Volume X / Number 4

1919

Vol. X / No. 4

By: Wm. C. Farabee

Mummified Jivaro Heads

The custom of taking the head, eyes, scalp, hands, teeth, or other part of the body as a trophy was […]

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Vol. X / No. 4

By: H. U. Hall

New Ireland Masks

There are in the collections of the University Museum numerous objects which illustrate very fairly the life and manners of […]

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Vol. X / No. 4

The Director In Egypt

The Director spent the summer of 1919 abroad in the interest of the Museum. After visiting London and Paris he […]

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Vol. X / No. 4

By: H. U. Hall

Shaminist Bird Figures of the Yenisei Ostyak

When the whole destinies of a people are, as they believe, dependent upon the action, helpful or harmful, of spirits, […]

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Vol. X / No. 4

By: Louis Shotridge

Keyt-Gooshe “Killer Whales Dorsal Fin”

The picturesque ideas of the Tlingit people of Southeastern Alaska are well illustrated by the painted batons used in conducting […]

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Vol. X / No. 4

By: Stephen B. Luce

Early Vases From Apulia

I. Pre-Hellenic Pottery One of the most fascinating problems confronting the classical scholar, be he philologist, historian, or arch√¶ologist, is […]

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Notes

We regret to record the death of Mrs. Charles Brinton Coxe, friend and patron of the Museum, who died at […]

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