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Horn (animal part)

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Native Name:
Pun Iti
Object Number:
65-10-191
Current Location:
Collections storage
Culture:
Cashinahua
Provenience:
Peru
Rio Curanja
Culture Area:
Amazonia
Section:
American
Materials:
Clay
Pigment
Description:
Clay; small round bowl; long slender neck; large hole in bowl; light brown clay painted with red rectilinear designs, also lightly incised rectilinear designs; one smudge mark; broken and repaired; blown through small hole. Used as noisemaker for any ritual, mainly fertility.
Length:
15.5cm
Thickness:
0.9cm
Outside Diamater:
5.9cm
Credit Line:
Purchased from Kenneth M. Kensinger

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