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Peabody Number: 974-10-30/8907
Display Title: Polychromed wood and gesso standing figure, representing member of the inca nobi
Descriptions:
Inventory Description: Wooden human male figurine, on pedestal base, painted, damaged base.
Object Description: Polychromed wood and gesso standing figure, representing member of the Inca nobility. Wears tunic, cape and crown. Knee ornament, which includes "lion" emblem is missing. Glass eyes. Lead fingers. 13" h. Capital letters on base: "10 Una Yopan.Que"
Classification:
Figurine
Department:
Ethnographic
Date: 1600-1800
Culture/Period:
Colonial Period
Inca
Geography/Provenience:
South America/Peru
Materials: Plaster, Pigment, Wood
Dimensions: Overall: 32.9 × 12.7 × 8.8 cm, 1.3962 lb. (12 15/16 × 5 × 3 7/16 in., 633.3 g)
Quantity: 1
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