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Product images of Lacenta, a native American chief of the Cuna Indians of Panama and entourage, observed by Lionel Wafer
Product details Lacenta, a native American chief of the Cuna Indians of Panama and entourage, observed by Lionel Wafer
Lacenta, a native American chief of the Cuna Indians of Panama and entourage, observed by Lionel Wafer
A party of Cuna Indians headed by Lacenta, followed by "his Lady" [and two children] with attendants. Eleven figures, headed "Damp.Voy.Vol.2 The Indians marching upon a Visit, or to a Feast. P.371." Engraved by John Savage (active 1680-1700). Plate facing p.371 of: A new voyage and description of the Isthmus of America. Giving and account of the Author's abode there...by Lionel Wafer; within volume 3 of A collection of voyages..., by William Dampier et.al., 4 volumes, (London, James and John Knapton, 1729). Copy belonging to Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), President of the Royal Society. Lionel Wafer (d.1705), Welsh surgeon and buccaneer, lived among the Cuna Indians of the Isthmus of Darien [Panama] in 1681, having been injured while on an expedition with William Dampier (1651-1715).
Original: copperplate engraving. 1729
- Image ref: RS-9598
- The Royal Society