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Central American ➔ Basket, Armadillo

Identifier:
139210
Description:
Basket made from armadillo skin. The handle is constructed from an armadillo tail.;Before plastics, people made baskets out of whatever was available, especially the poor who couldn't afford to waste. Identified by Martha Egan, Pachamama Store Owner, Albuquerque, NM; tel: 505.898.7554
Materials:
Armadillo Skin
Dimensions:
9" h 1" w 8" d
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Rights:

Exhibit/Program
Virtual World Cultures Scavenger Hunt (August 2020)
“Culture” is a word that describes the ways of life shared by a
group of people. It has to do with how people live and includes things
such as music, art, religion language, clothing and more.This scavenger hunt
will introduce you to a few of the fascinating customs, beliefs and lifestyles
of people from diverse cultures in our communities and around the world.