The Butterfly Katsina

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Poli Kachina (Butterfly Kachina). Hair falls over the left shoulder. Body painted in a design of red, yellow and blue and the dance is performed barefooted. Bells and yarn are worn on both legs. On the back is an elaborate tablet with eagle feather at top and bottom and a fringe of red horse hair at the sides.

From Hopi Kachinas by Edward Kennard, Illustrations by Edwin Earle Kiva Publishing 2002

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