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A long, narrow band made out of fibre, thread or other material.
banda cefálica tipo turbante
Head band made up of bands of fabric like a turban.
Rustic fabric introduced by the Spaniards and made on a vertical or pedal operated Spanish loom, whose weft and warp have a balanced relationship. Usually of sheep wool.
bienes culturales muebles
Movable objects that are the expression or testimony of human creation or the evolution of nature and that have an archaelogical, historical, artistic, scientific or technical value, in particular those that belong to the following categories: I) the product of excavations on land or under water; ii) ancient objects such as instruments, pottery, inscriptions, coins stamps, jewels, arms and funerary remains, especially mummies; iii) elements from the dismanteling of historic monuments; iv) materials of anthropological and ethnological interest; v) objects that refer to history, the history of science and technology; social and military history as well as the life of the people and their leading national thinkers, scientists and artists and the events of national importance; vi) objects of artistic interest such as paintings and drawings made entirely by hand on whatever base and in all types of material (excluding industrial drawings and manufactured articles decorated by hand) original prints; posters and photographs; works of art and artesanal production made with materials like glass, pottery, metal, wood;.vii) manuscripts and codices, books, documents or publications of special interest; viii) objects of numismatic interest (coins and medals) or philatelic interest such as stamps; ix) documents including recordings of texts, maps and other materials, photographs and films, sound recordings and machine readable documents; x) furniture, tapestries, carpets, clothing and musical instruments; xi) botanical or geological specimens.
Figurative geometrical motif (ina apsu) that consists of a 'V' or chevron form, generally repeated sequentially vertically in a band of design and alternating colour. Usually presents seeds as an attribute. It is oberved in archaeological textiles of faz de urdimbre from the northern and central coasts of Peru in the Late Intermediate Period and in provinical Inka style on the soujthern coast of Peru. Made with selected and reselected techniques that count by three, 3|3, by four, 4|4, and by basic odd, 1|1, and with a simple double weave technique with 1 weft, and oblique interlacing. It is also found in the technique of plaiting and warp faced tapestry. In ethnographic textiles they are generally elaborated in selected technique with a count by evens (twos), 2|2, by basic odd, 1|1, by derived odd, 2|1, in reselected technique by quantity counting by derived odd 2|1, and in double weave. The significance of the motif often has feminine connotations.
Girl's cap, knitted entirely in one piece, with a flap on the front part, like the dried nose of a pig, which, according to local beliefs, protects the child from harm and illness.
Modern item of women's clothing, covering the upper part of the body, made initially from baize by hand and by men: it has a loose and wide style, similar to almilla. Nowadays it is made out of cloth and in general has the same characteristics.
Woollen hat that is round and flat, generally without a peak, can present two extensions on each side on the upper part, like ear flaps, woven in the form of a tube.
Container woven from wool, of different sizes and forms and with specific purposes: comprises the everyday bag and the bag.
bolsa agropastoril
Woven sack, made in one rectangular piece, folded and stitched along the sides; it is made of natural colours and its design is composed of larger strips with smaller ones around the central vertical axis of the bag, as opposed to ritual bags or those for coca leaves in which another design scheme, often more figurative, predominates: it comprises larger, intermediate and smaller versions plus a miniature one.
bolsa ceremonial general
Large, wide bag used as a container for medicinal or ritual instruments.
bolsa ceremonial para llamas
Bag that in its form, colours and motifs has a relation with ceremonial aspects related to camelids - llamas etc.
bolsa ceremonial para maíz
Bag made from woven fibre, in trapezoidal form, with long fringe: in form, colour and motif related to the production of maize.
bolsa cotidiana
Bag that is the smallest of those used domestically or in farming: it presents a combination of strips and is in daily use.
bolsa de implementos alucinógenos
Bag used to hold or contain implements for the preparation and consumption of hallucinogens, often made in tapestry which date to the Tiwanaku period, and according to archaeological finds, its use extends from the region of the eastern valleys to the region around San Pedro de Atacama in the site of Quitor.
bolsa de red
Bag woven in net form that is used for hunting or keeping determinate instruments: it is made out of vegetable or sinuous fibre in interlacing or ringing technique.
bolsa de tipo sobre
Small size ritual bag or pouch like an envelope usually found in funeral belts, used holding coca leaves or other elements that were placed near the dead person or even attached to them.
bolsa en miniatura
Small bag or pouch, made out of camelid wool, approximately 25 mm deep and with a variable width of 12 to 33 mm.
bolsa llana para coca
Bag of plain weave, often of cotton, closed and covered with leaves or feathers and covered in a net. It is possible that this construction expressed the way that the Inkas distributed coca.
bolsa para ceremonias
Range of bags for ceremonial use distinguished by technique, form and colour: comprising bags for general use, bags connected to llamas and those connected to maize production.
bolsa para complejo de rapé y coca
Range of ritual bags used to keep instruments and substances connected to the snuff/coca complex, comprising different bags or containers that vary in size, form, and function like the chuspa (pouch), coca bag etc.
bolsa para cubrir la cabeza del difunto
Ritual bag in the form of a hood palced over the head of the dead, in some cases ordinary bags are used but in others bags are used that have special characteristics for the purpose.
bolsa para depositar la fibra
Bag that is woven or nowadays made out of industrial fibre (sacana) used in collecting and depositing primary materials, in this case wool that has been sheared before it undergoes a selection process.
bolsa para difuntos
Range of ritual bags connected with the dead, and comprising the bag that covers the head of the dead person, the envelope like bag, the rectangular bag for the bone game and the tubular bag.
bolsa para instrumentos
Woven bag in which smaller weaving instruments are placed and kept: instruments for spinning, plaiting, dying, sewing, finishing, especially spindles, needles, samples, threads and pigments amongst others.
bolsa para sustancia alcalina
Range of bags used to contain alkaline substances, like the lye used in the consumption of coca: comprising the soco and ullti.
bolsa rectangular para el juego con huesos
Ritual bag made in warp face generally black but with a strip of red in the middle: it was used to keep llama bones that were part of the game played between relatives of a dead person while the travels of the dead person or other dead member of the family were remembered.
bolsa rectangular anillada
Bag of rectangular form, used for the complex of snuff and coca, presenting stepped geometric designs.
bolsa ritual
Array of bag-like items used for ceremonial and ritual purposes, comprising the bag for the dead, the bag for the snuff/coca complex and others.
bolsa tubular
Ritual bag made out of animal or vegetable fibre, stetched out or rectangular in form with a pull cord round the opening: made using the techniques of simple twining, mesh or looping: it was used to to contain tropy or ritual heads.