FMNH 104787.1

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Columbian Museum. | 22-28 | Country Togo, West Africa. | Locality Northern | People Konkomba Stock | Name Quiver with 7 arrows. Quiver of joint of bamboo, wrapped with several pieces of hide, and with twisted cord of raw hide for carrying. Length 41.5 cm. Arrows of cane, unfeathered, with long iron heads, barbed on one or both sides, poisoned. | Collection Otto Finsch. Cap. Thierry, Col. | Notes Upper end notched, and wrapped with slender strip of cane (?) for 3-4 cm. Length 55-60 cm. | Price [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 104787 1-8 | 479 | Acc. 941
Catalog Number: 104787.1
Description: quiver
Materials: bamboo, hide, rawhide
Cultural Attribution: Konkomba
Locality: Africa, Togo
Accession Number: [941] O. Finsch (Purchase)
Accession Year:
Other Numbers: 479
Country: Togo
Collector/Source: Otto Finsch, Captain Thierry
EMu IRN: 1349665
GUID: d233f653-0b24-4286-b818-658fe1ff0632

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