FMNH 242619.nosub[1]

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    Scanner: Mr. Christopher J. Philipp : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology
    Transcriber: Julia W. Kennedy : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology Collections
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History - Ethnology | 16-33 | Provenience: Venezuela | People or Culture: modern | Object: RATTLE | Material: papier mache, wood, seeds(?) | Description: Brightly painted rattle with human head with horns and beak: double-headed. Red painted wood handle. Red, blue, green, yellow, pink, white, and black paint. | Dimensions: (in cm.) L: 27cm; Rattle D: 13cm | Collection: Sent anonymously: Museo de Sur America [LEFT MARGIN] A | 242619 | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 3892 [BACK] [ILLUSTRATION]
Catalog Number: 242619.nosub[1]
Description: rattle
Materials: papier-mâché, wood, seed, paint
Cultural Attribution: modern Venezuelans
Time Period: modern
Accession Number: [3892] Museo de Sur America (Gift)
Accession Year: 1993
Collector/Source: Museo de Sur America
EMu IRN: 1150317
GUID: da03edaa-1b7c-4097-a26b-f5164a25c7b2

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