arrow-straightener / grooved pebble
Arrow-straightener, grooved pebble made of stone.
- Height: 5 centimetres
- Width: 4 centimetres
From acquisition "arrow straightener". From acquisition "South Africa". From acquisition "Bushman".
"Grooved stone used, when heated, by South Africal Bushmen for rubbing down or straightening the reed shafts of their arrows. Tweefontein, South Africa. 1884. EJ Dunn Esq." On the stone is written "TWEEFONTEIN. 10.11.76."
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EAF53756
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