Posted 23 August, 2013 by Andrea Sikahall in Heritage



Theft Report



Date of Theft: 28 September 2011

Place of Theft: Confraternity of St. James, Santiago Atitlan, Solola.

Object Type: Religious badge

Material: Silver

Dimensions: 25 cms high by 30 cms. wide. About

Title: FLAG

Topic: Religious

Time: Republican

Period: Twentieth Century

Author: Anonymous

Style: popular


Flag leaf designs embossed silver unmarked relief. In the center there is a circle in a loop, in which is inscribed the representation of a man riding a horse with front legs raised, the character has in his right hand a sword. The edge is formed by twin sheet forming the scalloped profile. Empericas repairs presents fragments of riveted sheet of the same material with silver and iron nails. The cross of the rod has design balusters. In that place and time was also stolen a silver sword about 50 cms. long. The handle has an angel face. And two glasses of avocado with a wafer, measuring: 23 cms high by 5 cms. wide


Registry of Cultural Property. / General Cultural and Natural Heritage. Ministry of Culture and Sports.

Report: Register of Cultural Property # 165




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