FMNH 90312.nosub[1]

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    Transcriber: Trinity Medellin : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-59 | Country: Luzon Island, P.I. | Locality: Guinaang. Lepanto= Bontoc Prov. | People: Tingian. ["Igorot" crossed out]. Stock. | Name: Head axe. Broad blade cutting edge curving inward. Opposite edge curving inward to a pick-like point. Long slender handle of darkened wood with slight projection for [2 illegible words]. Broad iron band on handle. | Collection: R. F. Cummings Expedition. (S. C. Simms, Collector, 1906). | Notes: Length of blade 29.7 cm. Length of handle [1 illegible word] of blade 55 cm. From Balbalassan area. | Price: ₱ 2.00 | [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 90312 | 587. | NEG.ALB.P.383 | Acc. 1004 | [ILLUSTRATION] [1 hand-drawing] | [BACK] [1 photograph] |
Catalog Number: 90312.nosub[1]
Description: head axe
Materials: metal, wood, iron
Cultural Attribution: Tinguian
Accession Number: [1004] Cummings Philippine Explorations - Luzon, Philippines - ethnology, 1906-1907 (Expedition)
Accession Year:
District/County: Lepanto-Bontoc Prov.
City/Town: Guinaang
Collector/Source: Cummings Philippine Explorations - Luzon, Philippines - ethnology, 1906-1907, Stephen C. Simms : The Field Museum
EMu IRN: 1321731
GUID: 7e8654a6-8651-4b4c-a892-84e7d3d9804e

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