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Peabody Number: 974-10-30/8905
Display Title: Wood and gesso polychrome figure, standing male, unbearded. wears coak and tunic
Descriptions:
Inventory Description: Wooden male human figure, on pedestal base, painted.
Object Description: Wood and gesso polychrome figure, standing male, unbearded. wears coak and tunic. All emblems attached. Condition is excellent. Eyes appear to be carved and painted. Lettered in capitals on base: "4. Mayta CCapac Papa"
Classification:
Figurine
Department:
Ethnographic
Date: 1600-1800
Culture/Period:
Colonial Period
Inca
Geography/Provenience:
South America/Peru
Materials: Wood, Plaster, Pigment
Dimensions: Overall: 32.5 × 12.3 × 8.7 cm, 1.4001 lb. (12 13/16 × 4 13/16 × 3 7/16 in., 635.1 g)
Quantity: 1
Provenance:
Donor: Morton Safford (1974)
Collector: Capt. Eliphalet Smith, Jr. (probably 1816)
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