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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History - Ethnology. | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-45 | Provenience: Philippine Islands, Luzon Island, Village of Pengezaben. | People or Culture: Ilongot. | Object: Fiddle ("Gitgit"), two bows. | Material: wood, hair, bamboo, cloth, string, rattan. | Description: A -fiddle, narrow modified, 3-stringed; top of sound box removable; small hole in center of removable panel. Adjusted bridge; Recessed peg box; Three pegs, strings. Cloth cord for hanging at top. B,C -two bows, bent rattan strips with string of dark hair held in tension by force of curve; outside of and ends of bows have decorative shaved rattan curls. Note: played by men for headhunting, other songs.| Dimensions (in cm.): A-L: 58.15, B-L: 50.10 C-L: 59.50 | Collection: Purchased from Rev. Dell G. Schultze 27 June 1967. | [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 162985 A-C | Field No. 3 | Neg. No. 11 | Acc. 2958 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] [1 photograph] |?Catalog Number: 162985.A-.CDescription: fiddle and bowMaterials: wood, hair, bamboo, cloth, string, rattanCultural Attribution: IlongotAccession Number:  D. G. Schultze (Purchase)Accession Year: 1967Other Numbers: 3City/Town: Pengezaben VillageCollector/Source: Reverend Dell G. Schultze, Reverend Dell G. SchultzeEMu IRN: 1065951GUID: 23091575-281b-48f9-b4c4-73ec9908da8e
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