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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. | Name: Karasido:- Man's work knife and sheath -roma-. Edge is steel welded to iron foundation. On one side steel has started to part. Wooden hilt has band of rattan around it. Wooden (over) | Collection: R.F. Cummings Philippine Expeditions, 1909=1911. F.C. Cole, Collector. | Notes: [continued from Name] sheath is surrounded with cloth, and narrow rattan strips. Cord belt. | Width: | Length: | Height: | Price: [Phillippine Peso symbol] 1.50 /.. | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 129131 / 1-2 | ENT | (1206) | Neg. Alb. p.375 | Acc. 1139 ["1115" crossed out] | L. | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] The Bagobo men are essentially warriors and their favorite weapons are the fighting knives. Their smiths understand the welding of iron and steel and most of their blades have a steel cutting edge welded to an iron foundation. [1 photograph] |Catalog Number: 129131.1,.2Description: knife and sheath for knifeMaterials: metal; steel, iron, wood, rattan, clothCultural Attribution: BagoboAccession Number:  Fifth R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippines Islands - ethnology - Manobo, Bilaan, and Divavaan Mandaya (Expedition)Accession Year: 1911Other Numbers: 1206District/County: Davao Prov.City/Town: Davao GulfCollector/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 - AnthropologyEMu IRN: 1030713GUID: 509ca193-a0c9-485b-a0ca-547e03eff916
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