Death by effigy : a case from the Mexican Inquisition /
"On July 21, 1578, the Mexican town of Tecamachalco awoke to news of a scandal. A doll-like effigy hung from the door of the town's church. Its two-faced head had black chicken feathers instead of hair. Each mouth had a tongue sewn onto it, one with a forked end, the other with a gag tied...
University of Pennsylvania Press,
|Series:||Early modern Americas.
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