Standard or head-dress?
An historical essay on a relic of ancient Mexico.
By Zelia Nuttall.
|Main Author:||Nuttall, Zelia, Mrs., 1858-1933.|
Cambridge, Mass., Peabody museum of American archaeology and ethnology, 1888.
Featherwork > Featherwork / Mexico.
Mexico > Mexico / Antiquities.
"Appendix. On the complementary signs of the Mexican graphic system": p. 49-52.
The relic is a "unique piece of feather-work dating from the time of the conquest of Mexico and now preserved in the imperial ethnological collection in Vienna."
52 p., 3 l.
3 col. pl.
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