Wall Designs at Mitla

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Mark Cartwright
by Gengiskanhg
published on 26 February 2015
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Wall Designs at Mitla

Details of the various designs which decorate panels of the House of the Columns, Mitla, Mexico. Post-Classic period. The designs may have been originally inspired by textile patterns and may actually represent family lineages or geographical locations.

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