Composite child-carrying sling, made of two twill-plaited and palm-leaf strips, bound together with red, ochre-stained cotton.
- Made in: Brazil (Central)
- (Americas,South America,Brazil)
- Found/Acquired: Goiás (north)
- (Americas,South America,Brazil,Goiás (historic state))
- Length: 24.25 inches
Composite child-carrying sling, of two twill-plaited palm-leaf strips, bound together with red-ochre-stained cotton.
1-49 & 154 [Am1956,08.1-49 &154]: Cherente Indians, Brazil. Central Brazil, N. Goias, between Río Tocantins and Río do Sono. Linguistic family, Gê.
- Associated with: Tocantins River
- (Americas,South America,Brazil,Tocantins River)
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: ESA22374
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