Khipu Notes:
This khipu is part of a set (UR087, UR088, UR089, UR090, UR091, UR092) that were analyzed by Manual Medrano in his article Toward the Decipherment of a Set of Mid-Colonial Khipus from the Santa Valley, Coastal Peru.

1. Several cords end with a hint of dark brown; based on existing cords, these were probably dark brown spliced to the top color. Again judging from similar existing cords, they could have had a 1E knot.
Primary Cord Notes:
The doubled end of the primary cord is wrapped for 2.5 cm with white thread. The borla is attached to the double end and is strong yellow (SY), probably camelid. The cord itself is of three components: (AB - W) - AB - W