Summary[ ]

English: Representation of Zambos during the Latin American colonial period.

An example of a pintura de castas.

The legend reads "9. De negro é india sale lobo / negro 1. india 2. lobo 3."—"2. From male Black and female Amerindian, comes a Lobo (a Mexican synonym for Zambo) offspring/ Black 1. Amerindian 2. Lobo 3."
Español: Representación de Zambo de la época colonial de Latinoamérica.

Ejemplar de una "pintura de castas".

Pintura de Castas": De negro e india, sale lobo. Lobo es un sinónimo mexicano de "Zambo".
Date circa 1780
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