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Two fabrics sewn together (one on the outside, one on the inside – each a loomed width) to form a circular band. The fabric on the outside is tapestry-woven band with four panels, each showing a full-face standing figure wearing a headdress on a red, green or black background. The drawing is in the Tiahuanaco style but lacks the expected precision. The fabric on the inside is a heavy single weft double-cloth patterned by brown and ivory panels of checkerboard. Made in: Tiahuanaco, Peru. Date: 1100s. Record ID: chndm_1969-170-4.

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