2007 Barbara Knoke de Arathoon. Translation: Jennifer Hope and Molly S. Hope.
An enormous repertory of symbols appears on indigenous dress and weavings - embroidered, woven, or appliqué. In this book you will find some of these symbols, ranging from flowers hiding in the striking design of a huipil to others less easily recognized such as the “village square”, the offering plate, the dead turkey (a wedding gift), the serpent, the two-headed eagle, the tree of life, and the star.
English, soft cover, 24 pages, photos in black and white and color.
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