- Museum number
Wooden digging-stick, thin cylindrical tapering to a point at both ends.
Length: 123 centimetres
Width: 3.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Register 1960:
A group of three digging-sticks. No. 16 has a pronounced shoulder and Nos. 17 and 18 are cylindrical. No. 17 has a club-shaped head, while no. 18 tapers to a point at both ends.
No. 16: Another similar [to Am1960,10.15] but shoulder more pronounced.
No. 17: Wooden digging stick, cylindrical, with head formed like a club.
No. 18: Wooden digging stick, thin cylindrical tapering to a point at both ends.
No. 18: "Mainly for planting".
Second consigment of a collection by the vendor from the AKWE-SHAVANTE INDIANS, RIO DAS MORTES REGION, MATO GROSSO, BRAZIL.
See also: 1959 Am10- Nos. 1-73 (pp. 18-23). Nos. 74-92 (pp. 30-31).
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number