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AS200/KH0218 - Subsidiary Pendant Sum
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**Drawings:**

**Right Handed Sums:**

*# Sums*= 1,

*Max # Summands*= 8,

*(Min, Mean, Max) Sum Values*= (16, 16, 16)

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**Right Handed Sum Detail:**-

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# | Color | Sum Schema | Sum Cord | Sum Cord Value | # Summands | Summands |
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1 | p10s1_{5, 2, 1} : 16_{AB} | 16 | 8 | p19: 2_{W} + p20: 2_{W} + p21: 2_{W} + p22: 2_{W} + p23: 2_{W} + p24: 2_{W} + p25: 2_{W} + p26: 2_{W} |

**Khipu Notes:**

**Ascher Databook Notes:**

- The Museum acquired the khipu from Mrs. Elsie McDougall in 1962. The acquisition included an associated basket. The provenance is "probably Central Coast Late Period.
- By color patterning, the khipu is separated into 2 parts.
- The first part is 18 pendants with alternating colors W, B, W, B, etc. The values on the W cords are restricted to 2, 4, 7 while the values on the B cords are multiples of 10 from 10-600. Each of the B cords except the last has a subsidiary colored B with value 5-20.
- The second part is 19 pendants all color W, each with value 2, and each with a B colored subsidiary. The subsidiary values include one 13 and the rest are multiples of 10 from 40-80.