus & Mundus Novus, 2004 - present)
● COMPENDIUM'S DATABASE ●
  EUROPE NORTH AFRICA WEST & CENTRAL ASIA SOUTH & SOUTHEAST ASIA EAST ASIA NORTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA
Region 005 of 007 NORTH AMERICA Region 007 of 007
USA
(Prospect)
MEXICO
In development
GUATEMALA
Map | Figures
CANADA
Map | Figures
Map NAM-001. Highlights of Alexei Alexeev's research travels and his exploration of North American 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.

Expeditions: Dates: Countries: Locations:
First* Canadian
Expedition

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(Comprehensive Survey)
6-8 September 2015, 20-21 May 2017,
1-3 September 2017, 23-24 September 2018
Canada Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa
Second Mexican
Expedition

⚑ ⚑
(Exploratory
Survey)
24 February -
4, 6-8 March
2007
Mexico Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Kabah, Palenque, Yaxchilan, Bonampak, Tulum
First Guatemalan
Expedition

⚑ ⚑
(Exploratory
Survey)
4-6 March
2007
Guatemala Tikal
First Mexican
Expedition

⚑ ⚑
(Exploratory
Survey)
16-23 August
2004
Mexico Mexico City, Teotihuacan, Tula
First American Expedition Prospect USA New York, New Haven, Boston, Cambridge, Fitchburg, Providence, Princeton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Cleveland, Toledo, Ann Arbor, Chicago, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Malibu, San Simeon
Third Mexican Expedition Prospect Mexico Mexico City, Xochimilco, Teotihuacan, Tula, Xochicalco, Malinalco, Calixtlahuaca, Puebla, Cholula, Tlaxcala, Cacaxtla, Xochitecatl, Xalapa, Cantona, Papantla, El Tajin, Oaxaca, Monte Alban, Mitla, Dainzu, Lambityeco, Yagul, Palenque, Tonina, Yaxchilan, Bonampak, Calakmul, Chicanna, Becan, Dzibanche, Kohunlich, Edzna, Labna, Uxmal, Mayapan, Dzibilchaltun, Chichen Itza, Ek Balam, Coba, Tulum

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). The map is designed by Alexei Alexeev.

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