FMNH 163000.A,.B

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum—Ethnology | [Field Museum subject code written in red] 34-34 | Provenience: Phillipines. Luzon Island. Village of PÈngÈzabÈn. | People or Culture: Ilongot. | Object: Metal pointed arrow, with blade sheath. | Material: Bamboo, feathers, metal, wood. | Description: A-shaft made of bamboo; the lanceolate point is of metal; the butt has three kalow bird feathers lashed to the shaft. B-blade sheath carved of wood, in two sections with one piece broken off. Four bands of painted cloth hold the sheath together Notes: points are made from broken knives of from pieces of lowland truck springs. | Dimensions (in cm.): A-L98.70; B-L16.80 | Collection: Purchased from Rev. Dell G. Schultze 27 June 1967. | [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 163000 | A-B | Filed No. 17 | Neg. No. 11 | Acc. 2958 | [BACK] [1 photograph] |
Catalog Number: 163000.A,.B
Description: arrow and sheath
Materials: bamboo, feather, wood, metal
Cultural Attribution: Ilongot
Accession Number: [2958] D. G. Schultze (Purchase)
Accession Year: 1967
City/Town: Pengezaben Village
Collector/Source: Reverend Dell G. Schultze, Reverend Dell G. Schultze
EMu IRN: 1065967
GUID: b8915ff6-38a2-4e13-bc66-30119c854fe9

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