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Palm-leaf lid for a wooden dart-case (see Am1962,01.7a). The top is covered in beeswax. There is a string attached below the lid, which indicates that when carried away the case is held upright under the shoulder. See also Am1962,01.c.
- Curator's comments
- Register 1962:
A: Wooden dart case with the top [Am1962,01.7b] made of basketwork covered in beeswax. Lower part made up of Yurumo.
B [Am1962,01.7c]: Split-cane darts; curare tipped with cotton wadding bound to the top.
7A: Case wadding made up of palm-leaf strips bound together. String attached below lid-when carried it is held upright under the shoulder.
MAKUNA. TUCANO (MK7abc).
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number