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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum - Archaeology | 16-34 | Provenience: Casa de Julian, a Maquiritare village on the Upper Cunucunuma river. Venezuela | People or Culture: Maquiritare | Object: Man's beaded ornament. | Description: Blue and white beaded string, decorated with bunches of red wood yarn and plumage from tropical birds (red and yellow) Worn during ceremonys [sic] on the right shoulder. Three beaded strands, on cord strand. | Dimensions: (in cm) 30 cms. long. (four strands) | Collection: Collected by Paul H. Nesbitt, 1950. Purchase. [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 243727 | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 2460 [BACK] [ILLUSTRATION]Catalog Number: 243727.nosubDescription: ornamentMaterials: beads, string, yarn, featherCultural Attribution: MaquiritareAccession Number:  P. H. Nesbitt (Purchase)Accession Year: 1951District/County: upper Cunucunuma RiverCollector/Source: Paul H. Nesbitt, Paul H. NesbittEMu IRN: 1151317GUID: 40b6f70a-af45-4dde-a0a4-0a6a0ec4e398
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