FMNH 90359.nosub[1]

  • 90359 head axe
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | ENT | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-59 | Country: Luzon Island, P.I. Abra [Abra struck through] | Locality: Balbalassan ["Lepanto-Bontoc" struck through] sub. Prov. | People: Tingians ["Igorot" struck through]. | Stock. | Name: Head axe. Flat, narrow, two pointed and two curved iron blade. Slender round handle, upper part bound with iron band. Projecting finger hold midway of handle. Length 23.3 cm. Length handle and blade 58 cm. | Collection: R.F. Cummings Expedition. (S.C. Simms, Collector, 1906). | Notes: | Price: ₱ 3.00 | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 90359 | 460 | Acc. 1004 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] |
Catalog Number: 90359.nosub[1]
Description: axe
Materials: metal, wood, iron
Cultural Attribution: Tinguian
Accession Number: [1004] Cummings Philippine Explorations - Luzon, Philippines - ethnology, 1906-1907 (Expedition)
Accession Year:
Other Numbers: 460
District/County: Bontoc Prov.
City/Town: Balbalasson
Collector/Source: Cummings Philippine Explorations - Luzon, Philippines - ethnology, 1906-1907, Stephen C. Simms : The Field Museum
EMu IRN: 1321453
GUID: 20fe48bf-9b84-4464-9d35-ac24f70a9849

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