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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum - Ethnology | 22-28 | Provenience: N. Nigeria or N. Cameroons (acc. L.S.) | People or Culture: Hausa or nnearby people | Object: Lidded quiver with 13 arrows | Material: Leather, rattan, reed, iron, undetermined tissue, wood? | Description: A: Quiver-- wooden? tube covered w/ leather; decorated at either end by leather strips ornamentally plaited and stained; long fringe of leather thongs from neck to base; carrying strap of 2 pairs of leather braids attached to leather strap; semi-ovoidal lid attached to carrying strap. All arrows w/ reed shaft, notched butt, no vanes. (over) | Dimensions: (in cm.) A- Length: 6.59; diam. 5.7 | B- Length: 64.6 | D- Length: 64.1 | C- Length: 62.9 | E- Length: 61.9 (over) | Collection: Gift: Robert Campbell 1966 [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 221015 A thru N | Field No. | Neg. No. A8 | Acc. 2934 [BACK] B: Long triangular head w/ barbs, ogee section, pair of barbs on shank, socket. C: Diamond shaped head, no barbs, ogee section, 3 pairs of barbs on shank, socket. D: Obovate head, ogee section, 3 barbs on head, tang. E: More or less diamon shafed head, barbs (1 pair) at base, tang. F thru K: asymmetrical heads w/ 1 long barb, ogee section, long shank, tang. L thru N: semi-ovoid heads w/ 1 long barb running off underneath, long shanks, tang. | F- Length: 61.7 | G- " : 62.6 | H- " : 59.3 | I- " : 62.0 | J- " : 63.6 | K- " : 61.5 | L- " 62.0 | M- " : 60.0 | N- " : 62.2 | [PHOTOGRAPH]Catalog Number: 221015.BDescription: arrowMaterials: leather, rattan, reed, iron, tissue, woodCultural Attribution: HausaAccession Number:  R. C. Campbell (Gift)Accession Year:Collector/Source: Robert C. CampbellEMu IRN: 1386314GUID: c5f9a0d5-df45-4377-8750-3bcab821cfc2
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