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Ceremony in the Inca Capital of Cuzco Manco Capac confers distinction on the Princes of the Blood by piercing their ears

by Gerolamo Fumagalli

Ceremony in the Inca Capital of Cuzco Manco Capac confers distinction on the Princes of the Blood by piercing their ears - Gerolamo Fumagalli
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Ceremony in the Inca Capital of Cuzco Manco Capac confers distinction on the Princes of the Blood by piercing their ears - Gerolamo Fumagalli

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English: "Ceremony in the Inca Capital of Cuzco Manco Capac confers distinction on the Princes of the Blood by piercing their ears" oil on Canvas.
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