- Museum number
Arrow made of wood, bamboo, bone, grass.
Length: 89.70 centimetres
Width: 1 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- G.C. Wheeler's catalogue ETHNOGRAPHICA FROM ALU AND MONO reads:
108. Arrows: of the kind called uarau (in Alu), in Molafe (Motuna) torobo. Bought in Alu. Made by Dakuruai man, and brought by Dakuruai canoe to Alu. The grass binding is latili; the white earth = fioi; the red earth = looto (loto): the barbs are kumaisi; the point = meatana. (two).
Note sheet number: 1477.Ref.Tg.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Gerald C Wheeler was an anthropologist who researched in Solomon Islands in 1908 to 1909 on an expedition with W. H. R. Rivers and A. M. Hocart. He began on Simbo but spent most of his time on Alu. He gave collections of artefacts to the British Museum in 1927, registered as Oc1927.0310 and Oc1927.1003 and documented in Eth Doc 1096.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: 108 (Wheeler catalogue in Eth Doc 1096)