FMNH 242390.nosub[1]

  • 242390 wood; chonta palm machete
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  • 242390 wood; chonta palm machete
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    Description: AT side 1
Catalog Number: 242390.nosub[1]
Description: machete
Materials: wood; chonta palm
Cultural Attribution: Isconahua (Remo)
Locality: South America, PerĂº, Loreto, Colonia Calleria: Rio Calleria
Accession Number: [2771] B. %1 Malkin (Purchase)
Accession Year:
Other Numbers: 81
Continent: South America
Country: PerĂº
Province/State: Loreto
City/Town: Colonia Calleria
Collector/Source: B. Malkin, B. Malkin
EMu IRN: 1150090
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