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Record ID marc_records_scriblio_net/part24.dat:85856226:1474
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LEADER: 01474cam 2200289 a 4500
001    94073217 
003 DLC
005 20030929143349.0
008 941031s1995    fluab    b    000 0 eng d
010    $a 94073217
020    $a0962851485
035    $a(OCoLC)33006507
040    $aCSd$cCSd$dDLC
042    $alccopycat
043    $as-pe---
050 00 $aND417.C8$bD36 1995
082 00 $a704.9/4855/098537$220
100 $aDamian, Carol.
245 14 $aThe Virgin of the Andes :$bart and ritual in colonial Cuzco /$cby Carol Damian.
260    $aMiami Beach :$bGrassfield Press,$c1995.
300    $a110 p. :$bill. (some col.), map ;$c28 cm.
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 100-109).
520 $a"Reconstructs the history of the Virgin of Cuzco who, as a fusion of indigenous Andean and Spanish Christian beliefs and practices, represents both the Virgin Mary and Pachamama. Includes background chapters on Andean and Spanish beliefs and art. Major, mostly original work illuminates multiple aspects of the outlooks of both peoples as reflected in their religious iconography during the colonial period. Magnificently illustrated"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.$u
650  0 $aPainting, Peruvian$zPeru$zCuzco Region$y17th century.
650  0 $aPainting, Peruvian$zPeru$zCuzco Region$y18th century.
600 00 $aMary,$cBlessed Virgin, Saint$xArt.
650  0 $aChristian art and symbolism$zPeru$zCuzco Region.