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Weaving and Spinning
Zapotec: Weavers of Teotitlan
Andra F. Stanton
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This beautifully illustrated book celebrates the enduring weaving tradition of the Zapotec Indians of Teotitlan, Mexico, who have been producing textiles since at least 900 B.C.
ISBN: 9780890133347 Author: Phillips, Jaye R. Author: Phillips, Jaye R. Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Press Location: Santa Fe : Subject: Social life and customs Subject: Customs & Traditions Subject: Mexico Subject: Weaving Subject: Hand weaving Subject: Zapotec weavers Subject: Zapotec textile fabrics Subject: Hand weavng Subject: Latin America - Mexico Subject: Zapotec weavers - Mexico - Teotitlan de Valle Subject: Zapotec textile fabrics - Mexico - Subject: Crafts-Weaving and Spinning Edition Description: Includes bibliographical references (p. 114). Series Volume: no. 931 Publication Date: 19991031 Binding: TRADE PAPER Language: English Illustrations: Yes Pages: 128 Dimensions: 10.42x8.54x.39 in. 1.25 lbs.
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