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The Devil Mask: A Contemporary Varient of Andean Iconography in Oruro.
- Author(s): Delgado-P., G
- Editor(s): Crumrine, N. Ross and Marjorie Halpin
- et al.
Devil masks use by dancers at the Oruro (Bolivia) carnival are made by replicating Andean iconographies of underground spirits and a local version of the Supay (Andean devil).
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