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Object Name: Corner fragmet of a textile
Culture: Nasca/Wari culture
Place of Origin: Nasca Valley, south coast of Peru
Date/Era: 700-900 CE
Medium/Materials: Cotton, camelid hair, dyed; plain weave with supplementary-weft float patterning (reinforced tapestry)
Dimensions: 36 x 33 cm
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust.
Accession Number: X65.11879
One warp and one weft selvage are preserved.
Source: Elena Phipps,?The Peruvian Four-Selvaged Cloth. Ancient Threads / New Directions.?Fowler Museum Textile Series, No. 12, Los Angeles, 2013