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HMNS Weekly Happenings
June 19, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

Mixers & Elixirs   It’s time to mix it up!   Mixers and Elixirs is back for the summer with live music, food trucks, cash bars and intelligent nighlife with a twist.   Fridays from 7-10 p.m.   June23 – Mango Punch   July 21 – Electric Circus   August 11 – Grupo Kache   […]

Aztec Crime And Punishment: Results Of The International Conference For The Codex Xolotl
June 16, 2017 · 4 Comments

By Jerry Offner, Associate Curator for Northern Mesoamerica Houston Museum of Natural science   The Houston Museum of Natural Science and La Bibliothèque nationale de France have been cooperating in a new and unique scientific endeavor: special imaging of two Aztec Codex documents from before the Spanish conquest. Part one of this article will discuss the imaging […]

HMNS Weekly Happenings
May 22, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

Lecture – Roman Legionnaires – The Soldiers of the Roman Empire by John Keahey Each item of armor, weaponry and equipment of the typical Roman legionary soldier from 1 to 300 A.D. will be explained by historian John Keahey, while in character. The Roman auxiliary soldier, who was recruited from non-Roman tribe and could earn […]

Pharaonic Fitness Test!
May 19, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

  The image above shows a carved granite slab on display in our Hall of Ancient Egypt. It depicts Rameses II running a symbolic race during one of his Heb-Sed festivals. He carries a water jug over his shoulder possibly representing the burden of his rule. But what is all this for? Some readers of this […]


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