FMNH 221841.B{3}

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History - Ethnology | 20-22 | Provenience: Morocco: Marrakech | People or Culture: Moroccan | Object: two-string chordophone (rebab) and bow | Material: wood; leather, ivory, bone, gut, horsehair, glass, plastic | Description: (a) club-shaped wooden resonating box with incurved sides on its upper face; leather panel stretched over the wide end of the upper face; the tapering end of the instrument extends back at almost a right angle to the plane of the body; one tuning knob is spool-shaped (the other is missing); two gut strings pass over bone bridge and are fastened around an ivory knob at the wide end of the box; perfor- (over) | Dimensions: (in cm.) Length: a: 55.5 Width: a: 13.9 cm. (over) | Collection: Purchased from Mrs. Victoria Darda March 3, 1970. [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 221841 a and b | Field No. | Neg. No. 39-40 | Acc. 3096 [BACK] [PHOTOGRAPH] Dimensions: Length: b: 41.2 Width: b: 10.1 cm. | Catalogue #221841.A-B | ated design on upper surface of tapering end; upper and lower surfaces decorated by inlaid simple forms of ivory (some pieces missing); three glass "rubies" inlaid near the perforated desing; two plastic grommets at each side of neck. (b) arc-shaped bow holding horsehairs; handle formed by cylindrical process running off one end; decorative inlay of ivory elements.
Catalog Number: 221841.B{3}
Description: bow for fiddle (lute)
Materials: wood, leather, ivory, bone, gut, animal hair; horse, glass, plastic
Cultural Attribution: Moroccan
Accession Number: [3096] V. Darda (Purchase)
Accession Year: 1970
Other Numbers: 39, 40
City/Town: Marrakech
Collector/Source: Victoria Darda, Victoria Darda
EMu IRN: 1386558
GUID: 7e5e5130-a59e-41b7-ac3c-54307849cc34

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