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Wood rods representing the antennae of the two crayfish in the Malagan carving.
- Found/Acquired: Simberi
- (Oceania,Melanesia,New Guinea,Papua New Guinea,New Ireland Province,Tabar Islands,Simberi)
- Width: 162.8 centimetres (horizontal crate)
- Height: 24 centimetres (horizontal crate)
- Depth: 34.2 centimetres (horizontal crate)
Wood rods representing the antennae of the two crayfish in the carving.
SIMBERI Village, SIMBERI I. TABAR Islands, NEW IRELAND.
See Eth. Doc. 1174.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EOC23501
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