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MANTLE
SOUTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTION
 
Catalog No: 41.0/ 1508
Culture: PARACAS
Locale: SOUTH COAST, ICA
Country: PERU
Period: 800-100 B.C.
Material: CLOTH (CAMELID FIBER, COTTON)
Dimensions: L:230.5 W:118 (in CM)
Technique: PLAIN WEAVE, STEM STITCH EMBROIDERY
Subject: MYTHICAL FIGURES WITH FELINE AND BIRD FEATURES AND TROPHY HEADS
Acquisition Year: 1915 [GIFT]
Donor: JUILLIARD, A. D.
Collector: MONTERO, MANUEL
Keywords: MANTLE
Categories: COSTUME, TEXTILE
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Publication History:
ANTHROPOLOGY UNMASKED: MUSEUMS, SCIENCE AAND POLITICS IN NEW YORK CITY. FREED, STANLEY A. Publisher: ORANGE FRAZER PRESS. 2012


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