Native American flayed by a priest
|[Native American flayed by a priest]. Description: Native American priest removes the skin of a man surrounded by native American soldiers. In the background is a scene of warfare or duel. Includes knife, spears, feathered headdresses, shield, and sword. Source creator: Montanus, Arnoldus, 1625?-1683. Source title: De Nieuwe en onbekende Weereld: of Beschryving van America. Source place of publication: t'Amsterdam. Source publisher: By Jacob Meurs Boek-verkooper en Plaet-snyder, op de Kaisars-graf, schuin over de wester-markt, in de stad Meurs. Source date: 1671. Record number: 01631-84.
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|Native American flayed priest removes skin man surrounded native American soldiers scene warfare duel Includes knife spears feathered headdresses shield sword Aztecs Religion Indians of Mexico Rites ceremonies Spanish America
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