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A group of poisoned arrows inside a quiver. A gourd filled with cotton is attached to the quiver by a wood stake, and there is cotton on some of the arrows. A cloth handle, to which is attached a jawbone, supports the quiver. See also Am1968,02.10a, c-e.
- Curator's comments
- Register 1968:
Quiver [Am1968,02.10a] filled with poison arrows. A gourd [Am1968,02.10c] filled with cotton is attached to the quiver by a wood stake [Am1968,02.10d], and there is cotton on some of the arrows. A cloth handle to which is attached a jawbone [Am1968,02.10e] supports the quiver.
Jívaro Indians. Oriente of Ecuador, 1966.
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- Acquisition notes
- Register 1968: "Reserve Fund".
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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