FMNH 273359.nosub[1]

  • 273359 bone fishhook
    Photographer: J. G. Maniatis
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: reference image - overall view
  • Scanner: Allison Coates : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology Department
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [TOP MARGIN] Chicago Natural History Museum - Ethnology | Catalogue No. 273359 | ENT | Accession No. 2616 | Field Catalogue No. FC- 5128 | Negative No. | Sub. Ind. No. 51-13 [MAIN BODY] General Provenience: Polynesia Easter Island | Where Collected: Easter Island | Where Made: | Attribution: | Tribe: | People: | Culture: | Brief description: Fishhook | Detailed description: Composite hook of human bone (barb and shank). Portions found separately and bound together by modern natives for Edmunds, the collector. | See reverse | Dimensions (in cm): | Length: 8.7 | Width: 3.8 | Height: | Circumference: | Diameter: | Fuller Collection: Purchased from Captain A.W.F. Fuller of London, England, in 1958 | P.H. Edmunds 1919-25. Illustrated in Beasley's "Pacific Island Records-Fish Hooks", p. 55, pl. 93.
Catalog Number: 273359.nosub[1]
Description: fishhook
Materials: bone, fiber
Cultural Attribution: Easter Islander
Locality: Pacific, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Polynesia
Accession Number: [2616] A. W. F. Fuller (Purchase)
Accession Year:
Other Numbers: FC 5128, 740
Continent: Pacific
Collector/Source: Captain Alfred W. F. Fuller, Captain Alfred W. F. Fuller
IRN: 1182270
GUID: 23d6f203-e8d8-458d-932c-8ae2868c63de