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Book: Hilos de Identidad

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Seven loose sheets, unbound, for seven different villages
This is a small folio published by the Museo Ixchel de Traje Indigena de Guatemala, in Guatemala City. This publication seems to be the first installment of a projected series. It consists of seven sheets, one for each of seven different traditional Maya pueblos: San Juan Sacatepequez, Santo Domingo Xenacoj, Comalapa, Santa Apolonia, Tecpan Guatemala, Solola, and Todos Santos Chuchumatan. The first six are all Kakchikel Maya villages, the last is Mam. Each sheet pictures and describes woven and sewn design elements in various of the museum's textiles, as well as general characteristics of the community. These sheets were published in 2007 and are in NEW condition. They come in a plastic bag. The picture to the left is the front of the San Juan Sac. page, the picture below is the back of the Todos Santos page.

Author: Barbara Knoke de Arathoon (text)

Number of pages: 14 (7 sheets), with color photos. Text is in Spanish

Format: individual sheets measuring 8.5 x 11 inches

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