FMNH 129116.1,.2

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    Transcriber: Aislinn Sanders : University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee - Department of Anthropology
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum subject code written in red] 34-53 | Country Philippine Islands. | Locality Davao Gulf, Mindanao. | People Bagobo. | Stock. | Name Sangi :- Man's small working knife used for splitting rattan etc. Peculiarly shaped blade is inlaid with brass wire. Rattan sheath - tampipi - is curved with pitch. Beaded | Collection R.F. Cummings Philippine Expediiton, 1909=1911. F.C. Cole, Collector. | Notes hemp cloth belt - baba - yellow wooden handle (over) | Width | Length | Height | Price ₱ 1.70 | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 129116 | 1-2 | ENT | (890) | [1 illustration] shape of blade. | NEG.ALB.P.384 | Acc. 1139 | [Cursive capital L.] | [BACK] See ìThe Natures of Srawak and British North Borneoî Vol I pp384 for picture of similar blade ìSkaraw knifeî | [1 photograph] |
Catalog Number: 129116.1,.2
Description: knife and sheath for knife
Materials: metal; brass wire, metal; steel, metal; iron, rattan, pitch, beads, wood
Cultural Attribution: Bagobo
Accession Number: [1139] Fifth R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippines Islands - ethnology - Manobo, Bilaan, and Divavaan Mandaya (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1911
District/County: Davao Prov.
City/Town: Davao Gulf
Collector/Source: Fifth R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippines Islands - ethnology - Manobo, Bilaan, and Divavaan Mandaya, Dr. Fay-Cooper Cole : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology
EMu IRN: 1030678
GUID: acb05c14-2007-4a4b-9dff-8e89351ef871

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