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Wild fibre camelid: evidence suggests that the llama has evolved from it.
Instrument made out of the shinbone of a llama or even the hooves or fine ribs of bone whose pointed end is used to select the warp threads and to press the already woven weft threads to surround them.
Wild camelid with very fine hair: evidence suggests that the alpaca has evolved from it.
wila awayu
Type of ahuayo where the garment has two red pampas.
zapato de madera
In the rural areas of Bolivia shoe made out of wood, worn in the rainy season for approximately two generations.
zapato de cuero
Accesory for both sexes worn to protect the sole of the foot when walking, made out of animal leather.
zapato de madera con espuelas
In Tarabuco, in the department of Chuquisaca, Bolivia, high platformed wooden shoe, where the back part has large spurs attached, their sound an accompaniment to the dances of Carnival.
Zona de llanura
Region which includes the lowland areas to the east, particularly the formations of the Chaco.
Zonas intermedias de transición
Set of zones inserted in the main regions of Argentina whose characteristics of geography and altitude make them into spaces of transition between different environments.
Subclass of figurative motif, which in its turn is subdivided into anthropomorphic, horse, cat, ornithomorph, ichtyomorph, rodent, insect, reptile, amphibian, camelid in general and other animals.
zoomorfo en general
Zoomorphic figurative motif of an animal of unidentified species. It is seen in archaeological warp faced textiles of Huari and Chancay style, in warp faced technique with balanced weft. This motif is also seen warp faced weaves, elaborated through plain tapestry technique.