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Textile, Nazca-Huari culture, Peru, ca. 500-600. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Ethnologisches Museum Sammlung: Ethnologisches Museum | Amerika

Textile, Nazca-Huari culture, Peru, ca. 500-600. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Ethnologisches Museum Sammlung: Ethnologisches Museum | Amerika

Tunic Fragment Date: 7th–9th century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Accession Number: 30.16.1

Tunic Fragment Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Accession Number:

textile-museum: “ • Tunic, Peru, Huari Style, ca. 850-950. L: 210.00 cm, W: 59.00 cm. TM 91.351. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1941. ”

textile-museum: “ • Tunic, Peru, Huari Style, ca. 850-950. L: 210.00 cm, W: 59.00 cm. TM 91.351. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1941. ”

South America

Bolivian ladies in brightly colour traditional clothing on Uros Island, Lake Titicaca.

The Weaver, 1698. By Christoph Weigel. The loom can be seen in detail on this engraving, worked with pedals. The worker is about to move the shuttle back through the threads. The man on the left is pulling wool through a weaving comb. A barrel and basket with wools are seen on the foreground. German

'The Weaver' (with man combing wool on the left), Christoph Weigel

Paracas mantle, ca. 200bc - 200 ad, Peru.

Paracas mantle, ca. Embroidery [Stone-Miller, To Weave with the Sun,

Woven Design

In Photos: The World's Oldest Indigo Dye

Cotton plain weave with indigo blue yarns forming a warp stripe on one edge and weft bands with a float patterning. Photo by Lauren Urana

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