- Museum number
Hammer, pounder made of stone (quartzite ?), skin, wood.
Diameter: 2 centimetres (stem)
Height: 8 centimetres (head)
Length: 40 centimetres (total)
Width: 12 centimetres (head)
- Curator's comments
- Register Slip:
Hammer formed of apebble of reddish quartzite (?) enclosed in a covering of skin, which continues down the wooden handle, where it ends in a loop.
MacIlivaine is not identifiable as a location, but the findspot is likely to be Central Plains.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1987 15 Jul-1995 15 Jul, Museum of Mankind, Introduction to the Collections
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
CDMS number: Am1889C2.4638 (old CDMS no.)