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MANTLE
SOUTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTION
 
Catalog No: 41.2/ 8934
Culture: PARACAS
Locale: SOUTH COAST?
Country: PERU
Period: 800-100 B.C.
Material: CLOTH (CAMELID FIBER)
Dimensions: L:260 W:102 (in CM)
Technique: PLAIN WEAVE AND STEM STITCH AND CHAIN STITCH, EMBROIDERY, PLIED FRINGE
Subject: DOUBLE-HEADED BIRDS
Acquisition Year: 1988 [GIFT]
Donor: ERNEST ERICKSON FOUNDATION, INC.
Keywords: MANTLE
Categories: COSTUME, TEXTILE
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Publication History:
PRE-COLUMBIAN ART FROM THE ERNEST ERICKSON COLLECTION. COUCH, NC CHRISTOPHER. EXHIBITION CATALOG. 1988


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