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Brush made of grass.
- Made in: Kiberege
- (Africa,Tanzania,Morogoro (region),Kiberege)
- Height: 38 centimetres
- Width: 11 centimetres
- Depth: 7.7 centimetres
See Ethdoc 397 - Notes on Ethnographical specimens from the Ulanga Valley, Tanganyika Territory. This is presumably:
12. Ordinary brush for sweeping out houses etc. Common among many tribes. This one was made by an Mbunga of Kiberege village. Swahili name, ufagio, pl. fagio.
Not on display
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EAF45572
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