cotton cloth woven by indigenous women. The Spaniards forced the native women to weave manta and buy it back from the colonist at inflated cost.
A square of cloth, used as a cloak or blanket; still worn by the Maya today.
A square of cloth, used as a blanket or cloak. It is still worn by the Maya today.
a blanket that is used as a cloak or shawl
a square piece of cloth or blanket used in southwestern U.S. and Latin America usually as a cloak or shawl
A woven, rectangular cloth that is worn by women either as a dress or a shawl. Made by the Pueblo people in wool and/or cotton.