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Bamboo arrow for use against birds, with blunt end formed by root. It has two small blue feathers, alternating with two flight feathers (one brown striped and the other blue and yellow) which bound in at the top with small red feather tufts.
Length: 113.90 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Register 1960:
Bamboo arrow, with blunt end formed by root, for use against birds: two small feathers-blue- alternating with two flight feathers-one brown striped, one blue and yellow-both bound in at the top with small red feather tufts.
2a-2c [Am1960,01.2a-c]: Manufactured by the same man.
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
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