|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||Mexico (Central America)|
|Culture Area:||Central America|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from Robert M. Zingg, 1938|
|Other Number:||38-23-137 - Other Number|
Bunches of yellow wainush [parrot?] feathers hanging from fiber cord. "Worn by children at the elote feast, or the ceremony of the first fruits. Prized for its yellow color which is the predominating color of this festival, possibly because of the yellow color of ripening corn. Worn as a necklace [bandoleer?] around the chest." Possibly came from shaman's basket 38-23-137.
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