|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Date Made||200 BCE-700 CE|
|Materials||Ceramic | Pigment|
Tattoed Man. Red ware; red and white paint. Figure of a man seated cross-legged. Wears cuffs, loincloth and belt, split animal [monkey?] skin headbad, and large disc rising from top of head, held on by tie under chin. Face, upper arms and body bear painted designs. Stirrup spout.
|Credit Line||Gift of Mrs. George W. Childs Drexel, 1939|
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