Illuminating the extraordinary measures Aztec artists took to record their culture.
With help, the archaeologist finds evidence of the illusive Comanche.
Archaeologist Severin Fowles re-imagines Native religion as Native science.
Valentin Lopez, of the Amah Mutsun, uses fire to save his peoples culture.
Resistance begun by Aztec builders continues through today.
Horses continue to be an important part of Comanche identity and tradition.
In Peru, people still build traditional Inca grass bridges.
How the Aztecs used color to represent the aftermath of colonialism.