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Object Number:89-17-63F
Current Location: Collections Storage
Provenience: Papua New Guinea
Western Province, Papua New Guinea
Materials:Sago Palm Midrib
Plant Fiber
Credit Line:Purchased from Stuart A. Kirsch, 1989
Other Number:150 F - Other Number


Set of arrows (ana) for boy's bow 89-17-62. Used for huting lizards and frogs, which are eaten. made by Buka Nandun, Dimin clan, Dome village. Purchased from maker 7/20/88. Made for collection.

Arrow of sago palm midrib tipped with snake vertebrae (for weight only).

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