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Object Name: Corner fragment of a textile
Culture: Nasca/Wari culture
Place of Origin: South coast of Peru
Date/Era: 700 – 1100 CE
Medium/Materials: Cotton and camelid hair; dyed; plain weave with supplementary-weft float patterning
Dimensions: 29 x 28 cm
Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA, Gift of the Wellcome Trust.
Accession Number: X65.12297
Remnants of two selvages are preserved.
Source: Elena Phipps, The Peruvian Four-Selvaged Cloth. Ancient Threads / New Directions. Fowler Museum Textile Series, No. 12, Los Angeles, 2013