religious/ritual equipment / artefact
Wood ritual artefact, circular in section and decorated with an irregular pattern of incised grooves. Light brown.
- Found/Acquired: Western Australia
- (Oceania,Australia,Western Australia)
- Length: 17.8 inches
Wood ritual object; circular in section; decorated with irregular pattern of incised grooves; light brown.
All collected between the late 1870s and 1901 by donor's father, Alpin Fowler-Thomson; he was Resident Magistrate at York, and possibly in the gold fields, and later Under-Secretary for Railways.
Register 1967: All collected between the late 1870s and 1901 by donor's father, Alpin Fowler-Thomson; he was Resident Magistrate at York, and possibly in the gold fields, and later Under-Secretary for Railways.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EOC23250
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