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Description: scan of catalog card FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History - Ethnology. | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-46 | Provenience: Guianga, Davao, Mindanao, Philippines. | People or Culture: Bagobo. | Object: Leglets. Tikes (acc. Cole) or Tikos (acc. Ford). | Material: Plant Fibres. | Description: Group of 25 worn just above calf of leg to give strength and vigor to men and to aid women during menstruation. The dark portions are made from the cuticle of ferns, the yellow from the orchids. The inner core fiber ( the solid dark leglets) is called agsam, over which the tikes is formed. | Dimensions: ( in cm.) : 10 | Collection: Aida Rivers Ford, Collector, 1970's. Gift of B. Bronson, June, 1978. [LEFT MARGIN] A | 258758 / A - Y | Neg. No. Alb. P. 469 p. 230 | Acc. 3412 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] | [ 2 photographs ] |Catalog Number: 258758.nosubDescription: leglet (2 of 25)Materials: plant fiberCultural Attribution: BagoboLocality: Philippines, Mindanao Island, Davao Prov., Guianga, Mindanao, The PhilippinesAccession Number:  B. Bronson (Gift)Accession Year: 1968Continent: AsiaCountry: PhilippinesProvince/State: Mindanao IslandDistrict/County: Davao Prov.City/Town: GuiangaCollector/Source: Bennet Bronson : Field Museum of Natural History, A. R. FordEMu IRN: 1395845GUID: 7c3429a9-e7c9-45e3-95da-474f231dbec4
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