1. The khipu is attached to a carved piece of wood. The wood has 8 holes through which the khipu is threaded. Fig 1 shows the way in which the khipu is attached. Fig 2 show more details. (See Ascher and Ascher 1987:815)
2. This is one of several khipus acquired by the Museum in 1899 with the provenance "Marquez". This group includes AS106
, and AS133
. See AS106
for a comparison.
See Fig 1 also for attachment of this khipu to AS124