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Peabody Number: 42-12-30/3639B
Display Title: Hat, four-pointed
Descriptions:
Inventory Description: Organic, hat, four-pointed, red with green, yellow and white crosses and llama
Object Description: Complete Huari-style 4-pointed hat of weft-faced, weft-interlock tapestry band; designs: green, yellow, white pluses on red ground. Crown separately woven rectangle (7.2x5.8cm.) with llama design in yellow, green camelid on red ground. Hole cut in center of crown; edges overcast with red camelid (for 5th point?). Four corner points cylindrical, covered in red, yellow, green, brown(?) camelid pile. Warp: red camelid, tripled, (z-2s). Weft: camelid, (z-2s).
Classification:
Woven Fiber
Department:
Archaeological
Culture/Period:
Inca
Middle Horizon?
Huari
Geography/Provenience:
South America/Peru
Geo-Locale: Central Coast; South coast
Materials: Fiber
Dimensions: Overall: 15 x 14 x 8.5 cm (5 7/8 x 5 1/2 x 3 3/8 in.)
Quantity: 1
Provenance:
Donor: Dr. Alfred M. Tozzer (1942)
Donor: Mr. Donald C. Scott (1942)
Collector: Dr. Samuel Kirkland Lothrop (1941-1942)
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