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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] 34-23 | Provenience: Philippine Islands, Luzon Island, Village of Gining. | People or Culture: Ilongot. | Object: Woven Bag. | Material: Grass, fiber, horsehair, yarn, cloth, metal wire. | Description: Rectangular, diagonally-woven grass bag bound on 3 sides with red cotton cloth; front is decorated at side and bottom edges with a row of red and yellow, blue, or green yarn tufts; two rows of yarn tufts at top; red and yellow yarn tuft "X" in center front; within the edges are black and red painted designs and 3 widthwise painted bands dividing the front into 4 parts; waistband is of twisted fiber; shorter end | Dimensions (in cm.): Width: 18.45, Length: 22.00 | Collection: | [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 162990 | Field No. 8 | Neg. No. A8 Neg. Alb. p.435 | Acc. 2958 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] [continued from Description] forms a loop with about an inch in the middle bound with wire at the ends of which are two yarn tufts; the other end consists of 2 strands of fiber bound with wire and decorated with short strands of horsehair and 2 red yarn tufts. [2 photographs] |Catalog Number: 162990.nosubDescription: bagMaterials: grass, fiber, yarn, cloth, animal hair; horse, metal wireCultural Attribution: IlongotLocality: Philippines, Luzon Island, Gining Village, Luzon, The PhilippinesAccession Number:  D. G. Schultze (Purchase)Accession Year: 1967Other Numbers: 8Continent: AsiaCountry: PhilippinesProvince/State: Luzon IslandCity/Town: Gining VillageCollector/Source: D. G. Schultze, D. G. SchultzeEMu IRN: 1065957GUID: 5243f1d1-c40a-4370-be78-ec5c516a559b
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