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Peabody Number: 974-10-30/8906
Display Title: Wood, gesso and polychromed standing figure. unbearded male. one arm and sun emb
Descriptions:
Inventory Description: Wooden human male figurine, on pedestal base, painted, missing arm.
Object Description: Wood, gesso and polychromed standing figure. Unbearded male. One arm and sun emblem (on chest) are missing. Eyes appear to be carved and painted, but may be glass. Capital letters on base read "II. Tupac Yopan Que"
Classification:
Figurine
Department:
Ethnographic
Date: 1600-1800
Culture/Period:
Colonial Period
Inca
Geography/Provenience:
South America/Peru
Materials: Wood, Pigment, Gesso, Lead alloy, Glass
Dimensions: Overall: 32 × 13.5 × 9.2 cm, 1.4017 lb. (12 5/8 × 5 5/16 × 3 5/8 in., 635.8 g)
Quantity: 1
Provenance:
Donor: Morton Safford (1974)
Collector: Capt. Eliphalet Smith, Jr. (1816 ?)
Owner: Josephine Smith Gould
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