Inspired by Eulalia Guzmán Teacher, historian and the first Mexican archaeologist she was born in Zacatecas in 1890, began to make explorations at age 23, later was appointed head of the Department of Archeology of the National Museum, which led her to be commissioned by the SEP to find In Europe information related to pre-Hispanic Mexico, she visited archives and libraries in London, Brussels, Berlin and the Vatican, obtaining countless and very valuable discoveries that greatly enriched the collections of our country. This led to lectures in Cairo, Copenhagen, Geneva and other parts of the world.
Characteristics of the item:
Material 100% leather, small bag with wooden frame surrounding the bag, inside it has a zipper and an additional small pocket.
Bag dimensions: 7 "high x 7" long and 2.5 "wide
Wood frame measures: 9 "long x 9" high and 1 "wide
Nylon inner lining
Closes with magnet button
Leather strap with variable size from 40 "to 50" approximately