&quotAF001&quot &quotWooden mask&quot &quotMask&quot &quot07G04.01&quot &quotWooden mask. 'Bundu' society, used in female initiation.&quot &quot49&quot            
&quotAF002&quot&quotWooden mask&quot&quotMask&quot&quot07G04.01&quot&quotWooden mask. 'Bundu' society, used in female initiation.&quot&quot49&quot
&quotAF003&quot&quotSoapstone head&quot&quotCarved head&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quotPiece of carved soapstone showing head and upper part of human figure carved out of irregular block. Nomoli fertility figure ?&quot&quot49&quot
&quotAF004&quot&quotSoapstone head&quot&quotCarved head&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quotPiece of carved soapstone showing head and upper part of human figure carved out of irregular block. Nomoli fertility figure ?&quot&quot49&quot
&quotAF005&quot&quotSoapstone head&quot&quotCarved head&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quotPiece of carved soapstone showing head and upper part of human figure carved out of irregular block. Nomoli fertility figure ?&quot&quot49&quot
&quotAF006&quot&quotWooden doll&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotWooden doll, "akua 'ba", fertility figure carried by women.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF007&quot&quotBrass box for collecting shea butter used as pomade&quot&quotBox&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotBrass box for collecting shea butter, used as pomade.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF008&quot&quotOval brass box for collecting gold dust&quot&quotBox&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotOval brass box for collecting gold dust.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF009&quot&quotAubergine-shaped gourd container ornamented with brass wire&quot&quotContainer&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotAubergine-shaped gourd container, ornamented with brass wire. Snuff box ?&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF010&quot&quotRound gourd container ornamented with brass wire&quot&quotContainer&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotRound gourd container ornamented with brass wire.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF011&quot&quotWooden stool&quot&quotStool&quot&quot07G19&quot&quotWooden stool, Fanti or Asante, Style not typical, possibly made for a European.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF012&quot&quotPainted wooden figure&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotPainted wooden figure. Figure was painted in red, black and white. Both hands are detached and there is evidence they have been glued on to the figure in the past.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF013&quot&quotHide fan - wooden handle&quot&quotFan&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotHide fan with wooden handle.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF014&quot&quotCarved wooden object&quot&quotCarving&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotCarved wooden object carried by women in their belt.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF015&quot&quot'Thumb Piano' - wood and iron strips&quot&quotThumb Piano&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quot'Thumb Piano' of wood with iron strips. Iron strips are rusty. Small piece of wood broken off at one end.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF016&quot&quotWooden spoon&quot&quotSpoon&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotLarge wooden spoon with grinding surface at one end.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF017&quot&quotWooden spoon&quot&quotSpoon&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotWooden spoon with handle carved in the form of a wisdom knot.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF018&quot&quotWooden headrest or stool ?&quot&quotHeadrest or stool&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotWooden headrest or stool (?). Carved diamond like pattern painted black or dark brown.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF019&quot&quotSmall wooden figure&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotSmall wooden figure, probably a fetish.&quot&quot47&quot
&quotAF020&quot&quotWooden bowl&quot&quotBowl&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotWooden bowl with spout. There are diamonds and vertical lines carved around top edge.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF021&quot&quotWooden ladle&quot&quotLadle&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotWooden ladle. Three parts to handle with two rings on upper part. The whole carved from one piece of wood.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF022&quot&quotWooden spoon&quot&quotSpoon&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotWooden spoon.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF023&quot&quotWooden dance mask&quot&quotMask&quot&quot07G03.11&quot&quotWooden dance mask backed by netting which is very fragile, mostly detached from mask.&quot&quot46&quot
&quotAF024&quot&quotWooden dance mask&quot&quotMask&quot&quot07G03.10&quot&quotWooden dance mask painted red. Series of holes around opening, open mouth with teeth showing.&quot&quot46&quot
&quotAF025&quot&quotCylindrical bark box&quot&quotBox&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotCylindrical bark box. Geometric pattern carved on sides of box and lid. The remains of a cord handle or hanging loop are attached to the lower part of the box with another hole opposite where cord is attached.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF026&quot&quotDouble-headed drum&quot&quotDrum&quot&quot07H02&quot&quotDouble-headed drum.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF027&quot&quotKing's ceremonial dress-drum&quot&quotDrum&quot&quot07G01&quot&quotKing's ceremonial dress drum ornamented with two skulls and three lower jaws (human). Skulls coloured, attached by string and wire, probably not aurthentic.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF028&quot&quotDrum&quot&quotLarge Drum&quot&quot07G09&quot&quot'Talking' drum. Thongs for stretching skin cut in spiral, probably from a single cow-hide. Stones inside to make drum 'sing.'&quot&quot43&quot
&quotAF029&quot&quotCarved wooden drum (no drumstick)&quot&quotDrum&quot&quot07G01&quot&quotWooden drum, (no drum stick). Lower half carved with chequerboard pattern.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF030&quot&quotCarved wooden drum&quot&quotDrum&quot&quot07G01&quot&quotWooden drum. Lower half carved with rings of vertical stripes.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF031&quot&quotDrum&quot&quotDrum and drum stick&quot&quot07G01&quot&quot'Talking' drum with carrying strap of red fabric and drum stick. Stones inside which make drum 'sing.'&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF032&quot&quotDrum&quot&quotDrum and drum stick&quot&quot07G01&quot&quot'Talking' drum with drum stick. Sring thonging rather than leather.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF033-034&quot&quot[unidentified]&quot&quot[unknown]&quotNULL&quotCard missing, items unidentified.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF035&quot&quotBeaded belt and apron&quot&quotBelt and apron&quot&quot07A089&quot&quotBeaded belt and apron. Belt consists of double row of red beads sown on to fibrous rope backing and finished with a double row of large pale blue, and smaller red, beads. Apron rectangular, suspended from a double rope of white beads. Design is a geometric pattern of black, red and green lines with white edging, finished with a wide row of pink, red and white beads.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF036&quot&quotBeaded belt and apron&quot&quotBelt and apron&quot&quot07A089&quot&quotBeaded belt and apron. Belt consists of double row of pink and black beads sown onto fibrous rope backing and finished with a beaded fringe in red, green and black. Apron is rectangular , suspended from a pink beaded rope, and the design is a zigzag pattern of black, red and green lines with white edging, finished with a small beaded fringe in pink and red.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF037&quot&quotBeaded neckband&quot&quotNeckband, beaded&quot&quot07A090&quot&quotNeckband consisting of a continuous string of beads sown in a spiral on to a thick rope base, in such a way that it appears to be made up of bands of different colours - red, green, black in wide section, and white ones in thin. One end is finished off in a loop of single yellow beads and the other forms a toggle in larger red and white beads.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF038&quot&quotBeaded neckband&quot&quotNeckband, beaded&quot&quot07A090&quot&quotNeckband consisting of a continuous string of beads sown in a spiral onto a thick rope base, in such a way that it appears to be made up of bands of different colours - red, green, black and white. The ends are finished off in pink and one has a metal button for fastening.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF039&quot&quotBeaded ornament&quot&quotOrnament&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotBeaded ornamen. A piece of leather decorated with white and purple/dark blue beads.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF040&quot&quotBead necklace&quot&quotNecklace, bead&quot&quot07A090&quot&quotNecklace of 17 strings of deep blue beads, occasional interspersed with double white ones, and joined at the top by a string knot.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF041&quot&quotBead necklace&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A091&quot&quotNecklace of eight strings of multi-coloured small beads of pink, green and white. Joined by string know at back.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF042&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament&quotNULL&quotBeadwork ornament.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF043&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament&quotNULL&quotBeadwork ornament.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF044&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament&quotNULL&quotBeadwork ornament.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF045&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament&quotNULL&quotBeadwork ornament.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF046&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament, bead&quot&quot07A091&quot&quotBead ornament, possibly a necklace or belt, consisting of an upper and lower row of continuous pink beads with closely spaced zig-zag pattern of blue and white beads. One end ends in a metal toggle and the other in a loop of pink beads.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF047&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament, bead&quot&quot07A091&quot&quotBead ornament, possibly a necklace or belt, consisting of a central string supporting 3 attached strings of spaced blue beads. One end is a loop with metal toggle, the other a toggle and 2 red beads.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF048&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament, bead&quot&quot07A091&quot&quotBead ornament, possibly a necklace, consisting of short vertical rows of black beads supported along an upper and lower string of white beads, with occasional red ones.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF049&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament, bead&quot&quot07A091&quot&quotBead ornament, possibly a bracelet, consisting of nine or so beaded strings plaited into a band to form a circle. Beads are predominantly a greyish white with an occasional darker one.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF050&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament&quot&quot07A091&quot&quotBeaded ornament: rectangular band with beaded string attached. Band is made up of a geometric design of red, white, black, blue and yellow beads. String is in black, white and blue beads ending in a 'toggle' of white beads.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF051&quot&quotBeaded belt and apron&quot&quotBelt and apron&quot&quot07A092&quot&quotBead belt with apron attached. Belt consists of 3 separate round cords decorated with alternating bands of red, black and blue beads, one with an additional bead 'frill'. Apron is joined to one end of belt and consists of alternating rows of red and blue lines finished off with a wider band of black and white beads. Ends of belt have loose cord and string attached.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF052&quot&quotBeaded wooden container&quot&quotContainer&quot&quot07A092&quot&quotWooden tube with wooden lid attached by beaded string to open end of tube. Tube is decorated with encircling bead rows in black, pink green and red. Lid is undecorated. Tube is attached at closed end to a thin beaded string in red and black sections.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF053&quot&quotHide object with bead ornament&quot&quotHide object&quotNULL&quotHide object with bead ornament.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF054&quot&quotBeadwork ornament or necklace&quot&quotOrnament or necklace&quot&quot07A091&quot&quotBeaded tassle on supporting triple row (one row broken) of white beads. Large 'tassel' is made up of thick core encircled by rows of black, red and white beads with many short strings of white beads hanging loose beneath. These are combined with some larger irregular brown beads (or seeds). The top of the 'tassel' has short strings of white beads, each finished off with a larger red bead.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF055&quot&quotBeadwork ornament&quot&quotOrnament, bead&quot&quot07A092&quot&quotBeaded band with a wide blue section in the middle next to a white section on each side and a red bead edge.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF056&quot&quotBead-covered gourd&quot&quotBeaded ornament&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotGourd covered by blue and pink beadwork with small beaded handle.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF057&quot&quotBead-covered gourd&quot&quotBeaded ornament&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotGourd covered with red, white, and blue beadwork with small carrying handle.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF058&quot&quotBelt of brass buttons&quot&quotBelt&quot&quot07A092&quot&quotBelt consisting of a central string support with brass buttons sewn on to form a dense 'rope'. Buttons are dome shaped with a flat base and loop for attachment underneath. A few are more pointed and resemble those used as 'toggles'on other necklaces in these drawers. The central string is tied off in a knot at one end.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF059&quot&quotWire bracelet&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotBracelet formed by a single piece of heavy wire, loosely coiled.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF060&quot&quotWire bracelet&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotThin brass bracelet made of a tighly coiled brass wire and thread over with interspaced brass 'beads' at regular inbtervals. Makes a pair with AF061.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF061&quot&quotWire bracelet&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotThin brass bracelet made of a tighly coiled brass wire and thread over with interspaced brass 'beads' at regular inbtervals. Makes a pair with AF060.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF062&quot&quotWire bracelet&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotThin brass bracelet formed by a tightly coiled wire, overlain with three sections of 9 brass'beads'.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF063&quot&quotWire bracelet&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotFinely made bracelet formed by a tightly coiled beaded wire, with an open end, each finished by a brass cylindrical terminal.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF064&quot&quotWire bracelet&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotBracelet formed by tight wire coils around a thin string, coiled around a larger string 'core'.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF065&quot&quot3 Wire bracelets&quot&quotBracelets&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotThree identical bracelets of coiled brass wire, each with a similar spiral metal bead at one place (for fixing?).&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF066&quot&quotWire necklace&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotNecklace of flat brass rings, 8mm dia and 1.5mm thickness, mounted on crude leather thong. Thong is exposed in certain places and frayed. Some loose rings have become detached and are in a plastic bag in box.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF067&quot&quotBamboo tobacco box with copper spoon attached&quot&quotTobacco box&quot&quot007G06.15&quot&quotBamboo tobacco box with copper spoon attached. Decorated with a geometric pattern cut into the bamboo.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF068&quot&quotBeads&quot&quotOrnament, bead&quot&quot07A092&quot&quotLeather strip, formed into a circle and sown with a series of short loops of bi-coloured blue-and-white bead. Some red and blue loops as well. Leather strip is tied with string at one point.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF069&quot&quotBeads&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotNecklace of small beads threaded on string. Beads are of red, blue and white, each interspaced by a smaller black bead, and are arranged in a pattern of alternatiing colours.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF070&quot&quotKnife - ornamental leather sheaf&quot&quotKnife with sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with black wood handle and sheath of red leather. Blade rusty.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF071&quot&quotKnife - leather sheaf, wood handle&quot&quotKnife with sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with leather sheaf, and wood handle.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF072&quot&quotKnife - ornamental leather sheaf&quot&quotKnife with sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with ornamental leather sheaf. 8 1/2 inch Iron pointed blade of thin section with slightly bevelled edges and pointed tip, Plain wooden grip, the pommel of ring shape with iron dome-shaped retaining knob. Red leather sheath with raised decorative front. Suspension loop bound with red leather.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF073&quot&quotKnife - ornamental leather sheaf&quot&quotKnife with sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with ornamental leather sheaf.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF074&quot&quotKnife - leather handle&quot&quotKnife&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with leather handle.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF075&quot&quotKnife - ornamental leather sheaf&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with ornamental leather sheaf.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF076&quot&quotKnife - ornamental leather sheaf&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with ornamental leather sheaf.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF077&quot&quotKnife and sheaf&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with 6 1/4 inch iron blade, flat with bevelled edge and pointed tip, shaped wooden handle with ring shape pommel and iron retainer, leather sheath with embossed decoration and bands of snake skin? Leather suspension loop.&quot&quot37&quot
&quotAF078&quot&quotKnife&quot&quotKnife&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife.&quot&quot28&quot
&quotAF079&quot&quotKnife and sheaf - lizard skin&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife with sheaf of lizard or crocodile skin. 3 1/2 inch blade with fish and insect engraving.&quot&quot45&quot
&quotAF080&quot&quotKnife&quot&quotKnife&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife.&quot&quot28&quot
&quotAF081&quot&quotSword of ceremonial form&quot&quotSword&quotNULL&quotCeremonial sword.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF082&quot&quotLeather purse&quot&quotPurse&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotTan coloured wallet made of two layers of leather with a tassel at one end. This fits inside a sleeve made of leather covered in a layer of black leather with a geometric pattern ut into it. There are small pieces of red and green leather inset in some of the spaces, also some purple coloured thread used to sew some of the pieces together.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF083&quot&quotLeather powder-flask&quot&quotPowder-flask&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotLeather powder-flask.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF084&quot&quotShort spear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotShort spear.&quot&quot43&quot
&quotAF085&quot&quotWooden comb&quot&quotComb&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotSmall flat comb, carved from wood with 6 teeth and a handle decorated with carved lines on one side.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF086&quot&quotBrass spoon&quot&quotSpoon&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotBrass spoon with circular bowl beaten from thin sheet of brass. The curved wedge-shaped stem is decorated with incised and beaten patterns of lines and dots.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF087&quot&quotIvory bracelet&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotIvory bracelet, slightly oval in shape. Discoloration of ivory (natural?) on inside.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAF088&quot&quotLeather-covered horn flask&quot&quotPowder-horn&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotCurved horn flask decorated with red hide and red, black and white reed in a diamond pattern.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF089&quot&quotLeather-covered horn flask&quot&quotPowder-horn&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotCurved horn flask decorated with red hide and red, black and white grass or reed in a diamond shaped pattern.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF090&quot&quotLeather-covered horn flask&quot&quotFlask&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotHorn flask covered in brown hide decorated with a circular pattern, and two bands of brown and white reed decoration.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF091&quot&quotHide-covered wooden trumpet&quot&quotTrumpet&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotHide covered wooden trumpet. Hide has numerous holes.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF092&quot&quotMusical instrument of gourd and bamboo&quot&quotGourd instrument&quot&quot07G06.17&quot&quotShen (Chinese mouth organ). Musical instrument of gourd and bamboo. There are symbols scratched on to two of the pipes. Bamboo pipes now detached from gourd.&quot&quot25&quot
&quotAF093&quot&quotMusical instrument of gourd and bamboo&quot&quotGourd instrument&quot&quot07G06.17&quot&quotShen (Chinese mouth organ). Musical instrument of gourd and bamboo. The eleven pipes are held together with black thread/string.There is also the remains of red, purple and brown thread/string on the pipes which are detached from the gourd.&quot&quot25&quot
&quotAF094&quot&quotWooden trumpet - side-blown&quot&quotTrumpet&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotWooden trumpet, side-blown. Wooden horn bound with wickerwork.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF095&quot&quotWooden trumpet - side-blown&quot&quotTrumpet&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotWooden trumpet, side-blown. Wooden horn bound with vegetable fibre.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF096&quot&quotHide neck ornament&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotLeather and fibre woven neck band with coiled wire thing and loose ends knotted.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF097&quot&quotModel of crocodile made in lead&quot&quotModel of crocodile&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotModel of crocodile made in lead.&quot&quot45&quot
&quotAF098&quot&quotGlass bottle covered with leather&quot&quotBottle&quot&quot07G03.11&quot&quotEnglish spirit bottle, encased in Rhodesian leather work.&quot&quot42&quot
&quotAF099&quot&quotWar-axe&quot&quotBattle-axe&quotNULL&quotWar-axe.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF100&quot&quotWar-axe&quot&quotBattle-axe&quotNULL&quotWar-axe.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF101&quot&quotWar-axe (machete)&quot&quotAxe&quot&quot07F11&quot&quotWar axe (machete) with wood shaft.&quot&quot85&quot
&quotAF102&quot&quotWooden club&quot&quotClub&quotNULL&quotWooden club.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF103&quot&quotNative brass scoop&quot&quotScoop&quot&quot07A093&quot&quotCircular brass scoop with angled sides and flat base, turning into a funnel at the other end. Used for blowing impurities out of gold dust. Made of a thin brass, exhibiting marks of beating during manufacture. Base shows a series of inscribed circles.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF104&quot&quotWooden object - 'Biet'&quot&quotWooden object&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quot'Biet'. Used by Boers for inspanning oxen.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF105&quot&quotCarved wooden figure, female&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G03.11&quot&quotCarved wooden female figure holding a 'Mankala' games board on head.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF106&quot&quotCarved wooden figure - man and infant&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G06.17&quot&quotCarved wooden figure of a man and infant. Early tourist piece? Arms detatched from body, but evidence that they were once glued to the body.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF107&quot&quotCarved wooden figure - woman and infant&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quotCarved wooden figure of a woman and infant. Early tourist piece? Infant has been carved separately and attached to woman with two nails.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF108+A-C&quot&quot3 Wooden symbols and mount. Top of 'State Umbrella'&quot&quotCarved wooden symbols&quot&quot07G06.17&quot&quotTop of state umbrella, in use probably covered with gold foil. Three wooden symbols, probably a war-horn, the sun and the moon (or a mirror). The moon was recorded as broken in the 1930s.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF109&quot&quotWooden pot - lid carved with four figures&quot&quotFetish cup&quot&quot07G03.11&quot&quotFetish cup. Spherical wooden pot. Lid, carved with four figures:: a) man with headress holding a ball? in right hand and a tool or charm in left b) man with right hand on groin and left on shoulder c) man holding one or two objects in hands d) man hiding face with hands.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF110&quot&quotWooden games board - 'Mancala'&quot&quotGame board&quotNULL&quotWooden games board, 'Mancala' or 'Oware', similar to stool types.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF111&quot&quotLeather handled fly whisk&quot&quotFly-whisk&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quotLeather handled fly whisk made from. Elephant or Rhino's tail. Handle decorated with red, green and white leather.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF112&quot&quotGrass hand broom&quot&quotHand broom&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotGrass hand broom.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF113&quot&quotGrass hand broom&quot&quotHand broom&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotGrass hand broom.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF114&quot&quotGrass hand broom&quot&quotBroom&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotGrass hand broom.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF115&quot&quotWhite horse tail fly flap&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotWhite horse tail fly flap.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF116&quot&quotWhite horse tail fly flap&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotWhite horse tail fly flap.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF117&quot&quotHorse tail - for fly flap&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotHorse tail fly flap.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF118&quot&quotHorse tail - for fly flap&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotHorse tail fly flap.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF119&quot&quotHorse tail - for fly flap&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotHorse tail fly flap.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF120&quot&quotHorse tail fly flap with leather handle&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotHorse tail fly flap with leather handle. Handle is of brown leather with tan and green leather strips woven into it.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF121&quot&quotHorse tail fly flap with leather handle&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotHorse tail fly flap with leather handle. There is black, brown and cream coloured leatherwork between the handle and the horsehair.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF122-123&quot&quotWooden leopard (AF122) with drum (AF123)&quot&quotDrum&quotNULL&quotCarved and painted wooden leopard with a drum on its back.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF124-143&quot&quot20 Spears&quot&quotSpears&quotNULL&quot20 Spears. AF126 and AF136 missing their points. AF142, with carved relief on end, may be a ceremonial spear used as a staff.&quot&quot43&quot
&quotAF144&quot&quotWooden staff&quot&quotStaff&quotNULL&quotWooden staff.&quot&quot43&quot
&quotAF145-155&quot&quot11 Spears&quot&quotSpears&quotNULL&quot11 Spears.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF156-159&quot&quot4 Spears or assegais&quot&quotSpears or Assegais&quotNULL&quot4 Zulu spears or assegais.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF160&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear or assegai.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF161&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotMatabele spear.&quot&quot42&quot
&quotAF162&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF163&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot43&quot
&quotAF164&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot40&quot
&quotAF165&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot40&quot
&quotAF166&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF167&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotMatabele spear.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF168&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear or Assegai.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF169&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF170&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF171&quot&quotSpear or assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear, or assegai snapped in two to make short stabbing spear. [not seen]&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF172&quot&quotSpear or assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear, or assegai snapped in two to make short stabbing spear. [not seen]&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF173&quot&quotSpear or assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear, or assegai snapped in two to make short stabbing spear. [not seen]&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF174&quot&quotSpear or assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear, or assegai snapped in two to make short stabbing spear. [not seen]&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF175&quot&quotSpear or assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear, or assegai snapped in two to make short stabbing spear. [not seen]&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF176&quot&quotSpear or assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear, or assegai snapped in two to make short stabbing spear. [not seen]&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF177&quot&quotSpear or assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear, or assegai snapped in two to make short stabbing spear. [not seen]&quot&quot40&quot
&quotAF178&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF179&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF180&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF181&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quot&quotSpear or Assegai&quotNULL&quotSpear or Assegai.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF182&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF183&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF184&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF185-186&quot&quot2 Spears&quot&quotSpears&quotNULL&quot2 Spears.&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF187&quot&quotSpear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotSpear.&quot&quot35&quot
&quotAF188&quot&quotBasket decorated with beadwork&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotLarge basket with lid, decorated with beadwork. Basket and lid with woven pattern. Two straps decorated with red, black and yellow beads in a chevron patterrn (now detached). There are also eleven shells (detached) which were once part of the decoration, possibly attached to the straps.&quot&quot45&quot
&quotAF189&quot&quotSword and scabbard with worked leather fittings&quot&quotSword and scabbard&quotNULL&quotSword and scabbard with worked leather fittings. Curved steel blade 60.5cm, with a single edge, slightly fullered. Leather covered hilt (no crossbar) and brass ball pommel. Paddle shaped wooden scabbard covered overall with leatherthe lower portion bulbous in form and decorated with geometric designs overallsome attached decorative hangings - some missing. Sudanese sword from the Manding region.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF189A&quot&quotLeather fitting for scabbard&quot&quotLeather item&quot&quot07A084&quot&quotLeather fitting or decorative piece composed of two long tapering flanges joined at the top onto a plaited knob and with a number of leather strings attached. These flanges are decorated in a series of geometrical designs worked into the surface of the leather.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF189B&quot&quotLeather fitting for scabbard&quot&quotLeather item&quot&quot07A084&quot&quotLeather fitting or decorative piece composed of two long tapering flanges joined at the top onto a plaited knob and with a number of leather strings attached. These flanges are decorated in a series of geometrical designs worked into the surface of the leather.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF190&quot&quotSword (scabbard) with worked leather fittings&quot&quotSword and scabbard&quotNULL&quotSword and scabbard with worked leather fittings. Curved steel blade 66cm, with a single edge, slightly fullered. Leather covered hilt (no crossbar) and brass ball pommel. Wooden scabbard covered overall with leatherthe lower portion bulbous in form and decorated with geometric designs overallwith attached decorative hangings of leather & leather strips Sudanese sword from the Manding region.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF191&quot&quotCarved wooden paddle&quot&quotPaddle&quotNULL&quotCarved wooden paddle.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF192&quot&quotCarved wooden paddle&quot&quotPaddle&quotNULL&quotCarved wooden paddle. Top damaged.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF193&quot&quotPaddle&quot&quotPaddle&quot&quot07F12&quot&quotPaddle with one side concave. One of a pair?&quot&quot125&quot
&quotAF194&quot&quotWooden spear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotWooden spear.&quot&quot43&quot
&quotAF195&quot&quotLeatherwork object. Sheath?&quot&quotSheath?&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotLeatherwork object. Sheath for a knife or dagger?&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF196&quot&quotDigging-stick weight&quot&quotDigging-stick weight&quot&quot07G03.10&quot&quotDigging-stick weight, unmarked.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF197&quot&quotDigging-stick weight&quot&quotDigging-stick weight&quot&quot07G03.10&quot&quotDigging-stick weight. Marked "Dale" "B" "Cape" "C.H."&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF198&quot&quotSpear head&quot&quotSpear head&quotNULL&quotSudanese spear head.&quot&quot37&quot
&quotAF199&quot&quotSpear head&quot&quotSpear head&quotNULL&quotSudanese spear head.&quot&quot37&quot
&quotAF200&quot&quotBarbed spear head&quot&quotSpear head&quotNULL&quotBarbed spear head.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF201&quot&quotHorn - side-blown&quot&quotHorn (Musical)&quotNULL&quotHorn, side-blown.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF202&quot&quotHorn - side-blown&quot&quotHorn (Musical)&quotNULL&quotHorn, side-blown.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF203&quot&quotPouch and belt with gourd for powder&quot&quotPouch and belt with gourd for powder&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotPouch and belt with gourd for powder.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF204&quot&quotHunting pouch and belt - powder canisters of wood&quot&quotHunting pouch and belt - powder canisters of wood&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotHunting pouch and belt, with powder canisters of wood. Belt with two empty sheaths.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF205&quot&quotPowder horn&quot&quotPowder horn&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotDark brown horn with decorated copper at each end. About one third of the horn is visible. Thick plaited cord attached to the horn about one third of the way in from each end. Attached to the cord by leather bindings are two concertinaed leather pouches which are closed by leather drawstrings. Pouches held in place by a leather 'sling' decorated with black, white and red pattern. At the bottom of the 'slings' are leather tassels.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF206&quot&quotHide shield&quot&quotShield&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotShield (probably only the 'boss' of a shield) made from Rhinoceros hide. Used by Arabs when fighting, to ward off sword or sabre cuts.&quot&quot95&quot
&quotAF207&quot&quotNecklace of beads and hide&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotNecklace of knotted leather interspersed with cut and facetted blue glass beads. At bottom of necklace are three panels of leather, stiched with large leather stiches and containing some hard unknown objects, two in each panel. Ends of necklace are plaited and tied into fringes, with a sliding thong.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF208&quot&quotChain carved in wood&quot&quotChain&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotDark wooden chain carved from one piece of wood. One end finished in the shape of a curved hand (thumb missing?), the other end is formed by a carved 'wedge' with a pattern of criss-crossing lines. Within the chain are two other decorative devices - one carved to contain a wooden bead, the other carved into a 'cube' with holes through centre.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF209&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quotContainer&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotGourd container with vegetable fibre carrying handle.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF210&quot&quotGourd containing lead shot&quot&quotGourd containing lead shot&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotGourd containing lead shot. The stopper is a piece odf crumpled paper.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF211&quot&quotGourd container with carved decoration&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotGourd container with carved decoration.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF212&quot&quotWooden club&quot&quotClub&quotNULL&quotWooden club.&quot&quot37&quot
&quotAF213&quot&quotWooden object - function unknown&quot&quotWooden object&quot&quot07G02.13&quot&quotWooden object (function unknown). Geometric design, bottom part arch shaped, upper diamond with string attached through hole. Each arm of the arch has a hole at end (?part of something else).&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF214&quot&quotQuiver and 9 arrows&quot&quotQuiver and arrows&quotNULL&quotQuiver of 9 arrows.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF215&quot&quotQuiver and 17 arrows&quot&quotQuiver and arrows&quotNULL&quotQuiver of 17 arrows.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF216&quot&quotQuiver and 4 arrows&quot&quotQuiver and arrows&quotNULL&quotQuiver of 4 arrows.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF217&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife and sheath.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF218&quot&quotKnife and sheath (ornamental)&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quot07G04.05&quot&quotKnife and sheafth (ornamental).&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF219&quot&quotIron 'spear' currency&quot&quotIron 'spear' currency&quotNULL&quotIron 'spear' currency.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF220&quot&quotComb&quot&quotComb&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotComb formed from strips of pointed cane (?) woven together with fibre but in such a way that they fan out out towards one end . woven fibre forms bands across the canes and zig-zagging lines.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF221&quot&quotKnobkerry&quot&quotKnobkerry&quotNULL&quotKnobkerry. Entirely of wood with shaft and ball-shaped head&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF222&quot&quotEgyptian bow&quot&quotBow&quotNULL&quotEgyptian bow.&quot&quot45&quot
&quotAF223&quot&quotBow&quot&quotBow&quotNULL&quotBow (remnant of bow-string attached).&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF224&quot&quotAlmanac stick&quot&quotAlmanac stick&quotNULL&quotWood stick with carved and shaped handle&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF225&quot&quotWitches stick for smelling out witches for sacrifices&quot&quotWitches stick&quotNULL&quot'Witches stick for smelling out witches for sacriffices'. Carved with clenched hand with pointing forefinger. Probably a 'Linguist's or chief's spokesman's staff.'&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF226&quot&quotBone-handled knife in skin sheath&quot&quotKnife in sheath&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotBone-handled knife in leopard skin sheath. Knife European made.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF227&quot&quotPair of paddles&quot&quotPaddles&quot&quot07F32&quot&quotPair of paddles.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF228&quot&quotPair of paddles&quot&quotPaddles&quotNULL&quotPair of paddles.
O/L 110cm&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF229&quot&quotPair of paddles&quot&quotPaddles&quotNULL&quotPair of paddles.
O/L 171cm&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF230&quot&quotPair of paddles&quot&quotPaddles&quotNULL&quotPair of paddles.
O/L 159cm&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF231&quot&quotPaddle&quot&quotPaddle&quotNULL&quotPaddle with one side concave.
O/L 154cm&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF232&quot&quotLeather shoulder bag (modern)&quot&quotShoulder bag&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotTan coloured leather bag with pale green cord shoulder strap. Bag folds over to close. Records indicate it once held incense.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF233&quot&quotLamp - pottery, green glazed (modern)&quot&quotOil lamp&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotOil lamp of green glazed pottery. Small areas of glaze have flaked off.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF234&quot&quotPottery ink-pot in shape of a low building&quot&quotInkwell&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotPottery ink-pot in shape of a low building. Glazed in blues and green. Large chip missing from rim&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF235&quot&quotPowder horn&quot&quotPowder horn&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotPowder horn with a decorated wooden stopper. Horn is olive green with red, black and grey painted decoration. There are two strips of leatrher attached, one of which is pierced with small holes possibly for use with a buckle. The other piece of leather is broken.&quot&quot68&quot
&quotAF236&quot&quotDoor lock and key&quot&quotDoor lock and key&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotDoor lock and key. Consists of four pieces of wood. Two marked "door lock from Cairo" another with four metal pins marked "key to door lock from Cairo" the other is a possibly newer piece of wood with three holes that go completely through it. Two of the holes have metal pins in them.&quot&quot45&quot
&quotAF237&quot&quotCarved wooden drum stick&quot&quotDrum stick&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotCarved wooden drumstick.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF238&quot&quotShort sword or dagger, ornamental sheath&quot&quotSword or dagger with sheath&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotShort sword or dagger, ornamental sheath, wood and metal hilt. Cord attached via 2 metal rings.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF239&quot&quotShort sword or dagger, ornamental sheath and hilt&quot&quotSword or dagger with sheath&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotShort sword or dagger, ornamental sheath and hilt, brass. There are two metal rings for attaching sword to a belt.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF240&quot&quotDagger or Jambya with sheath&quot&quotDagger or Jambya with sheath&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotSticking dagger or Jambya. Sheath of decorated leather and ornamental metal work. Strap attached.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF241&quot&quotPair of leather sandals&quot&quotSandals&quot&quot05A05&quot&quotPair of leather sandals.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF242&quot&quotPair of leather sandals&quot&quotSandals&quot&quot05A05&quot&quotPair of leather sandals.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF243&quot&quotPair of leather sandals&quot&quotSandals&quot&quot05A05&quot&quotPair of leather sandals.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF244&quot&quotPair of leather sandals&quot&quotSandals&quot&quot05A05&quot&quotPair leather sandals.&quot&quot28&quot
&quotAF245&quot&quotPair of sandals&quot&quotSandals&quot&quot05A05&quot&quotPair leather sandals.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF246&quot&quotPair of sandals, leather, decorated&quot&quotSandals&quot&quot05A05&quot&quotPair of leather sandals (ornamented).&quot&quot28&quot
&quotAF247&quot&quotPair of ear-rings&quot&quotPair of ear-rings&quotNULL&quotPair of ear-rings.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF248&quot&quotBasketwork scoop&quot&quotScoop&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotBasket work scoop.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF249&quot&quotCloth and bead garment ?&quot&quotGarment&quot&quot07G02.14&quot&quotWomen's apron. Rectangle of brown fabric [cotton] with red, black and white beaded fringe, some damage to fabric and some strands of beads missing.&quot&quot125&quot
&quotAF250&quot&quotAlmanac stick ?&quot&quotAlmanac stick&quotNULL&quotCarved wooden stick, the shaft divided into decorated segments of different decoration&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF251&quot&quotDigging stick or hoe&quot&quotDigging stick&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotDigging stick or hoe. Wood cracked.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF252&quot&quotMace?: head carved on end of stick&quot&quotMace?&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quotMace? Head carved on end of stick.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF253&quot&quotLeather whip with ornamental handle&quot&quotWhip&quot&quot07G06.18&quot&quotLeather whip with ornamental handle.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF254&quot&quotCarved wooden stick showing snake twisted on stem and held by 'hand' handle&quot&quotCarved staff&quotNULL&quotCarved wooden stick, the head formed as a 'hand' holding a snakes head, the body of the snake twisted around the shaft&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF255&quot&quotBracelet of brass wire&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07A095&quot&quotSmall bracelet of coiled wire with four larger pieces of wire coiled at intervals.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF256&quot&quotHorn spoon with long handle&quot&quotSpoon&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotHorn spoon with long shaped handle. Spoon has deep bowl and is transparent. Handle is more opaque with darker markings in the horn.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF257&quot&quotOne brass necklace (made of brass wire)&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A095&quot&quotNecklace of coiled brass wire with larger metal 'beads' at intervals.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF258+A-J&quot&quot11 Bracelets of brass wire&quot&quotBracelets&quot&quot07A095&quot&quot11 Bracelets made of brass wire, used and decorated in slightly different ways.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF259&quot&quotSmall round container made of horn, with stopper&quot&quotContainer&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotSmall round container with slightly flattened base. Stopper in the form of a plug with a dark shiny button-like knob. Inside are two pieces of lead shot.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF260&quot&quotScoop in shape of a hand&quot&quotScoop&quot&quot07A096&quot&quotWooden 'scoop' in the form of a hand ('thumb' broken off), carved from piece of rough timber. Hand is convex on outside surface and concave on inner one.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF261&quot&quotFly whisk with wooden handle inlaid with black, red and white&quot&quotFly whisk&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotFly whisk with wooden handle inlaid with black, red and white.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF262&quot&quotSpiral of bark, possibly leg ornament&quot&quotAnklet ?&quot&quot07G06.16&quot&quotSpiral of bark, possibly a leg ornament. Very dry.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF263&quot&quotGourd container with incised decoration&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06,15&quot&quotGourd container with incised decoration. In two halves. Both pieces have the same incised decoration.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF264&quot&quotBottle or container made from gourd&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.17&quot&quotBottle or container made from gourd. Incised decoration, remnants of bead-work decoration on stopper. Stopper attached to body by a piece of chain.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF265&quot&quotBottle made from gourd with two handles attached plus a cork&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotBottle made from gourd with two handles attached plus a cork. Handles plaited. Cork broken, one half stuck in gourd, both pieces attached to one handle by a thin cord of the same material as handles.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF266&quot&quotBottle gourd with stopper, decorated with beadwork&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotBottle gourd with stopper decorated with bead-work.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF267&quot&quotShort spear&quot&quotSpear&quotNULL&quotShort spear.&quot&quot43&quot
&quotAF268&quot&quotAssagai&quot&quotAssegai&quotNULL&quotLong throwing assegai.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF269&quot&quotTobacco smoking pipe&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A096&quot&quotLarge wooden pipe, carved and polished, with bowl ornately decorated with inlaid metal. Stem covered with coiled brass and iron wire. End of mouthpiece has a circular decorated brass mouthpiece. Smells smoky!&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF270&quot&quotTobacco smoking pipe&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A096&quot&quotPipe of Karree wood, carved and polished, with stem secured in base of bowl by wooden peg. Bowl has broken away at top to reveal inner lining of iron. Plain shaft flares out to form mouthpiece.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF271&quot&quotTobacco smoking pipe&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A096&quot&quotWooden pipe, carved and polished, with bowl decorated with grey inlaid metal. A peg connects bowl to stem. Stem covered with coiled brass wire up to half its length. End of mouthpiece flares out..&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF272&quot&quotTobacco smoking pipe&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A096&quot&quotPipe of Karree wood, carved and polished, with plain bowl lined with a thin layer of iron which rises just above the edge. Stem attached to bowl by a protruding wooden peg and is a long straight piece of hollowed wood, flaring slightly as it becomes the mouthpiece.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF273&quot&quotPair of drumsticks&quot&quotDrumsticks&quot&quot07A097&quot&quot2 Wooden drumsticks, slightly different. Both have wooden shafts with a hard, padded, rounded end, possibly leather , possibly once covered with a waxy or resinous substance. One is covered over at end and has a plain shaft, the other has a dimple in the padding at the end and some coiled string around a broken portion of the shaft.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF274&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Portable metal forges ?&quot&quotMetal forge ?&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotPortable metal forge? Oblong piece of metal (iron?) possibly used in smelting gold? or copper?. Traces of unidentified metal attached. Holes in base largely filled in. There are metal bands where some type of long removeable handle may have been inserted. Some evidence of heat damage.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF274A&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Portable metal forges ?&quot&quotMetal forge ?&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotPortable metal forge? Oblong piece of metal (iron?) possibly used in smelting gold? or copper?. Traces of unidentified metal attached. Holes in base mostly unblocked. There are metal bands where some type of long removeable handle may have been inserted. Some evidence of heat damage&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF274B&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Portable metal forges ?&quot&quotMetal forge ?&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotPortable metal forge? Circular piece of metal (iron?) possibly used in smelting gold? or copper?. Traces of unidentified metal attached. Holes in base mostly unblocked. There are metal bands where some type of long removeable handle may have been inserted. Some evidence of heat damage&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF275&quot&quotRattle of open basketwork and seeds&quot&quotRattle&quot&quot07G06.17&quot&quotRattle of open basketwork and seeds. Medicine man's rattle?&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF276&quot&quotDouble purse made of beads and coral, connected by a coin.&quot&quotPurse&quot&quot07A095&quot&quot2 Similar purses (once joined?)made from a loose net of beads ( green, white, red, yellow, black and white) and larter coral beads. threaded on string which is drawn in at both ends to close off the ending. One is closed off with a red bead and a coin with a samll hole. Coin shows on obverse the head of Alfonso X11 and reads "ALFONSO X11 POR LA G. DE DIOS 188- (?)". On reverse is a crown and other symbol (?defaced) and the inscription "REY CONSTL ESPANA , 2 PESETAS".&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF277&quot&quotPrayer beads (Moslem)&quot&quotBeads&quot&quot07A095&quot&quotString of round wooden beads with longer 'pendant' bead in middle and two differently shaped beads further up.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF278&quot&quotMartini Rifle cartridgge cases&quot&quotCartridge cases&quot&quot07G02.13&quot&quot6 Martini Rifle cartridge cases.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF279&quot&quotBrass model of monkey sat in a tree eating corn-cob&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G03.10&quot&quotBrass model of monkey sat in a tree eating corn-cob.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF280&quot&quotBrass figure of a woman holding a container and balancing a further container on her head&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G03.10&quot&quotBrass figure of a woman holding a container and balancing a further container on her head. This second container has a hinged lid on which is seated another female feeding a child.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF281&quot&quotBrass female figure holding container and balancing further container on her head&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G03.10&quot&quotBrass female figure holding container and balancing further container on her head.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF282&quot&quotCentral pivot containing 3 'arms' on each of which is a model of a bird&quot&quotDecorative novelty&quot&quot07G03.10&quot&quotBrass model. Central pivot with three 'arms' on each of which is a model of a bird (two being cockerels). The centre is dominated by a much larger bird.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF283&quot&quotBrass oil-lamp with four burners&quot&quotOil-lamp&quot&quot07G08&quot&quotBrass oil-lamp with four burners.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF284&quot&quotBrass oil-lamp with four burners. Swivel arm attached&quot&quotOil-lamp&quotNULL&quotBrass oil lamp, four burners. Swivel arm attached.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF285&quot&quotBrass oil-lamp with three burners. Swivel arm attached&quot&quotOil-lamp&quot&quot07G08&quot&quotBrass oil-lamp with three burners. Swivel arm attached.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF286&quot&quotBrass oil-lamp with five burners. Thin brass plate attached to swivel arm&quot&quotOil-lamp&quot&quot07G08&quot&quotBrass oil lamp with five burners. Thin brass plate attached to swivel arm. 'Plate' ornamentally shaped.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF287&quot&quotHanging oil lamp (Two pieces)&quot&quotOil-lamp&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotHanging oil lamp in two pieces. Hand shaped panel decorated with a leaf and flower pattern, cross piece missing from handle. 'Hand of Fatima' - symbol of good luck.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF288&quot&quotSmall 'doll' carved from one piece of wood&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G03.11&quot&quotSmall 'doll' carved from one piece of wood.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF289&quot&quotHalf a gourd decorated with animals and a ship&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotHalf a gourd decorated with animals and a ship. String of small blue beads attached. Lines picked out in white.&quot&quot87&quot
&quotAF290&quot&quotHalf a gourd with incised decoration&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotHalf a gourd with incised decoration.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF291&quot&quotHalf a gourd with incised lattice work&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotHalf a gourd with incised lattice work.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF292&quot&quotHalf a gourd decorated with geometrical designs/motifs. Lines picked out in white&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotHalf a gourd decorated with geometrical designs/motifs. Lines picked out in white.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF293&quot&quotHalf a gourd decorated with incised decorations&quot&quotGourd container&quot&quot07G06.15&quot&quotHalf a large gourd, incised decorations. There is a large crack from the bottom of the gourd to near the top.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF294&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF295&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF296&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF297&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF298&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF299&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF300&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding a bowl with lid. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF301&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding her breasts&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman offering her breasts for suckling. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF302&quot&quotBronze figure of woman holding her breasts&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of woman offering her breasts for suckling. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF303&quot&quotBronze figure of a man holding a flintlock gun&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of a man holding a flintlock gun. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF304&quot&quotBronze figure of a man holding a flintlock gun&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of a man holding a flintlock gun. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF305&quot&quotBronze figure of a man holding a flintlock gun&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of a man holding a flintlock gun. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF306&quot&quotBronze figure of a man carrying over left shoulder a flintlock gun, holding in right hand a bush knife&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of a man carrying over left shoulder a flintlock gun, holding in right hand a bush knife. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF307&quot&quotBronze figure of a man, playing a musical instrument, flute (?)&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of a man, playing a musical instrument, flute (?). Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF308&quot&quotBronze figure of a horned animal&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of a horned animal. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF309&quot&quotBronze figure of a horned animal&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07G04.03&quot&quotBronze figure of a horned animal. One leg broken. Part of a set, made for sale to Europeans?&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF310&quot&quotPiece of wood from the tree under which David Livingstone's heart was buried&quot&quotFake memento ?&quot&quot07G203.11&quot&quotPiece of wood supposedly from the tree under which David Livingstone's heart was buried.&quot&quot42&quot
&quotAF311&quot&quotWomen's market carrier&quot&quotMealie basket&quot&quot07H09&quot&quotWomen's market carrier made of reed and bamboo.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF312&quot&quotSmall basket, woven, narrow mouth with stopper&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G02.14&quot&quotSmall basket, woven, narrow mouth with stopper.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF313&quot&quotBasket, woven&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G02.14&quot&quotBasket, woven.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF314&quot&quotHat made of basketwork with cowrie shell ornamentation&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07G02.14&quot&quotHat made of basketwork with cowrie shell ornamentation. The crown and trimming at the bottom edge is of dark brown hide.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF315&quot&quotMarket carrier made of basketwork&quot&quotMealie basket&quot&quot07H09&quot&quotMarket carrier made of basketwork.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF316&quot&quotSmall oblong woven basket with handle&quot&quotBasket&quotNULL&quotSmall oblong woven basket with handle.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF317&quot&quotSmall oblong container with lid, made iof woven grass&quot&quotWoven grass container&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotSmall oblong container with lid, made of woven grass. Outside very faded, colours inside still bright - orange, purple, red.&quot&quot152&quot
&quotAF318&quot&quotSmall oblong container with lid, made of woven grass&quot&quotWoven grass container&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotSmall oblong container with lid, made of woven grass. Very faded/dirty outside. Colours inside bright orange, red, purple.&quot&quot152&quot
&quotAF319&quot&quotHat of vegetable fibre, decorated with alternating patterns of black and red dyed grasses&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotHat of vegetable fibre, decorated with alternating patterns of black and red dyed grasses.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF320&quot&quotHat, wide brim, of vegetable material, traces of grass decoration&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07H04&quot&quotHat, wide brim, of vegetable material, traces of grass decoration.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF321&quot&quotConical shaped hat with upturned brim decorated in red and black&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07G04.04&quot&quotConical shaped hat with upturned brim decorated in red and black. There is a wooden 'lip' nailed to the lower edge.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF322&quot&quotHeadgear of grass, crown composed of ring covered in animal skin&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07G02.12&quot&quotHead wear of grass, crown composed of ring covered in animal skin.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF323&quot&quotHeadgear of split cane, covered with a black cloth, visor of brass attached&quot&quotHelmet&quot&quot07G02.13&quot&quotHead wear of split cane, covered with a black cloth, a visor of brass attached, a tuft of vegetable material on the crown.&quot&quot29&quot
&quotAF324&quot&quotHat of woven cane, partially covered with animal skin with long fur&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotHat of woven cane, partially covered with animal skin with long fur.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF325&quot&quotBasket of plaited vegetable material, with a handle&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G02.13&quot&quotBasket of plaited vegetable material, with a handle, decorated with a series of strings on either side. Contains dried laurel? leaves.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF326&quot&quotBasket of plaited vegetable material&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G02.13&quot&quotBasket of plaited vegetable material.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF327&quot&quotBasket of plaited vegetable material, lined with bark&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G02.13&quot&quotBasket of plaited vegetable material, lined with bark.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF328&quot&quotBasket used in the form of a back-pack&quot&quotBack-pack&quot&quot07H09&quot&quotBasket used in the form of a back-pack. Made of split cane, decorated with tassels of grass and two monkey skulls (originally three - the third being broken).&quot&quot28&quot
&quotAF329&quot&quotSmall basket of cane&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotSmall basket of cane, containing an earthenware pot.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF329A&quot&quotSmall basket of cane&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quotSmall basket of cane.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF330&quot&quotBasket, cane work&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07H09&quot&quotBasket, cane work.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF331&quot&quotBasket, cane work&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G06&quot&quotBasket,, cane work with web-handle and string fringe.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF332&quot&quotCloak ? of woven material, square shaped with slit in the centre&quot&quotPoncho ?&quot&quot07B08&quot&quotCloak? of woven material, square shaped with slit in the centre. Colour black with a wide band of white, red, yellow and blue worked around the outside edge, a line motif is also worked in. Edge fringed with alternate yellow and black.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAF333&quot&quotLeather pouch. Three pockets, middle pocket has two pieces of hand written script (Arabic?) sewn in&quot&quotPouch&quot&quot07G03.08&quot&quotLeather pouch. Three pockets, middle pocket has two pieces of hand written script (Arabic?) sewn in. Decorated on outside with pieces of green leather. Shoulder strap attached consisting of three thongs of cotton material bound with various coloured threads.&quot&quot36&quot
&quotAF334&quot&quotHand loom from OMU (?)&quot&quotHand loom&quot&quot07B08&quot&quotHand loom with specimen of weaving attached. Narrow strip loom used by men.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF335&quot&quotHead dress of a Kaffir Chief&quot&quotHead-dress&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotHead dress of a 'Kaffir Chief', made of a fine woven cloth covered with Guinea Fowl feathers. Grey and white feathers with touches of red.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF336&quot&quot'Fez' or skull cap of fine woven material&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07B08&quot&quot'Fez' or skull cap of fine woven material.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF337&quot&quotConical hat of woven coconut fibre&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07B08&quot&quotConical hat of woven coconut fibre.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF338+A-C&quot&quot4 Disc shaped hats of woven grass&quot&quotPot-lids&quot&quot07G02.14&quot&quot4 Disc-shaped pot lids. Three of same size, one smaller, three have same concentric rings in greenish pattern, smaller one has triangular pattern around edge and a concentric ring in tan colour.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF339+A-H&quot&quot9 Grass woven Fezs, of differing patterns&quot&quotHats&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quot9 Grass woven Fezs, of differing patterns.&quot&quot39&quot
&quotAF340&quot&quotShort skirt or apron of individual fibres of vegetable material attached to a small band of cloth&quot&quotApron&quot&quot07B08&quot&quotShort skirt or apron of individual fibres of vegetable material attached to a small band of cloth.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF341&quot&quotSmall bag of woven grass, no handle&quot&quotBag&quot&quot07G04.06&quot&quotWovern bag or container with a band of stripes in brown, black and blue/green at top. No handle. Long strands of grass coming from the top edge as if it were not finished. The grass "fringe" is fragile.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF342&quot&quotPart of a net&quot&quotFishing? net&quot&quot07A098&quot&quotPart of a net, formed of twisted fibre cord with pieces of leather strip woven around at intervals.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF343&quot&quotApron of short cords on leather thong&quot&quotApron&quot&quot07A098&quot&quotApron, with leather waist thong supporting many short cords , a few with small beads at end and probably once decorated overall with beads. Loose portion of thong has broken off?&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF344&quot&quotLong fringed 'scarf'&quot&quotScarf ?&quot&quot07B08&quot&quotLong fringed 'scarf'. Elongated triangular design in red and yellow.&quot&quot72&quot
&quotAF345&quot&quot3 Leopard's teeth. A hole drilled in each one to take a cord&quot&quotBainyo Ba Ngoi&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quot3 Leopard's teeth. A hole drilled in each one to take a cord. 2 large and 1 small.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF345A&quot&quot3 Imitation leopard's teeth threaded on string&quot&quotBainyo Ba Ngoi&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quot3 carved wooden objects, curved and tapering at each end, perforated at one end and joined on a string (string possibly not original).&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF345B&quot&quotUnfinished imitation leopard's teeth&quot&quotBainyo Ba Ngoi&quot&quot07G02.09&quot&quot2 Carved wooden objects, curved and tapering at each end.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF346&quot&quotPart of large snake's vertebrae strung together&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A097&quot&quotLong rope threaded with the vertebrae of a large snake.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF347&quot&quotNecklace of three loops of fish vertebrae&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A097&quot&quotNecklace of three loops of fish vertebrae threaded on string. Some snake vertebrae at ends taper off in size. String is coiled and knotted at end.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAF348&quot&quotNecklace of snake vertebrae&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A098&quot&quotNecklace of snake vertebrae threaded onto twisted fibre cord and fastened in a loop.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF349&quot&quotLower jaw of monkey or dog - pendant&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A098&quot&quotLower jaw of monkey or dog with traces of leather ornamentation in the form of small leather 'beads' threaded on a string and grouped at back end of jaw. Two separate leather thongs attached - probably the means of it hanging as a pendant.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF350&quot&quotNecklace of snake's vertebrae&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A099&quot&quotNecklace of snake vertebrae threaded onto twisted fibre cord.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAF350A&quot&quotNecklace of snake's vertebrae&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A099&quot&quotNecklace of snake vertebrae threaded onto twisted fibre cord.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAF351&quot&quotNecklace of seeds&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A099&quot&quotShort necklace composed of brownish/greyish seeds on thin string.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF352&quot&quotNecklace of seeds&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A099&quot&quotShort necklace composed of dark brown seeds on thin string, open-ended.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF353&quot&quotStrip of beadwork. Red and yellow beads&quot&quotBeadwork&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotStrip of beadwork. Red and yellow beads in a striped pattern on a strip of black woven fabric.&quot&quot80&quot
&quotAF354&quot&quotNecklace of small yellow, large blue, white and black beads&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07A099&quot&quotNecklace composed of sections of four strands of small yellow beads punctuated by sections of a single large round blue bead, flanked by pearly bead, and then black lozenge shaped bead with white band around centre.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF355+A&quot&quot2 Iron arrow heads&quot&quotArrow heads&quot&quot07G06.17&quot&quot2 Iron arrow heads.&quot&quot45&quot
&quotAF356&quot&quotBead necklace&quot&quotNecklace&quotNULL&quotBead necklace (poor condition).&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF357&quot&quotWooden spoon with divided sticks at other end.&quot&quotSpoon and fork&quot&quot07A081&quot&quotWooden implement with small bowl-shaped 'spoon' at one end , with its shaft divided into two tapering prongs. Made of a light wood.&quot&quot69&quot
&quotAF358&quot&quotPart of bow&quot&quotBow (part of)&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotEnd of bow with notch for string. Plain design.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF358A&quot&quotCrude stick - broken, notched end - hole&quot&quotBow&quot&quot07E-F ?&quot&quotPart of a bow (made from a creeping plant), broken, notched end with hole. See AF358 for another part. Ba-Foma, Botalia Wa Koko. Congo.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF359&quot&quotBundle of 19 arrows (or darts) made of bamboo, with flights made of leaves&quot&quotArrows or blow-darts&quot&quot07G03.07&quot&quotBundle of 19 arrows (or darts) made of bamboo, with flights made of leaves.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF360+A&quot&quot2 Leg ornaments of fine vegetable fibre cord with three 'tails' attached&quot&quotAnklets/Garters&quot&quot07C02&quot&quotLeg ornaments worn like garters. Fine vegetable fibre cord with three 'tails' attached. Traces of red coouring.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF361&quot&quot3 Pieces of wood tied with thread&quot&quotPieces of wood&quot&quot07A094&quot&quotSamples of Skele. 3 Chippings from a hard red wood of Tropical Africa (Baphia nitida). Its.wood is powdered to provide pigment for painting.&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF362&quot&quotMedicine charm&quot&quotMedicine charm&quot&quot07B07&quot&quotMedicine charm, worn round neck. The Lokele call it 'Lisso.'&quot&quot41&quot
&quotAF363&quot&quotNecklace of Chevrotain astragalus bones&quot&quotNecklace&quot&quot07C02&quot&quotNecklace of Chevrotain astragalus bones.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAF364&quot&quotBracelet of Chevrotain astragalus bones&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07C02&quot&quotBracelet of Chevrotain astragalus bones. One of a pair, see AF364A.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAF364A&quot&quotBracelet of Chevrotain astragalus bones&quot&quotBracelet&quot&quot07C02&quot&quotBracelet of Chevrotain astragalus bones. One of a pair, see AF364.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAF365&quot&quotNecklace or charm with four rows of snake vertebrae and a row of Chevrotain astragalus bones&quot&quotNecklace or charm&quot&quot07C02&quot&quotNecklace or charm with four rows of snake vertebrae joined together at each end, and another loop of Chevrotain astragalus bones joined to the first by twine.. Part of an unidentified animal's jaw with teeth, plus flat Cone shell disk with spiral ornament.&quot&quot120&quot
&quotAM001&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotModel of head with upstanding (incomplete) headress.Broken at neck.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM002&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPortion of figure, broken at neck, showing skull-like face with headress. At back of head is a hollow shaft.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM003&quot&quotPottery model of temple&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of pottery model of temple showing stairs rising from a broken base.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM004&quot&quotHead of pottery relief firgure&quot&quotPotsherd, moulded decoration&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotFragment of pot with head and headress in relief applied.Grey fabric.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM005&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure, broken at neck, chipped along top of head. Earrings. Grey colour.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM006&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure, broken at neck but base looks moulded so may have stood alone. 'Grotesque' face with thick neck forming base. Deep hole at back into centre of head.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM007&quot&quotContainer with flat base, dimpled sides & two deep impressions on top&quot&quotPottery object&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotCrudely shaped 'thumb' pot, a lump of clay with two finger shaped holes. Surface roughly decorated with finger impressions.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM008&quot&quotPart of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPortion of figure, showing head and upper part of torso with (?) cloak or garment decorated with small vertical slashes.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM009&quot&quotPottery miniature bowl&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotSmall 'bowl' shaped object with rounded base and moulding around edge below rim.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM010&quot&quotFragment of pottery smoking pipe bowl?&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of figure, showing a hand holding an object (?)&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM011&quot&quotConical stone object - tool (?)&quot&quotStone object&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotConical stone object with domed base and flattened off at top. Partially pierced on one side.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM012&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, moulded&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure, broken at neck, chipped along top of head decoration. eye and nose missing.. White deposit on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM013&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, moulded&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, chipped along sides and top. Patterned headress. White deposit on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM014&quot&quotPart of pottery model of bird&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPart of pottery model of bird with one wing, no head. Hollow on inner side.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM015&quot&quotFragment of female figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPortion of female torso, arms shoulders and lower half missing. Hollow at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM016&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM017&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure, broken at neck and top. Bulging eyes.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM018&quot&quotHead and shoulders of female figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead and upper body of female figure. Pierced (or deep hole) on right hand shoulder.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM019&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck. Face scored with 'wrinkle' lines.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM020&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotFinely modeled head with high rounded cranium, no headress or hair.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM021&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine, with bulbous head, rougly moddelled features and a single large ear decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM022&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine, broken at neck. No decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM023&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine, broken at neck. No decoration, features roughly modelled with little detail.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM024&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine, broken at neck. No decoration. Small indentation in forehead.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM025&quot&quotHead of pottery bird&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of bird, broken at neck, showing pronounced crest on top of head and large beak.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM026&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine, broken at neck. No decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM027&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine, broken at neck. No hair or headress, head is broad at top.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM028&quot&quotDisk made from potsherd&quot&quotDisk&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotDisk made from potsherd. Traces of red colouring on upper face.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM029&quot&quotHead of moulded pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure with small head wearing large anthropomorphic headress (or possibly animal).&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM030&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine, broken at neck. Incision in top of head. Stylised features.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM031&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, chipped along top. Earrings and neck decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM032&quot&quotDisk cut from potsherd&quot&quotDisk&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotRoughly circular disck cut from potsherd, reddish surface, dark clay core.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM033&quot&quotPart of pottery figurine - body&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPart of figure, no head or feet. shows hand holding large club or other object, with flower-like shape on chest.. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM034&quot&quotPart of pottery figurine - body&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPart of figure, no head or feet. shows hand resiting on knee, with flower-like shape between legs.. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM035&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotStylised head of figure, teeth bared, eyes protruding.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM036&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure, broken at neck, with stylised hair or headress. Plain back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM037&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, chipped along top of headress. Patterned headress. White deposit on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM038&quot&quotFragment of pottery figurine, head missing, possibly female.&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFemale torso, head and legs missing. Stands on small base. Arms holding sides of extended belly (pregnant female?). Perforated by 2 holes under armpits.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM039&quot&quotPottery Figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotUpper part of figurine with high headress and holding something in front (?)&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM040&quot&quotTorso of female pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPart of female torso, broken at waist.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM041&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead with headress in the shape of two rolls. Broken at neck. Flat back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM042&quot&quotPart of pottery model - plume of feathers.&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPart of pottery model in the shape of a headress of feathers. Flat back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM043&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead with stylised hair or headress. Pointed nose, slightly chipped. Flat back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM044&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figurine, broken at neck with large upstanding headress. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM045&quot&quotPottery figurine - female torso&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPart of female torso, broken at head and hips with one arm missing. Hands appear to be holding something across midriff. Flat back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM046&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of head (broken across shoulders and top of head) wearing cowl-like headress.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM047&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead with hair or headress and circular incisions for ears or earrings.. Flat back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM048&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, chipped along side. Plumed headress. White deposit on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM049&quot&quotBody of pottery figurine - female&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of body of seated female pottery figure. Broken along shoulders and legs missing.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM050&quot&quotBody of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotBody of pottery figurine, broken at head and feet. Robed figure , flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM051&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, broken neck. Head is modelled with distinct incised eyes and pierced ear decorations (one chipped), as is mouth).&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM052&quot&quotPart of pottery object - curvilinear motif&quot&quotSculpture (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of a pottery object. Outer curving edge intact but broken on three other sides. shows a curvilinear motif with indented swirls. Smooth on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM053&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, broken neck and top of headress. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM054&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, broken neck and above eyes. Neck decoration of a series of rings.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM055&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead and shoulders of (possibly female) figure , chipped along one side of head and lower part of body broken off. Headress has been broken off and glued back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM056&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, moulded&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, chipped along side. Nose chipped.Patterned headress. White deposit on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM057&quot&quotKneeling pottery figurine - head missing&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotKneeling pottery figurine, broken at neck and chipped at feet.. Flat at back and base. Coiled neck decoration around shoulders.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM058&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot08A12.32&quot&quotHead of figure, broken at neck, with headress. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM059&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, broken at neck. Realistic appearance. Rattles.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM060&quot&quotFoot of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFoot of pottery figurine, broken at ankle, wearing sandal with 2 thongs going between toes.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM061&quot&quotPottery figurine - head missing&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotSeated headless figure, crudely modelled.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM062&quot&quotPottery mould for clay object&quot&quotMould (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPart of pottery mould, with rounded end. Design stamped into recessed surface.Rounded back. Broken diagonally.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM063&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotSmall head with pronounced hair or headress. Lines incised on cheeks. flat base.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM064&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead with patterned headress. Broken across neck. Flat back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM065&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of head with pointed headress.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM066&quot&quotHead of pottery animal - Jaguar?&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead animal, possibly jaguar. White deposit on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM067&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead (broken off at neck, otherwise intact) with wide headress.. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM068&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of head showing headress and ear (?) ornament . Flat on back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM069&quot&quotPottery stamp&quot&quotStamp (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPottery stamp (fragment) with pattern on flat surface. Possibly used for body painting (?).&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM070&quot&quotPottery stamp?&quot&quotStamp (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPottery stamp? (broken) with pattern inside a moulded edge.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM071&quot&quotPottery stamp&quot&quotStamp (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery stamp (broken) with pattern on flat surface. Possibly used for body painting (?).&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM072&quot&quotPart of pottery spindle whorl&quot&quotSpindle whorl (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotA part of a round, domed spindle whorl, with central shaft. Flat on base. Domed surface is decorated.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM073&quot&quotHead of pottery monkey&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of monkey modelled in reddish clay. Broken at back. Adornments to top of head.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM074&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotLower half of head, open mouth, pointed nose. Hollowed at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM075&quot&quotPottery spindle whorl&quot&quotSpindle whorl&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotDome-shaped clay spindle whorl with central hole, red painted and patterned on exterior. Base slightly convex.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM076&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotCrudely shaped figure with simplified features, hands and feet broken.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM077&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotFragment of head of figurine, front of face only.Top and sides missing. Smiling or grimacing visage.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM078&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead and shoulders of figurine with headress and ear ornaments. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM079&quot&quotPart of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery figure (fragment). Lower half of head and trunk of body with one(broken) leg, a missing leg and missing two arms.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM080&quot&quotHead of pottery animal&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of animal with long muzzle or snout, and decorated with incised lines.Traces of black colour remain.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM081&quot&quotHead of pottery bird - eagle?&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of bird with broken 'stem'. Large curved beak.. Patterned with feathers on head.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM082&quot&quotPiece of flat ground stone implement&quot&quotImplement&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPiece of flat ground stone with a wedge-shaped profile and tapering towards the edge. chipped at one end.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM083&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figure with large stylised features.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM084&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of head of figure , broken across nose and ower part of face missing. Elaborate headress. Black colouring on both sides.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM085&quot&quotPottery model&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of pottery model showing a scalloped upper-edge moulding and a rendering of a doorway (?)-like pattern below. Back is plain.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM086&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck. Face framed by headress. Back indented.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM087&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotSitting (?) figure, modelled front and back. One arm missing, the other folded over front of body but partially broken.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM088&quot&quotPottery spindle whorl&quot&quotSpindle whorl&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotSpindle whorl, circular, domed and pierced in centre. Decorated on domed surface. Traces of red colour on upper and lower sides.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM089&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery figurine, simply modelled. Bottoms of legs missing.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM090&quot&quotPottery head of dog&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of pottery fanimal (possibly a dog), broken neck and ears chipped.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM091&quot&quotPottery head of rabbit?&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of pottery animal (possibly a rabbit), broken neck and ears chipped. Protruding eyes and curved muzzle.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM092&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, broken at neck and chipped around face.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM093&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, chipped along sides.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM094&quot&quotHead of pottery monkey&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of pottery monkey, broken at neck.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM095&quot&quotPottery animal head, Coati-mundi?&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of animal with long, curved snout or muzzle.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM096&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, moulded&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, chipped along one edge.. Flattish face with prominent nose. Traces of white colour on both sides.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM097&quot&quotPart of pottery spindle whorl&quot&quotSpindle whorl (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotSpindle whorl, circular, high-dome and pierced through centre. Decorated on domed surface with linear pattern.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM098&quot&quotPottery spindle whorl&quot&quotSpindle whorl&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotSpindle whorl, circular, flattish dome, pierced in centre. Chipped in 3 places along edge. Decorated on domed surface with a star pattern.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM099&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck and chipped around face on all sides.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM100&quot&quotHead of pottery snake&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of snake, chipped at jaw.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM101&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine, moulded&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figure , broken at neck, ear chipped along one side. Tall 'eared' headress.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM102&quot&quotPottery spindle worl&quot&quotSpindle whorl&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery spindlewhorl, high dome pierced through centre. Decorated with a pattern of incised lines. Base slightly chipped.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM103&quot&quotPottery stamp&quot&quotStamp&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery stamp with decoration of stepped lines cut out in relief. Whitish deposit on back seems to overlay Accession number, suggesting it is not original.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM104&quot&quotLeg (?) from polychrome pottery vessel decorated with a face.&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotA moulded head underneath a high thickening shape which could be a headdress or the leg of a pottery vessel. Traces of red, orange and black paint.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM105&quot&quotFragment of pottery head, possibly leg (?) from polychrome pottery vessel .&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotA moulded head in a tapering shape with traces of red, black and orange colouring. Broken at neck and top of head.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM106&quot&quotPotsherd - polychrome&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPiece of pot, red slip inside, and outer surface with red background and decoration painted on in yellow and brown, white slip showing through.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM107&quot&quotPotsherd - polychrome&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPiece of pot, patterned inside with black 'stepped' lines on red/orange background , and red/orange outer surface with darker red band.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM108&quot&quotPotsherd - polychrome&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPiece of pot, red slip inside, and outer surface with orange background and decoration of stepped lines and spirals in dark brown and red.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM109&quot&quotPolychrome potsherd&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPolychrome potsherd with black and red decoration on orange background.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM110&quot&quotPart of polychrome pottery vessel.&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotTapering piece of solid ceramic. Head, probably of a snake or crocodile. Shows traces of black and red decoration on an orange /cream background.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM111&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of figurine. Flat base to neck, top of head heart-shaped. Features flat with prominent ears.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM112&quot&quotPart of polychrome pottery vessel.&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotFlat-bottomed piece of hollow ceramic. Head of a bird, probably a duck. Shows traces of black and red decoration on an orange /cream background.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM113&quot&quotPottery spindle whorl&quot&quotSpindle whorl (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotSpindle whorl, decorated with pattern of lines. Red colouring on sides on base. Pierced through centre.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM114&quot&quotPottery torso of female figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotUpper torso of female figure, upstretched arms broken off at shoulders. Painted ochre colour. Flat at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM115&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of figure, high domed forehead with hair or headress above, large lips and protruding jaw and ear ornaments. Blackish clay, hollowed out at back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM116&quot&quotPottery model of maize cob?&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotFragment of model of an ear of maize (?) with flat base.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM117&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPottery figurine, broken at feet. Modelled on all sides.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM118&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPottery figurine, one leg and arm missing, other leg broken at foot and top half of head missing.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM119&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPottery figurine, broken at top of head. Modelled on all sides. Seated figure with arms around knees.Protruding jaw.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM120&quot&quotPottery model skull&quot&quotModel&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotModel of skull with eye sockets, row of teeth. Broken off at neck. Painted black.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM121&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPottery figure with arms and legs missing from torso. Top of head broken off. Pronounced eyes and ear decorations.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM122&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotFragment of head with assymmetrical hair/headress.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM123&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotPottery head, very stylised, possibly with arms. Whitish clay.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM124&quot&quotBody of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotBody of figurine with one arm folded across body and holding something. Seems to be wearing a skirt. Body is perforated below shoulders with two holes.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM125&quot&quotPottery dog's or horse? head&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of animal, possibly a dog, or horse? broken off at neck.Snarling teeth. Ears broken off.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM126&quot&quotFragment of pottery in shape of crocodile's head [Cayman]&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotHead of cayman in black pottery , broken at neck.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM127&quot&quotHead of pottery figurine&quot&quotFigurine (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotModel of head with hair. Flat back.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM128&quot&quotPottery dog's head&quot&quotModel (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of animal, possibly a dog, broken off at neck and lower jaw.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM129&quot&quotPottery drill weight?&quot&quotWeight?&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery drill weight(?). Small dome shaped ceramic object with hole through centre. Slight 'shoulder' on dome.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM130&quot&quotPottery drill weight?&quot&quotWeight?&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery drill weight(?). Small dome shaped ceramic object with hole through centre.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM131&quot&quotPottery stamp&quot&quotStamp (fragment)&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery stamp (broken) with portion of maze-like pattern.. Possibly used for body painting (?).&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM132&quot&quotShell ? ornament&quot&quotOrnament&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotCarved ornament out of concave piece of shell. Pierced on each side. Simple face pattern in central boss?&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM133&quot&quotShell ? pendant&quot&quotOrnament&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotSemi-circular object carved out of shell, with slight ridge carved on each side of flat piece. Pierced at both ends.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM134&quot&quotShell bead&quot&quotBead&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotCircular shell object with portion cut out to make an abstract shape. Perforated through centre. and polished on one surface.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM135&quot&quotShell ? pendant, semi-circular with flanges and pierced.&quot&quotOrnament&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotRoughly semi-circular carved shell (or bone) object, possibly a pendant. Flange on each side and pierced at both ends.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM136&quot&quotBone bead ?&quot&quotOrnament (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotCurved tapering object of bone (?) with hole (which could be natural) running down centre.One end has been flattened out by carving. Possibly decorative, alternatively could be a weaver's shuttle.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM137&quot&quotBone bead ?&quot&quotOrnament (fragment)&quot&quot07D001&quot&quotCurved tapering object of bone (?) with hole (which could be natural) running down centre. both ends have been flattened out by carving. Possibly decorative, alternatively could be a weaver's shuttle.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM138&quot&quotStone implement&quot&quotImplement&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotBlack stone implement, in the shape of an axe head, possibly obsidian. Tip and one side polished, also back edge.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM139&quot&quotStone implement&quot&quotImplement&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotRectangular piece of worked stone, tapered at one end to make a blade. Broken on one corner.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM140&quot&quotComplete pot with modelled face.&quot&quotCeramic pot with decorative head&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotWide-rimmed complete ceramic pot in pinkish coarse clay fabric. From one side of rim has been applied a human face (tooth missing?) with exaggerated features. projecting ears with ear decorations. Pot shows blackish stain internally. Base of pot is raised up inside.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM141&quot&quotStirrup spouted pot in red and white with modelled bird. Mochica culture.&quot&quotStirrup spouted pot with bird&quot&quot08A27.28&quot&quotComplete stirrup spouted pot with spout emerging from the back of a bird which sits on top of the circular pot. Decorated with bands of red and white slip, clay fabric red. Pot has been broken and heavily restored.Two pieces absent from body of pot, and hole in base.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM142&quot&quotStirrup-spout pot with figures in pressed relief, spout missing.. Mochica culture.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A12.32&quot&quotRounded pot on inward sloping base pedestal, with stirrup-spout rising from top (broken in centre and with rest of spout missing.) A panel on each side shows the same design, with two figures (masked or helmeted?) engaged in some sort of interplay involving various objects held in their hands. Figures are in pressed relief against a background painted in white slip. Clay matrix is reddish - red slip applied (?).&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM143&quot&quotRed and white stirrup-spoutedpot in form of a bat. Mochica culture.&quot&quotCeramic pot in form of bat&quot&quot08A27.28&quot&quotComplete vessel in form of a bat with stirrup-spout arising from back. Wings of bat extend around back of pot..Traces of red and white slip remain. Large projecting ears chipped.some scarring on surface of head and on spout. Traces of black decoration on base.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM144&quot&quotStirrup-spout pot in form of seated figure. Mochica culture.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A12.32&quot&quotPot in form of a smiling seated figure, with full cheeks and chin and projecting ears. Figure is holding something in one hand. Stirrup shaped spout protrudes from back of head, though the upstanding portion of the spout is missing. Clay matrix is reddish with and orangey slip or glaze applies. Figure appears to have been moulded in two parts and joined. Some restoration work (consolidation of flaking clay?) appears to have been done to the face and lower portion of the figure and this shiny 'glaze' may be associated with that. Traces of white slip appear on bottom of figure.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM145&quot&quotPot in form of a seated figure. Mochica culture.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A12.32&quot&quotPot in form of seated figure, with draped fabric head covering and hair gathered back down neck. Feet are pressed together at bottom and hands rest on knees. Top of head forms wide neck to vessel (broken in places). In red clay with white slip applied to headdress and hair. Blackening of clay on one side. Hairline crack extends around base and up back.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM146&quot&quotStirrup-spout pot in form of an owl, in red and white. Mochica.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A29&quot&quotFull-bodied pot with irregular curved and rounded projections formed in the shape of an owl. The features of the face are picked out in white slip against the red-slipped base colour. A stirrup-spout has been applied to the back though the vertical part of the spout has been broken. The base is flat and has been covered with white slip. There are drip marks of white slip visible inside the broken spout. There is a small hole near the left hand base of the spout and a horizontal crack.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM147&quot&quotRed and white pot in form of a frog. Mochica culture.&quot&quotCeramic pot in form of frog&quot&quot08A27.28&quot&quotComplete vessel in form of a frog with spout arising from back. Frog is decorated with moulded shapes including ears of corn.Traces of red and whit slip remain. Some black staining on shoulder.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM148&quot&quotPot in form of human figure with snakes -red and white.Mochica.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A11.31&quot&quotCeramic vessel in which the front part has been moulded in the form of a standing figure framed by two snakes. The figure is decorated with a pattern of white slip and is wearing neck and ear decorations. Its eyes and front teeth are highlighted in white. A large spout rises above it. the clay matrix is a reddish brown with white slip applied for decoration.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM149&quot&quotPot in form of frog, in red and white.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A11.31&quot&quotCeramic vessel with wide spout and body formed in the shape of a frog.. clay matrix is reddish, with eyes, legs and spout highlighted in white slip. Stands on a flat base.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM150&quot&quotPot with face on spout. Chimu culture.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A12.32&quot&quotComplete rounded pot on small flattish base, with head forming spout. Handle projects from back of head. Figure has two arms moulded on shulders of pot. Also a beard (?) and hanging hair or hair adornment falling onto pot. Dark clay matrix with black slip ((?), greyish in parts.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM151&quot&quotPot with face on spout - figure on handle. Chimu.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A11.31&quot&quotRound-bodied pot with stylised face on one side of a flaring spout (chipped). A three-dimensional monkey-like figure with tail stands on the shoulder of the pot and its arm is joined to the spout. Two decorated panels adorn the front and back. Pot stands insecurely on a small flat base and clay matrix is dark, probably covered with a black slip, burnished. It appears the pot has been broken and re-glued.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM152&quot&quotBlackware vessel - spout and handle. Chimu culture.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A12.32&quot&quotComplete vessel formed of high sloping base with rounded body and tall tapering spout with handle. Body is decorated with relief decorations of two stylised figures with curving headresses. Clay base is black with traces of white slip (?) showing in places, especially base which is decorated with a circular pattern.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM153&quot&quotDouble bodied vessel with animal head spout. Black whistling vessel. Chimu.&quot&quotCeramic pot&quot&quot08A27.28&quot&quotDouble bodied black vessel joined at body and with arching handle at necks. One vessel has a tall spout (chipped) with flaring rim, the other is in the form of an animal head (panther?) with perforations beside the eyes and at corners of mouth (whistling vessel?). Both bodies are decorated with curving bands of decoration in the form of incised lines . Surface of black slip but traces of shite slip remain.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM154&quot&quotFragment of pot with two human faces in medallion form, black.&quot&quotPortion of pot decorated with 2 relief heads&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotPot sherd from large pot decorated with two moulded heads. black slip applied to outside surface.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM155&quot&quotPlain, black globular vessel with moulded ring design on front&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A29&quot&quotRound bodied pot with rounded base. It appears to have been made from two moulded halves, joined vertically. a flaring spout has been applied (chipped). A small projecting point arises from one shoulder of the main body. No flattening of base. Clay matrix is dark with black slip applied.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM156&quot&quotFragments of vessel with head on spout - black. Chimu culture.&quot&quotPot fragments&quot&quot08A29&quot&quotPot in five fragments, four of which have been glued together. Pot is of a greyish clay covered in black slip. The round body of the pot forms the body of the figure with arms in front. The head stands above the body and a round spout rises out of it.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM157&quot&quotDouble-bodied vessel with whistling spout in form of bird.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A11.31&quot&quotCeramic vessel with two bodies joined, and necks joined with a bridge of perforated ceramic. One vessel has a broken neck, the other one is finished with a small bird (beak chipped) with small hole underneath. Material is a dark clay covered with black slip. Each vessel is decorated front and back with a panel of patterned incised design. Bases are curved.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM158&quot&quotVessel with spout and handle, relief modelling, red-ward. Probably Chimu culture.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A11.31&quot&quotPot with spout (broken) and handle. Sits on flat base, handle attaches to broad shoulder. Upper half decorated with a relief moulding of two winged beasts with beaks, arms and legs, holding something in their hands. No colour applied, whole pot is an orangey-red.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM159&quot&quotVessel in form of recumbent dog with stirrup spout.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A11.31&quot&quotCeramic vessel in form of recumbent dog (or other animal) with head projecting on one side. Legs and tail are moulded in relief on surface. A hollow stirrup spout arises from the dog's body but is broken at the top. There is a small animal with tail moulded on at the point where it is broken. The vessel is mounted on a pedestal base with rounded bottom, chipped on one edge. It is decorated in a basic white slip, with red and black to pick out details of face, ears, paws, genitals. Handle is decorated with a pattern of rings. On the back is a patch of black staining. Head has been broken off and re-glued.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM160&quot&quotVessel with spout and handle. Mochica culture.&quot&quotFlagon -shaped pot with spout and handle.&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotFlagon-shaped pot with tall narrow spout and large handle. Body made in two parts probably. Body decorated with wide band of whit slip and bands of red slip with two birds. Traces of white slip on spout. Spout chipped at top. Flat base.&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM161&quot&quotPot with stamped decoration - black.&quot&quotPot&quot&quot08A29&quot&quotPot with rounded base and large 'waist'. Simple upright rim. Upper half of body above waist decorated with stamped pattern of lines and dots. Some damage to main body is seen. a piece of string has been tied around base of rim. Cllay matrix is dark and blackened on one side (possibly slip).&quot&quot57&quot
&quotAM162&quot&quotShort wooden club&quot&quotClub&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotShort wooden club. Handle has grip of woven cane.&quot&quot88&quot
&quotAM163-197&quot&quot35 Reed arrows, some with flights, many damaged&quot&quotArrows&quot&quot07F12-F22&quot&quotReed arrows, some with flights, many damaged.&quot&quot73&quot
&quotAM198&quot&quotReed arrow, poisoned, with cased head&quot&quotArrow&quotNULL&quotReed arrow, poisoned, with cased head'.&quot&quot73&quot
&quotAM199-206&quot&quot6 Arrows&quot&quotArrows&quotNULL&quot6 Arrows with barbed wooden points and flighted.&quot&quot90&quot
&quotAM201, AM203&quot&quot2 Arrows&quot&quotArrows&quotNULL&quot2 Arrows with long smooth points, no flights.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM207-209&quot&quot3 Wooden bows&quot&quotBows&quotNULL&quot3 Wooden bows.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM210&quot&quotPottery vessel with modelling of kneeling man.&quot&quotPot in shape of human form&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotPot with human form moulded from one side, with head rising up from rim. Male figure is sitting with one leg bent (or amputated at knee) and one arm folded across chest, the other resting on knee. Face an d body decorated on a white background with geometric pattern of lines and dots in black. A similar, more elaborate pattern in black and red, is painted around the back of the pot. Clay fabric is whitish. Top of head is broken off. Two more recent chips from forehead are in a seperate tube with a note. A repair has been made at the neck of the pot.&quot&quot75&quot
&quotAM211&quot&quotVessel of soft stone&quot&quotStone vessel&quot&quot07G11&quot&quotVessel of soft stone (steatite). Donated as a 'Sioux Bowl.' Probably archaeological.&quot&quot75&quot
&quotAM212&quot&quotSoapstone trough&quot&quotCooking trough&quot&quot07G11&quot&quotSoapstone cooking trough.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM213&quot&quotBirchbark basket - porcupine quill embroidery&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotBirchbark basket with porcupine quill embroidery.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM214&quot&quotBeaded (tobacco ?) pouch&quot&quotPouch&quot&quot07B02&quot&quotBeaded (tobacco ?) pouch.&quot&quot82&quot
&quotAM215-216&quot&quotBeaded hide panels&quot&quotBeadwork&quot&quot07B02&quot&quotBeaded hide panels - for tobacco pouch (?).&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM217&quot&quotPair of moccasins (beaded)&quot&quotMoccasins&quot&quot05A06&quot&quotPair of moccasins (beaded). One has tongue of black material, the other dark blue matching rest of upper.&quot&quot82&quot
&quotAM218&quot&quotPair of soft hide boots&quot&quotBoots&quot&quot05A06&quot&quotPair of soft hide boots.&quot&quot82&quot
&quotAM219&quot&quotPair of moccasins - ornamented with porcupine quills/ribbon (?)&quot&quotMoccasins&quot&quot05A06&quot&quotPair of moccasins - ornamented with porcupine quills (?) and ribbon.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM220&quot&quotMoccasin - embroidered&quot&quotMoccasin&quot&quot05A06&quot&quotMoccasin, embroidered.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM221-224&quot&quot4 Cloth bands with bead embroidery. Moth damage&quot&quotBeadwork&quot&quot07B02&quot&quotCloth band with bead embroidery.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM225&quot&quotCloth bag with bead embroidery&quot&quotBag&quot&quot07B02&quot&quotCloth bag with bead embroidery.&quot&quot82&quot
&quotAM226&quot&quotPair of snowshoes&quot&quotSnowshoes&quot&quot07G05&quot&quotPair of snowshoes with loops for shoes.&quot&quot59&quot
&quotAM227&quot&quotPair of snowshoes&quot&quotSnowshoes&quot&quot07G05&quot&quotPair of snowshoes with open weave dyed red.&quot&quot59&quot
&quotAM228&quot&quotModel sealing spear&quot&quotModel harpoon&quot&quot07G05&quot&quotIvory model of a sealing spear.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM229&quot&quotLarge leather holster, tooled decoration and fringed&quot&quotHolster&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotLarge leather holster, tooled decoration and fringed.&quot&quot58&quot
&quotAM230&quot&quotBow&quot&quotBow&quotNULL&quotBow of red wood with grooved back.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM231&quot&quotBow&quot&quotBow&quotNULL&quotBow of red wood with black back, half round section.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM232&quot&quotStick&quot&quotWooden tool&quotNULL&quotStick, slightly pointed at one end, with a hole at either end. Possibly part of a fishing net or used to make or mend a net?&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM233&quot&quotManeas for fettering horses&quot&quotManeas&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotManeas for fettering horses.&quot&quot89&quot
&quotAM234&quot&quotCarved wooden stirrup&quot&quotStirrup&quotNULL&quotCarved wooden stirrup.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM235&quot&quotMexican flagellae for riderless horse&quot&quotFlagellae&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotMexican flagellae for riderless horse.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM236&quot&quotMexican flagellae for riderless horse&quot&quotFlagellae&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotMexican flagellae for riderless horse.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM237&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Eskimo bows&quot&quotBow&quotNULL&quotBow.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM238&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Eskimo bows&quot&quotBow&quotNULL&quotShot Bow. Iron body covered with sinue&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM239&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Eskimo bows&quot&quotBow&quotNULL&quotLaminated bow apparently secured by pitch or a similar substance and wrapped in vegetable fibre. Broken about a third of the way along bow.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM240&quot&quotStone axe head attached to wooden handle&quot&quotStone axe/chisel&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotStone axe head attached to wooden handle.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM241&quot&quotPair of Mexican Hose&quot&quotHosiery&quot&quot07B02&quot&quotPair of Mexican hose.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM242&quot&quotBlack pottery head, human.&quot&quotFigurine (fragment) or potsherd?&quot&quot08A29&quot&quotThree dimensional ceramic head with realistic features, hollow with two holes pierced through centre of ears. Circular moulded headdress runs around front and sides of head. Plain on back and top. This head has been broken off at the neck - so hard to tell if part of a pot or a figure sculpture. Head feels heavy to hold. Clay matrix is greyish with black slip applied and possibly areas of white slip, relics of which can be seen in the folds of the decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM243&quot&quot2 Fragments of a pottery head (human)&quot&quotPottery head - fragments&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quot2 Fragments of a pottery human head, broken and neck and across head. One fragment has eyes, nose and hair, the other has the right hands side of hair and back of head. hair is decorated in a pattern of incised lines filled with white slip. Clay is thick and heavy.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM244&quot&quot3 Fragments from pottery figure&quot&quotCeramic fragments from figure&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotFragment from ceramic figure sculpture, comprising part of chest and arm . Draped clothing or decoration on top of arm and around neck. Hand broken off and loose. Small piece of decoration broken off from chest is wrapped seperately. Dark clay fabric with black slip. Part of same figure as AM245 and AM246, though surface finish less polished.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM245&quot&quotFragment from pottery figure&quot&quotCeramic fragment from figure&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotFragment from ceramic figure sculpture, comprising folded arm and part of chest. . Draped clothing or decoration on top of arm and around neck. Hand is curled into fist with hole as if may have held something. Small piece of decoration broken off from other hand is in with it . Dark clay fabric with black slip. Possibly part of same figure as AM246 and AM244, finish similar to AM246. Also similarity in style to AM242.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM246&quot&quotHead from pottery figure&quot&quotCeramic head&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotHead from a ceramic figure, broken at neck, wearing some kind of head covering. Dark clay fabric with black slip. Old glue on break. Part of same figure as AM244 and AM245? Also similarity to AM242.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM247&quot&quotCarapace of an armadillo fashioned into a basket&quot&quotBasket&quot&quot01C17&quot&quotCarapace of an armadillo fashioned into a basket. Handle/tail broken.&quot&quot73&quot
&quotAM247A&quot&quotCarapace of an armadillo fashioned into a purse ?&quot&quotPurse ?&quot&quot01C17&quot&quotCarapace of an armadillo fashioned into a purse ?&quot&quot73&quot
&quotAM248&quot&quotBlow pipe&quot&quotBlow pipe&quot&quot07F12-F32&quot&quotBlow pipe, 'Bodeguera.'&quot&quot90&quot
&quotAM249&quot&quotPiece of sail-cloth&quot&quotSail-cloth&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotPiece of sail-cloth.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM250&quot&quotThree pronged Eskimo fish spear&quot&quotFish spear&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotThree-pronged fish spear. Shaft broken, prongs made of bone.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM251&quot&quotFish spear. Bone blade. Part of shaft attached&quot&quotFish spear&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotFish spear with bone blade. Part of shaft attached.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM252&quot&quotBone blade of fish spear&quot&quotFish spear&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotBone blade of fish spear. No shaft.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM253&quot&quotWatch pocket made by Eskimo. Skin - decorated&quot&quotWatch pocket&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotWatch pocket of animal skin, decorated.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM254&quot&quotModel of Kayak carved from Ivory&quot&quotKayak&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotModel of Kayak carved from Ivory.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM255&quot&quotIron nail used as fish hook&quot&quotImprovised fish hook&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotIron nail used as fish hook.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM256+A&quot&quot2 Purses made from penguins' feet&quot&quotPurses&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quot2 Purses made from 'penguins' feet. Not so, but probably Loons or Geese.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM257&quot&quot1 of 2 pieces of sail cloth&quot&quotSail-cloth&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotPiece of sail cloth.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM258&quot&quot1 of 2 pieces of sail cloth&quot&quotSail-cloth&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotPiece of sail cloth.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM259&quot&quotPiece of rope&quot&quotRope&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotPiece of rope.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM260&quot&quotLid of food tin&quot&quotFood tin&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotLid of food tin.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM260A&quot&quot[1 of] 5 food tins&quot&quotFood tin&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotFpod tin. Pressed on base: Goldner patent.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM260B&quot&quot[1 of] 5 food tins&quot&quotFood tin&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotFood tin. Pressed on base: Goldner patent. Also remains of paper label with instructions.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM260C&quot&quot[1 of] 5 food tins&quot&quotFood tin&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotFood tin. Pressed on base: Goldner patent. Signs of being placed on fire.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM260D&quot&quot[1 of] 5 food tins&quot&quotFood tin&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotFood tin. Pressed on base: Goldner patent. Remains of paper label with instructions.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM260E&quot&quot[1 of] 5 food tins&quot&quotFood tin&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotFood tin. '154' scratched on base.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM261&quot&quotPiece of iron hoop&quot&quotIron hoop&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotPiece of iron hoop.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM262&quot&quotPortion of a barrel lid with 'Mixed Pickles' scratched thereon&quot&quotPiece of barrel&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotPortion of a barrel with 'Mixed Pickles' scratched thereon.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM263&quot&quotSnow shovel&quot&quotSnow shovel&quot&quot07G05&quot&quotSnow shovel.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM264&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quotKnife and sheath&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotKnife and sheaf. Handle of knife and sheaf made of bone, with leather attached. Decorated with incised lines and caribou/reindeers.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM265&quot&quotBone spoon traced with figures of reindeer&quot&quotBone spoon&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotBone spoon traced with figures of caribou/reindeer.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM266&quot&quotContainer made of bone with wooden lid and plug&quot&quotBone container&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotContainer made of bone with wooden lid and plug.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM267&quot&quotBone needle&quot&quotBone needle&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotBone needle with 2 eyes.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM267A&quot&quotBone awl/drill?&quot&quotBone awl/drill?&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotBone awl/drill for enlarging existing hole?&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM267B&quot&quotBone awl/drill?&quot&quotBone awl/drill?&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotBone awl/drill for making hole?&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM267C&quot&quotBone implement&quot&quotBone implement&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotBone implement. Mouth-piece for use with awl/drill when making hole?&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM267D&quot&quotBone implement&quot&quotBone implement&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotSmall piece of bone with large hole. Probably to place under skins when making holes with awl.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM268&quot&quotModel of Eskimo Kayak paddle&quot&quotKayak paddle&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotModel of Eskimo Kayak paddle. Bone tipped (one end broken).&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM269&quot&quotDrill made of copper&quot&quotDrill&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotDrill made of native copper.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM270&quot&quot3 Pieces of pitch&quot&quotPieces of pitch&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quot3 Pieces of pitch. Relics of the Franklin Artic Expedition.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM271&quot&quotMatrix from a fire&quot&quotMatrix from a fire&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotMatrix from a fire. Relics from Sir John Franklin's Artic Expedition.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM272&quot&quotModel of knife&quot&quotModel of knife&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotModel 'ULU' - woman's knife - usually metal.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM273&quot&quotPiece of sacking&quot&quotPiece of sacking&quot&quot07G17.02&quot&quotPiece of sacking. Relic of the Sir John Franklin Artic Expedition.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM274&quot&quotModels of lacrosse crosses (pair)&quot&quotLacrosse crosses&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotModels of lacrosse crosses (pair).&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM275&quot&quotPlaited bowl covered with bitumen, cowries embedded&quot&quotPlaited bowl&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotPlaited bowl covered with bitumen,,cowries embedded.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM276&quot&quotAxe with stone blade&quot&quotStone axe&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotAxe with stone blade. Blade probably genuine, haft very light and pale (dyed), 'modern' looking. Hand grip of string.&quot&quot88&quot
&quotAM277&quot&quotMilitary medal, 1865&quot&quotMilitary medal&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotMilitary medal gained by a Soldier of the Uruguayan Forces at the surrender of the town of Yatay, Paraguay, Aug. 17th, 1865, during the war between Brazil and Paraguay.&quot&quot89&quot
&quotAM278&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment, open at one end with a kind of plug. Reddish fabric . No decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-01&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery fragment, spear-head&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery fragment. Probably the head of a spear, representing a stone blade lashed on to shaft. Broken off near top of shaft.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-02&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery fragment, adze-shaped&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment. Possibly the head of an adze, with a broad curving blade. Broken off at 'shaft' and other end of 'blade'. Upper surface of 'blade' is decorated with a pattern of criss-crossing incised lines.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-03&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPotsherd of dark fabric, with four moulded figures in semi-relief. Greyish deposit on curved inner surface with shelly inclusion. AM278.03A is part of base of the same vessel, AM278.24 & AM278.36 possibly also belong.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-03A&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotFragment of pottery base&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment. Portion of base, roughly made.Blackened on outer surface with greyish deposit on inner surface. AM278.03 is part of the same vessel, AM278.24 & AM278.36 possibly also belong.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-04&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotSolid fragment, (part of shoulder or leg?),. Surface decorated with a pattern of impressed marks like grains of cereal.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-05&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment from large vessel. Decorated with upper half of a figure in large headdress and holding aloft some object. Lower part of figure has sheared off from the surface of the vessel. Exterior is covered with black slip or colouring. Inner surface shows traces of a heavy deposit and also some adhesive. Fits against AM278-26.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-06&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotTapering solid fragment, (part of horn or leg?), broken at both ends . Surface decorated with a pattern of impressed circles in 2 rows.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-07&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery fragment, animal sculpture&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotBroken fragment of horn from animal scupture, decorated with impressed circles.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-08&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery head of animal&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotLarge solid head of horned animal , broken at neck and horns. Cylindrical nose with impressed, indented nostrils, also eyes.Horns and back of head decorated with impressed circles. AM278.31 also belongs.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-09&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery fragment, animal sculpture&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotSnake's head and part of body (fragment) with scales impressed into clay and with traces of white slip or colouring.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-10&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotBroken fragment, tapering piece, undecorated.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-11&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotLarge fragment of pot with relief stamp applied. Grey/white slip on interior surface.Interior shows internal shoulder. Stamp in the form of a Maya inscription identical to that on AM278.17, possibly from the same vessel.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-12&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment decorated with human head in conical headdress, standing in relief. Whitish deposit in decoration. Joins to AM278-19.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-13&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotFigure&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotHead of figure in a dark red fabric, either coarse ceramic or a light stone (tufa?). Only front part of face and one side of skull survive.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-14&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotLarge pottery head with curved inner surface, possibly a decoration applied to a pottery vessel. Eyes, nose and upper part of mouth, with part of surrounding headdress survive. Coated with red slip or colour. Stylised features with eves as tow circles in relief and pierced holes for pupils. Joins AM278.15.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-15&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of base of pottery vessel. Joins AM278.14. Crudely made.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-16&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment in the shape of a rounded, tapering object, curved, and showing traces of reddish colouring. Broken off at both ends. Joins to AM278.42.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-17&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery rim fragment of dark fabric, decorated with a stamp. Whitish deposit on inner surface. Grey/white slip on interior surface.Interior shows internal shoulder. Stamp in the form of a Maya inscription identical to that on AM278.11, possibly from the same vessel.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-18&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotModel&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPortion of head of a horned animal, one horn and side of face missing. eyes are tow impressed circles. Long wide muzzle. Broken area reveals structural detail - the head appears to have been moulded around a central tapering core.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-19&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotLarge pottery sherd with part of a figure attached. Dark fabric with traces of white colouring. Inner surface of potsherd has a coarse layer applied. Joins to AM278-12.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-20&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment with same colouring and finish as AM278.14 and 15. Curved inner surface suggests it is from a ceramic vessel. Inner surface is cracked.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-21&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotLid (?) of pottery vessel. Domed top rising to a broken tip, decorated with radial lines and cross-hatches. Reddish fabric.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-22&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotAnimal muzzle, fragment of head. Shows two peforated nostrils and partially open mouth. Light clay fabric.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-23&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPot sherd with human head and headress attached. Black colouring on exterior., Inner surface is a pale orangey colour. Traces of ashesive on edges and inner surface.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-24&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment with two figures in partial relief, one human, the other with animal characteristics. Traces of whitish colouring. AM278.03, 03a & AM278.36 possibly from the same vessel.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-25&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd with decoration&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment with decoration of stylised human head in relief.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-26&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd with decoration&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotLarge pottery fragment with relief decoration of head, shoulders and arm of figure, holding an object (frond?) in hand. Tall headress on head. Back of sherd shows some kind of cement addition. Old glue on some edges. Fits against AM278-05.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-27&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment with head of snake in relief. Scales decorated with traces of whitish colouring. Inner surface shows white deposit. AM278.48 also belongs.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-28&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment, decorated with stamp-moulded human head and headress. Black colour or slip on outer surface. Same stamp as AM278.23, 29, 32, 35, 39, 46.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-29&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment with decoration of head in headress. Black slip or colour on outer surface. Inner surface shows a heavy deposit plus traces of adhesive (fragment has been broken and mended).&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-30&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery fragment, possibly forming part of base. Greyish fabric decorated with a looped pattern in relief.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-31&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot fragment, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotTapering solid fragment, (part of horn or leg?) with 3 flat surfaces decorated with a series of incised dots. Part of AM278.08.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-32&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with modelled head in relief applied. Black colour or slip on surface.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-33&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with modelled head in relief.. Black slip or colour applied.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-34&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot fragment, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotTapering solid fragment, (part of horn or leg?), broken at both ends. Surface decorated with a pattern of impressed marks.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-35&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with modelled head in relief applied. Black colour or slip on surface.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-36&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with relief stamp applied., showing a series of standing figures. AM278.03, 3a & AM278.24 possibly from the same vessel.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-37&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with relief stamp applied. Stamp appears to be in the form of a Maya inscription similar to but different from those on AM278.11 and AM278.17.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-38&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with modelled head in relief.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-39&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with modelled head in relief.. Black slip or colour applied.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-40&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot, fragment, head of snake&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotHead of snake, broken at one end and along bottom. Modelled on both sides. Red slip or colour applied.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-41&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPotsherd, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot with head modelled in relief.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-42&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot fragment, decorated&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotTapering solid fragment, (part of horn or leg?), broken at one end. Joins to AM278.16.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-43&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery head&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery head, very finely modelled, wearing black head covering. Very expressive with a humerous expression. Traces of polychorme colour, red, white, black remaining. Head does not appear to have been broken off but is a complete piece, though bottom flat surface is perforated by 3 small holes. A crack, filled with adhesive, is visible near the base.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-44&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery head&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPottery head, with coiled head-dress, simple features. chipped at base. Red fabric.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-45&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery figurine&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotFigurine on flat base. Pierced ears and holes punctured underneath arms. Appendage with flattenened top on back (possibly for ease of holding). Possibly a rattle (shake it!).&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-46&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery head&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotPottery head, partially in relief with flat back. Elaborate headdress, coated with black colour.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-47&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPot&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotAnimal head with flat snout like a pig, but appears to have horn. Light clay fabric.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-48&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery fragment&quot&quot07D009&quot&quotFragment of pot in the shape of a decorated coil, part of snake's body. Scale-like pattern incised and filled with white slip. Part of AM278.27.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-49&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery fragment, animal sculpture&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotSnake's head, broken at neck. Traces of white colour on black base.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM278-50&quot&quot[1 of] 51 potsherds&quot&quotPottery fragment, head of bird, probably Condor&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotBird's head, broken at neck. Whattle above beak suggest a Condor. Material a yellowish clay.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM279+A-K&quot&quot12 Doilies made from the bark of lace bark tree&quot&quotDoilies&quotNULL&quot12 Doilies made from the bark of lace bark tree.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM280&quot&quotFur coat in glass case&quot&quotFur coat&quot&quot07J01&quot&quotBuffalo skin robe.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM281&quot&quotFlagellae for riderless horse&quot&quotFlagellae&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotFlagellae for riderless horse.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM282&quot&quotFlagellae for riderless horse&quot&quotFlagellae&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotFlagellae for riderless horse.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM283&quot&quotLarge Panama-type hat&quot&quotHat&quot&quot07G17.01&quot&quotLarge Panama-type hat. Eight cords coming from crown to brim. Tassels of green, red and yellow on top of crown and around edge of brim.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM284&quot&quotSpecimen of piece of the lace bark tree illustrating the use to which the bark is put&quot&quotPiece of lace bark&quot&quot07B02&quot&quotSpecimen of piece of the Lace Bark Tree illustrating the use to which the bark is put.&quot&quot51&quot
&quotAM285&quot&quotPiece of 'cloth' made from the bark of the lace bark tree&quot&quotPiece of lace bark&quot&quot07B02&quot&quotPiece of 'cloth' made from the bark of Lace Bark Tree.&quot&quot51&quot
&quotAM286&quot&quotOrnament made from bark of lace bark tree contained in a domed glass case&quot&quotPiece of lace bark&quot&quot07G20&quot&quotOrnament made from bark of Lace Bark Tree contained in a domed glass case.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotAM287&quot&quotSpecimen of the 'silk cotton' tree&quot&quotSpecimen of the 'silk cotton' tree&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotSeed pod of the 'Silk Cotton' tree, Jamaica. (or Pod of Bombax ceiba, White-flowered Silk Cotton Tree from Bangalore).&quot&quot28&quot
&quotAM288&quot&quotBowl made from the seed-case of a Brazil nut&quot&quotBowl&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quotTurned woodbowl made from large seed-case of a Brazil nut.&quot&quot73&quot
&quotAM289&quot&quot2 Hanks of braided fibre cord. Flagellae for horses ?&quot&quotFlagellae&quot&quot07G18.04&quot&quot2 Hhanks of braided fibre cord. Flagellae for horses?&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM290&quot&quotSmall carving in sandstone of a human head&quot&quotStone carving&quot&quot08A11.30&quot&quotSmall carving in sandstone of human head with hair or head decoration framing face incurving strands. Break at top of back of head suggesting it was not part of a figure sculpture but formed part of a decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM291&quot&quotLarge canvas bag ('Strong Bag')&quot&quotCanvas bag&quot&quot07G18.03&quot&quotLarge canvas bag ('Strong Bag'). Relic of the Franklin Artic Expedition.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM292&quot&quotPottery fragment - Tepeticup&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPotsherd, polychromatic - red, orange, black decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM293&quot&quotPottery fragment - Tepeticup&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotSmall potsherd, polychromatic - red, orange, black.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM294&quot&quotPottery fragment - Tepeticup&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPotsherd, polychromatic - red, orange, black decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM295&quot&quotPottery fragment - Tepeticup&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot07D002&quot&quotPotsherd, polychromatic - red, orange, black decoration.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM296&quot&quotAmerican 1 cent coin&quot&quotCoin, American&quot&quot07A044&quot&quotObverse shows a woman's head inside a circle of stars withdate "1843". Reverse shows a circular wreath containing the words "ONE CENT" and around edge "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA". Worn.&quot&quot75&quot
&quotAM297&quot&quotAmerican 1 cent coin&quot&quotCoin, American&quot&quot07A044&quot&quotObverse shows plumed head of a native American with inscription "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1866". Reverse shows a circular wreath containing the words "ONE CENT".&quot&quot75&quot
&quotAM298&quot&quotCanada token - Bank of Montreal, one penny 1842&quot&quotToken, Canadian 1842&quot&quot07A042&quot&quotObverse shows a large house with portico, and inscription around edge "PROVINCE OF CANADA. BANK OF MONTREAL". Reverse shows an oval crest ("CONCORDIA SALUS") with a diagonal cross containing 3 types of flower and a beaver. A banner at the bottom contains the inscription "BANK OF MONTREAL". Around the edge is the inscription "BANK TOKEN" and "ONE PENNY 1842".&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM299&quot&quotCoin, copper, Bank of Upper Canada 1857&quot&quotCoin, Canadian&quot&quot07A042&quot&quotObverse shows male nude onhorseback fighting dragon with inscription "Bank of Upper Canada 1857". Reverse shows crown, crossed sword and anchor, 2 horns of plenty and section of flag with inscription "BANK TOKEN - ONE PENNY"&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM300&quot&quotPenny token, New Brunswick 1843&quot&quotToken, New Brunswick&quot&quot07A042&quot&quotObverse shows head of yound Victoria with inscription "VICTORIA DEI GRATIA REGINA 1843". Reverse shows a three masted sailing ship in centre with inscription "NEW BRUNSWICK 1843. ONE PENNY TOKEN"&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM301&quot&quotCopper coin, 'Columbia' with male head&quot&quotCoin, British Columbia&quot&quot07A042&quot&quotObverse shows male head with inscription "COLUMBIA" . Reverse shows a seated female figure (Britannia?) holding a scales and seated on a Union Jack-type motif contained in a wheel. English/American?&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM302&quot&quotOne penny token, 1832, province of Nova Scotia&quot&quotToken,Canada&quot&quot07A044&quot&quotObverse shows a classical male head with the inscription "PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA". Reverse shows a thistle with the inscription "ONE PENNY TOKEN 1832". Milled edge.&quot&quot21&quot
&quotAM303&quot&quotCollection of nuts and pods - Babasu nut&quot&quotSamples - Burning nut&quotNULL&quotSamples of 'Burning Nut' - source of oil for burning (Babasu nut, N. Brazil) and 'Vegetable Ivory.'&quot&quot112&quot
&quotAM304&quot&quotSpanish "monkey"&quot&quotBotijo&quot&quot08A10.28&quot&quotWater container with spout for drinking, central loop handle and larger spout for filling.&quot&quot89&quot
&quotAM305&quot&quotPot lid with long-legged animal handle, head missing&quot&quotPot lid&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPot lid with long-legged animal handle, head missing.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM306&quot&quotPot fragment with handle as salamander ?&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPot fragment with handle as an axolotl. 2 (human) faces on pot fragment.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM307&quot&quotPot lid with frag. of handle&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPot lid with fragment of handle.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM308&quot&quotPot lid&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPot lid.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM309&quot&quotPottery frag. with animal design&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPottery fragment with animal design.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM310&quot&quotFragment of pot handle&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotFragment of pot handle.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM311&quot&quotPottery fragment with design&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPottery fragment with design.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM312&quot&quotPot fragment with animal design&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPot fragment with animal design.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM313&quot&quotPot lid&quot&quotPotsherd&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotPot lid.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotAM314&quot&quotHuman figure with semicircular headdress&quot&quotFigurine&quot&quot08A13.44&quot&quotHuman figure with semicircular headdress, carved from volcanic rock. The 'headdress' has a fairly sharp edge and the opposite end is slightly concave which would facilitate use as a hand tool or attachment to a shaft. Probably a ceremonial axe.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC/SL1-SL6&quot&quot8 Fragments & buttons (?) from Swiss Lake Village Robenhausen&quot&quotArchaeological remains&quot&quot07B06&quot&quotFragments and buttons (?) from Swiss Lake Village Robenhausen. Eight items, 1 to 4, 5a, b, and c, and 6.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0003&quot&quotPottery oil lamp&quot&quotOil lamp&quot&quot08A13.40&quot&quotEarthenware oil lamp with a pinched handle, two small holes on top, large hole for wick. Design of a horse or unicorn within a ring on top.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0005&quot&quotPottery oil lamp&quot&quotOil lamp&quot&quot08A13.40&quot&quotRoman oil lamp with maker's stamp SAECVI.Small handle, with top portion missing. Hole for filling and for wick and small hole near wick hole, presumably to let air escape when filling with oil.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0007+A&quot&quotTextiles taken from stone coffin in Terrace Walk. One striped, one perforated.&quot&quotTextile fragments&quot&quot07B06&quot&quotTextiles taken from stone coffin in Terrace Walk, Bath. One striped, one perforated.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0008&quot&quotFibula, found in Bath&quot&quotFibula&quot&quot07A061&quot&quotFibula. Large metal 'pin' formed of two pieces of metal, square in section, fused at bottom to form a point and at top curving outwards and supporting a semi-circular ring (broken).&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0009&quot&quotRomano British bronze brooch (from Lansdown Sept. 1905)&quot&quotBrooch&quot&quot07A082&quot&quotCircular bronze brooch with 6 protruding arms in the shape of rings with round, flat discs at the end. The centre of the main circle is formed of a four armed cross and out of this protrudes a raised central 'boss' with four small discs inscribed with concentric circles. At the centre of this 'boss' is a raised piece of white enamel, encircled by a collar, with 6 small circular sockets which probably held enamel inlay (or jewels?). There is a small trace of something deep pink inside one of the sockets. The main ring contains a repeating patterns of enamel inlaid segments, of two designsone is a grid-like design of intersecting blue lines and white squares, with red dots where the lines intersect, the other is a 'flower-shape' with blue 'petals' radiating from a yellow centre, on a white background. The arms of the 'cross' that support this circle are also inlaid with enamel, as are the 6 disks on the ends of the 6 rings, in blue and white. The back of the brooch has tow projecting pieces, one flat and perforated by a small hole, the other welded with a pin and with a broken segment, presumably the base of the pin. From the Lansdown excavation of 1905.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0010&quot&quotCarved stone (3 leaves), church boss&quot&quotCarved stonework&quot&quot08B01.39&quot&quotCarved stone (3 leaves), church boss.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0011&quot&quotPiece of fluted stone&quot&quotCarved stonework&quot&quot08B01.39&quot&quotPiece of fluted stone.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0012&quot&quotPiece of stone (frag. of column)&quot&quotCarved stonework&quot&quot08B01.39&quot&quotPiece of stone (fragment of column).&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0013&quot&quotPiece marble with scrolls & leaf pattern on three sides&quot&quotCarved stonework&quot&quot08B01.39&quot&quotPiece of marble with scrolls and leaf pattern on three sides.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0014&quot&quotSmall perfume jar. Roman glass&quot&quotPerfume jar&quot&quot08A13.34&quot&quotSmall perfume jar. Roman glass.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0015&quot&quotBoxed plain mosaic&quot&quotMosaic&quot&quot07E16&quot&quotBoxed sample of plain mosaic flooring. Small tesserae ca. 5mm square.&quot&quot10&quot
&quotARC0016&quot&quotBoxed plain mosaic&quot&quotMosaic&quot&quot07E16&quot&quotBoxed sample of plain mosaic flooring. Small tesserae ca. 5mm square.&quot&quot10&quot
&quotARC0017&quot&quotBoxed plain mosaic&quot&quotMosaic&quot&quot07E16&quot&quotBoxed sample of plain mosaic flooring. Small tesserae ca. 5mm square.&quot&quot10&quot
&quotARC0018&quot&quotBoxed plain mosaic&quot&quotMosaic&quot&quot07E16&quot&quotBoxed sample of plain mosaic flooring. Small tesserae ca. 5mm square.&quot&quot10&quot
&quotARC0019&quot&quotBoxed plain mosaic&quot&quotMosaic&quot&quot07E16&quot&quotBoxed sample of plain mosaic flooring. Small tesserae ca. 5mm square.&quot&quot10&quot
&quotARC0020&quot&quotBoxed plain mosaic&quot&quotMosaic&quot&quot07E16&quot&quotBoxed sample of plain mosaic flooring. Small tesserae ca. 5mm square.&quot&quot10&quot
&quotARC0021&quot&quotCast of Rosetta Stone&quot&quotPlaster cast&quotNULL&quotCast of Rosetta Stone. Major H.D. Haviland [sic, Haverfield] (Annual Report for 1877).&quot&quot45&quot
&quotARC0022&quot&quotBone skate, 13th century, found in the Fleet Ditch, London.&quot&quotIce skate&quot&quot07A100&quot&quotPiece of worked bone with a flat, polished underside and a curved wedge-shape front, perforated through the width. Back is formed by the back end of the bone and is perforated by a large hole lengthwise. Inscription in faded handwriting on underside reads "A SKATE USED BY THE LONDONERS IN THE 13TH CENTURY, SEE FITZSTEPHEN" and "FLEET DITCH".&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0023&quot&quotPocket clasp knife, 13th C.&quot&quotPocket knife&quotNULL&quotPocket clasp knife, 13th C., with inscription: 'I'le waite upon you at the table, And doe what service I am able, To carve your meate is my intent, Use mebut let me not be lent'.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0024&quot&quotPiece of beech from in foundations of Winchester Cathedral&quot&quotPiece of wood&quotNULL&quotPiece of beech (cut from a log 1907, found underwater in the 11th C. foundation of Winchester Cathedral). The grey colour is due to soaking in limewater 800 years.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0025&quot&quotAncient bridle found at Drogheda, 1844&quot&quotBridle&quotNULL&quotAncient bridle found at Drogheda, 1844.&quot&quot3&quot
&quotARC0026&quot&quotBowl of clay pipe,heel stamped GH&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotBowl of small clay pipe with flat heel and portion of stem. Heel is stamped with a 'GH' and a small decorative mark. Bowl and stem are finely stroke-burnished. Bowl has a thin decorative ring around edge. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0027&quot&quotBowl of clay pipe,heel stamped GH&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotBowl of small clay pipe with flat heel . Heel is stamped with a 'GH' and a small decorative mark. Bowl has a thin decorative ring around edge. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0028&quot&quotBowl of clay pipe,heel stamped EDWA/RAVND/HI&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotBowl of small clay pipe with flat heel . Heel is stamped with a 'EDWA/RDVND/(ER)HI(LL)' . Maker is Edward Underhill, Leigh-on-Mendip. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0029&quot&quotBowl of clay pipe,heel stamped RICH GREN LAND&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotBowl of small clay pipe with flat heel . Heel is stamped with a 'RICH/GREN/LAND' . Maker is Richard Greenland of Norton St Philip, c.1660-1685. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0030&quot&quotShaft and heel of clay pipe,heel stamped TS&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotShaft of small clay pipe with flat heel . Heel is stamped with a 'TS' . Maker possibly Thomas Smith of Bristol, 1640-1670. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001. Note in box adds 'Thomas Smith made a Freeman in 1651'&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0031&quot&quotBowl of clay pipe,heel damaged&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotBowl of small clay pipe with damaged heel . Heel apparently unstamped. Bowl has a thin decorative ring around edge. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001. Fingerprint on bowl.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0032&quot&quotBowl of clay pipe,broken heel&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotBowl of small clay pipe with broken heel . Bowl has a thin decorative ring around edge. North-east Somerset style. c.1640-1660. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0033&quot&quotEnglish clay pipe, stem stamped RD/CARP/&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotBowl and stem of clay pipe, bowl damaged. Stem stamped "RD/CARP [ENTER BATH]". Maker Robert Carpenter, Bath c. 1695-1730.
Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001. Also seen on bowl is an inscription in ink (?) "-(?)ASB. (abbreviation) DISPENSARY" (?).&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0034&quot&quotEnglish clay pipe 1790-1810&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A086&quot&quotFragmentary bowl. Spur embossed "W" on left, "C (not G)" on left. Maker Ward, Richard, and Clarke, Thomas, Bath, probably. Indentification notes by Marek Lewcun of Bath Archaeological Trust, 2001.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0035&quot&quotStem of clay pipe, stamped with maker's mark&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A085&quot&quotPortion of stem of clay pipe 'found whilst digging garden, 1 Walcot Terrace, Bath'. Stem is stamped "RO/CARP/ENTER/BATH". Note in 1978 Inventory says 'Maker Robert Carpenter, date 1695-1730, idnetified by Marek Lewcun, Bath Archeological Trust 2001.' Old blue label in box.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0036&quot&quotClay pipe bowl, incomplete&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A085&quot&quotLowere part of bowl and part of stem of clay pipe, showing chin and lower portion of beard and projecting spur. Notes with object state ' Lower portion of bowl which if complete would be in the form of a Russian or Turkish head. Spur embossed R/R. Maker Richard Ring & Co, Bristol, Date c.1853-1880. Provenance: allotment, Lower Common, Upper Bristol Road, Bath. Old blue label in box.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0037&quot&quotClay pipe bowl, rustic type&quot&quotPipe&quot&quot07A085&quot&quotLarge clay pipe bowl and portion of stem covered with projecting 'spurs' . Notes with specimen state 'clay pipe bowl of 'rustic type' with spurs projecting from a plain face. Maker unknown. Date c.1880-1920. Provenance: mud in canal, presumably Kennet and Avon, and presumably local to Bath. Old blue label in box.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0038&quot&quotFlint core&quot&quotFlint core&quot&quot05C10&quot&quotWedge shaped flint core or tool. White cortex with 2 flakes chipped off exposing black interior. 'Cissbury' written on object in pencil.
Probably part of Dymond p.1, no.32: '11 unfinished neolithic implements from Cissbury, Prof. W.B. Dawkins'. Jennings p.34: '6 Unfinished Neolithic implements, found Cissbury, Prof. Boyd Dawkins (& Mr. Collins)'. See also ARC0043, ARC0098, ARC0115, ARC0126.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0039&quot&quotOblique arrowhead&quot&quotFlint tool&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotFine triangular grey flecked point, reworked on one side. Marked 'M' in pencil on back. Old label in box states "Batheaston' found by E.E.Broome. 6 Solutrean points (Laurel Leaf)". ?Neolithic. Dymond p.3, no.40: Flint scraper found at Batheaston, Mr. C.E. Broome.
'Oblique arrowhead, Late Neolithic' (Dr Josh Pollard, Dept of Archaeology, Bristol University, 1020).&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0040&quot&quot4 Scrapers&quot&quotFint tools&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotFour Neolithic flint scrapers - white, weathered flint. One marked 'field near Ashley Wood', three 'Stellards'. Could these be '4 rough flints', Kendal and Winwood' from Jennings Catalogue p.24?&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0041&quot&quot9 Microliths&quot&quotFlint flakes&quot&quot05C12&quot&quot9 Small flint flakes - possibly microliths. Mesolithic.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0042&quot&quotFlint point&quot&quotFlint tool&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotWhitish flint point, triangular in section, roughly worked. Marked on flat side 'Avebury'. No information found on other Avebury flint finds. Probably Neolithic. Previously with ARC0122.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0043&quot&quot5 Unfinished Neolithic implements.&quot&quotFint flakes&quot&quot05C10&quot&quotFour large white flakes, unmarked, but originally glued to a base. One fragment, discoloured on both sides and no sign of glue, probably does not belong here. A.C. Jennings label in box: No.32. Unfinished Neolithic implements found at Cissbury. Donor Prof. Boyd Dawkins'. Dymond p.1, no.32: '11 unfinished neolithic implements from Cissbury, Prof. W.B. Dawkins'. Jennings p.34: '6 Unfinished Neolithic implements, found Cissbury, Prof. Boyd Dawkins (& Mr. Collins)'. See also ARC0038, ARC0098, ARC0115, ARC0126.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0044&quot&quot6 Flints from Grimes Graves&quot&quotFlint implements&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotSix flints from Grimes Graves, including end scraper and thermal fracture, of which five are marked as follows: a) Grimes Graves, b) Grimes g, c) Grimes Graves, d) End scraper Grimes Graves, e) Thermal Fracture Grimes Graves. f) 'GG'. Accompanying label reads 'Flint from Grimes Graves near Brandon, Norfolk, where flints have been mined for thousands of years. The ancient pits are over 100 in number and the type is a white flint flakes and scrapers (sic) etc. Found by the donor, Mrs Tipping 1927' See Jennings catalogue and note (Publications data below). Also Grimes Graves: ARC0178, ARC0110.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0045&quot&quot2 Obsidian cores&quot&quotObsidian cores&quot&quot05C02&quot&quot2 Obsidian cores.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0046&quot&quotObsidian core&quot&quotObsidian core&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLarge obsidian core. Likely to be 'Obsidian core from which blades for knives and razors etc have been struck off (and 3 stone axes etc...) .from Guatamala, C. America' ' from 1935 acquisitions catalogue.&quot&quot76&quot
&quotARC0047A&quot&quot[2 of] 9 Obsidian flakes and points&quot&quotObsidian tools&quot&quot05C02&quot&quot2 Unifacial obsidian flake tools.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0047B&quot&quot[2 of] 9 Obsidian flakes and points&quot&quotObsidian tools&quot&quot05C02&quot&quot2 Unifacial obsidian flake tools.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0047C&quot&quot[1 of] 9 Obsidian flakes and points&quot&quotObsidian flake tool&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotBifacial obsidian flake point.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0047D&quot&quot[1 of] 9 Obsidian flakes and points&quot&quotObsidian flake scraper&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotObsidian flake disc scraper.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0047E&quot&quot[1 of] 9 Obsidian flakes and points&quot&quotObsidian flake point&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotObsidian unifascial flake point.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0047F&quot&quot[1 of] 9 Obsidian flakes and points&quot&quotObsidian flake knife?&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotObsidian flake knife?&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0047G&quot&quot[1 of] 9 'Obsidian' flakes and points&quot&quotFlake tool fragment&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotFlake tool fragment, unmarked. Probably the basal half of a unifacial point. Found with obsidian tools, but made from a different dark grey rock.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0048&quot&quotLarge obsidian bifacial point&quot&quotObsidian implement&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLarge oval bifacial point, finely worked on one side.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0049A&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Large obsidian points&quot&quotObsidian tool&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLong slender obsidian flake point, finely worked on one side and rounded at tip, unmarked.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0049B&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Large obsidian points&quot&quotObsidian tool&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLarge obsidian flake point.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0050A&quot&quot[1 of] 3 stone axes&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotPolished stone axe head, quite flat with highly poished curving blade. Marked 'Guatemala 2' in pen. 1 of 2 (not three as old label states) polished stone axes. Old label in box reads ' Three stone axes, Guatemala, Central America, Donor Surg. Commander Arathorn R.N. 1935'. 1935 Acquisitions catalogue has 'Obsidian core ....and 3 stone axes (smooth celts) from Guatamala , Slurgeon Commander Arathoon RN. Other (newer) label reads 'Hand axes - jadeite?'.&quot&quot76&quot
&quotARC0050B&quot&quot[1 of] 3 stone axes&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotPolished stone axe head, rather rounded. Marked 'Guatemala 3' in pen. 1 of 2 (not three as old label states) polished stone axes. Old label in box reads ' Three stone axes, Guatemala, Central America, Donor Surg. Commander Arathorn R.N. 1935'. 1935 Acquisitions catalogue has 'Obsidian core ....and 3 stone axes (smooth celts) from Guatamala , Slurgeon Commander Arathoon RN. Other (newer) label reads 'Hand axes - jadeite?'.&quot&quot76&quot
&quotARC0051&quot&quot2 Crudely worked flakes&quot&quotStone flakes&quot&quot05C09&quot&quotTwo large rough stone flakes - no provenance. One is flattish with white cortex on one side. Possibly a kind of obsidian, browny-red.
The other is roughly triangular in section and pointed. The stone is finely grained and greyish-orage.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0052A&quot&quot[5 of] 12 Flake tools, including one arrowhead, scrapers etc&quot&quotFlake tools&quot&quot05C03&quot&quot5 Small flake tools (scrapers?) of different materials.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0052B&quot&quot[2 of] 12 Flake tools, including one arrowhead, scrapers etc&quot&quotFlake tools&quot&quot05C03&quot&quot2 Small flake tools of black fine-grained stone.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0052C&quot&quot[1 of] 12 Flake tools, including one arrowhead, scrapers etc&quot&quotArrow head&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotWell-made flake arrow head.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0052D&quot&quot[4 of] 12 Flake tools, including one arrowhead, scrapers etc&quot&quotFlake tools&quot&quot05C03&quot&quot4 Small flake tools of different materials, unmarked.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0053&quot&quot3 Flakes of Transitional Period&quot&quotFlake tools&quot&quot05C12&quot&quot3 Grey flint tools, one 7.5cm long, two small ones.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0054&quot&quot[2 of] 4 Arrowheads from Aberdeenshire&quot&quotFlake tools&quot&quot05C12&quot&quot2 Whiteish flakes, one marked 'N. Field, S---den Hill'. Old label in box says ' 4 Arrow-heads from Aberdeenshire' Donor Capt le Breton. Not mentioned specifically in Jennings cat. but in Dymond Cat. p.3 'No 43 A leaf shaped arrowhead and a white flint javelin -head'. From a cairn in Aberdeenshire. Mr W. Alexander' and a note in pencil added later '4 from Aberdeen, Capt Le Breton on label'.&quot&quot4&quot
&quotARC0054A&quot&quotFlint arrowhead&quot&quotFlake tool&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotFinely worked barbed and tanged arrowhead, grey, marked 'SP' in pencil.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0055&quot&quot6 Fragments of pottery&quot&quotPotsherds&quot&quot05C05&quot&quot6 Pieces of early (late Neolithic, early Bronze Age) pottery sherds. One rim, one base. Decorated with horizontal grooves. Old label in box says 'Fragments of pottery, White Park Bay, co Antrim'. This item is referred to in a letter by Rev. Edmund Gumley from Mt Druid, Ballintoy (in plastic bag in Drawer 05C06): ''When I was in Bath last October...I notice you had nothing from Whitepark Bay, Co Antrim, either of fossils or flints...I now send you a few local specimens. All are from Whitepark Bay, except the stone celt. ....The flints, pot-boilers, hammer-stone and fragments of pottery are from the well-known "kitchen-middens" there...' (letter continues). Note: there are collections from the same area (Whitepark Bay) from other donors, in the collection.&quot&quot3&quot
&quotARC0056&quot&quotFlint core - Neolithic&quot&quotFlint core&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotGreyish white flint core - unmarked and no data. Identified in 1986 as Neolithic.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0057&quot&quotSmall miscellaneous flints, Neolithic&quot&quotFlint flake tools and hammer stone&quot&quot05C10&quot&quotBox of 57 assorted small flint tools and a hammerstone. Old label says 'Scrapers and Flakes found near Colerne, Donor Mr W.B.'.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0058&quot&quotPolished axe fragment&quot&quotFlint axe&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotPortion of a polished flint axe, whiteish,. Marked in pencil ''Hunterswick". Old label reads 'Found beneath the top soil resting on Great Oolite at Hunterwick (Huntrix). donor W. Hammond'. Jennings p. 35 - '1 flint celt from Shockerwick...'&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0059&quot&quotObsidian block&quot&quotObsidian block&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLarge rectangular obsidian block with straight sides, possibly an old core for striking flakes.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0060&quot&quot5 Obsidian blades&quot&quotObsidian blades and fragments&quot&quot05C02&quot&quot5 Small obsidian blades, finely worked. Two broken and glued. 3 broken chips.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0061A&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Obsidian cores&quot&quotObsidian core&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLarge obsidian core with 2 flat striking platforms, sides are fluted where flakes have been struck.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0061B&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Obsidian cores&quot&quotObsidian core&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotMedium obsidian core with chisel-shaped ends, and 2 flat striking platforms, sides are fluted where flakes have been struck.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0061C&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Obsidian cores&quot&quotObsidian core&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotSmall obsidian core with one flat end and one broken end.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0062A&quot&quot[7 of] 10 Flake tools, 1 pebble tool? & 1 weight?&quot&quotFlakes and flake tools&quot&quot05C02&quot&quot7 Rough flake tools of different materials.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0062B&quot&quot[2 of] 10 Flake tools, 1 pebble tool? & 1 weight?&quot&quotStone tools?&quot&quot05C02&quot&quot2 Stone tools? of different materials. One of hard crystalline material, possibly used as an awl or for scoring, the other a worn pebble, possibly a rubber.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0062C&quot&quot[1 of] 10 Flake tools, 1 pebble tool? & 1 weight?&quot&quotArrow head?&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotRough flake tool, probably an arrowhead or spearhead, unmarked.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0062D&quot&quot[1 of] 10 Flake tools, 1 pebble tool? & 1 weight?&quot&quotStone weight?&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotWater-worn stone with tapered hole through one end. Either a weight for fishing net or loom, or for fire-drill.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0062E&quot&quot[1 of] 10 Flake tools, 2 Pebbles&quot&quotFlake tool?&quot&quot05C02&quot&quotRough flake or piece of natural stone, unmarked.&quot&quot50&quot
&quotARC0063&quot&quotFlint pebble&quot&quotPebble&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotFlint pebble, orangey colour, smooth , palm-shaped. Old label in box says 'Pebble of flint from the beach, cretaceous, Isle of Wight'. Roger Jacobi (BM, 2004) says this is a natural object.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0064&quot&quotOval hand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotFlint hand axe, one end formed by the natural shape of the stone, the other roughly chipped to make a pointed tool. Label says 'Lower Paleolithic'. Roger Jacobi (BM, 2004) thinks it likely to be from Knole Farm and it has been grouped with these, based on this suggestion.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0065A&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Paleolithic implements&quot&quotFlint flake tool&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotFlint flake. (Recent label says 'two core tools and two flakes' but core tools seem to be missing). Marked with a pencil 'L' or more likely '7'. ACJ label says ' No.137. Palaeolithic implements from Savernake Forest, Wilts. and the slopes of Little Solsbury Hill near Bath. Donors Messrs Kendal and Winwood 1908'. If Kendal, this suggests the one marked KN could be from Knowle Farm (see acquisitions 1908-38-1 'Eoliths, Knowle Farm, Rev. G.O.Kendal'. If Winwood, could be 1904-33-1 'Paleolithic Implements from Savernake by Rev. H.H. Winwood'. See Jennings cat. p.24 and note XL on p.139 referring to a letter from Mr Kendall to Mr Winwood in 1904. This letter may be in the archives (but not certain). Roger Jacobi (British Museum) inOct 2004 puts these flints with the Knowle Farm Collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0065B&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Paleolithic implements&quot&quotFlint flake tool&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotFlint flake. (Recent label says 'two core tools and two flakes' but core tools seem to be missing). Marked with a '9' or a '6' and on the other side 'KN 17.11.04'. ACJ label says ' No.137. Palaeolithic implements from Savernake Forest, Wilts. and the slopes of Little Solsbury Hill near Bath. Donors Messrs Kendal and Winwood 1908'. If Kendal, this suggests the one marked KN could be from Knowle Farm (see acquisitions 1908-38-1 'Eoliths, Knowle Farm, Rev. G.O.Kendal'. If Winwood, could be 1904-33-1 'Paleolithic Implements from Savernake by Rev. H.H. Winwood'. See Jennings cat. p.24 and note XL on p.139 referring to a letter from Mr Kendall to Mr Winwood in 1904. This letter may be in the archives (but not certain). Roger Jacobi (British Museum) in Oct 2004 puts these flints with the Knowle Farm Collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0066&quot&quotOvate hand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotStone hand axe, orangey fabric with darker patina. Marked in pencil 'M2' on side. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection.deposited by Bath Corp. in 1927. (See ARC067 and ARC077 and Jennings cat. p35) or Keable collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0067&quot&quotFlint showing thermal fractures&quot&quotNatural pebble or pot boiler?&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotWhiteish piece of flint with label attached stating 'Showing Thermal fracture'. See old label with ARC0077: 'A collection made by the late Michael Oppenheim Esq MRCS deposited by Bath Corporation Nov 1927 23 Paleolithic implements from Farnham etc...etc'. This lists a number of items among which '1 showing thermal fractures'. Reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be a natural object.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0068&quot&quotPortion of Scraper from Presigny, France&quot&quotFlint scraper&quot&quot05C09&quot&quotFine scraper, possibly broken, possibly made of chert. Brownish orange in colour. Label attached reads "Potion of Scraper from Presigny, France".&quot&quot6&quot
&quotARC0069&quot&quotFlint hand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C06&quot&quotFlint hand axe, thickening at base where cortex still attached. Old piece of paper in bottom of box marked 'L45'. There is an old 'unattached' label in a bag which has L45 written on it. It says '3 paleolithic Implements from the Axe Valley, Donr C.J.Elton', and on back 'Brought here 1927. 3 were in West Gallery table W. and other 3 no 131 in here'. Is this '3 hand axes from Axe Valley, c.J.Elton' in Jennings cat p.23 (Charles Elton 1882 Donations list). See Dymond and Jennings cats. Other Axe Valley ARC0156, ARC0173.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0070&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C06&quot&quotFlint hand axe, dark brown-black fabric with some cortex visible. Marked in pencil 'M1' (?) on side. Also paper label attached ' Moore Collection "coup-de-point" ', and another reading 'Chard'. See Jennings cat p.35. Note: ARC0135 is also a handaxe from Chard. Note similarity in fabric to ARC0140 from the Axe Valley.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0071&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotStone hand axe, whiteish orange fabric with darker surface on one side. Some cortex attached. Marked in pencil 'M1' on side. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection or Keable collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0072&quot&quotFlint hand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotFlint hand axe, fabric stained orange. Good quality flint, no cortex. Marked in pencil 'M2' in side. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection or Keable collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0073&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotStone hand axe, orange staining. Marked in pencil 'M1' on side and also 'Farnham'. Part of Oppenheim collection of flints from Farnham.(See notes with ARC0067) or Keable collection..Confirmed by Roger Jacobi (British Museum) in 2004&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0074-1&quot&quot1 of 5 (now 4) 'eoliths'&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotRounded scraper, dark flint with some cortex. Marked 'K5 05 Knowle' Old label in box reads 'No 135 'Five eoliths from Knole Farm, Kent. Donor Rev. O.G. Kendal 1908'. Probably 1908-38-1 Eoliths, Knowle Farm, Rev G. O Kendal. Knowle may be spelt Knole.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0074-2&quot&quot1 of 5 (now 4) 'eoliths'&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotHand tool, mottled grey/orange flint with cortex. Marked in pencil 'K26 1 05 (?)'. Old label in box reads 'No 135 'Five eoliths from Knole Farm, Kent. Donor Rev. O.G. Kendal 1908'. Probably 1908-38-1 Eoliths, Knowle Farm, Rev G. O Kendal. Knowle may be spelt Knole.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0074-3&quot&quot1 of 5 (now 4) 'eoliths'&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotHand tool, dark flint, fair amount of cortex. Old paper label attached says '1. Eolith' and another says '.....with cutting .. [ illegible)' Old label in box reads 'No 135 'Five eoliths from Knole Farm, Kent. Donor Rev. O.G. Kendal 1908'. Probably 1908-38-1 Eoliths, Knowle Farm, Rev G. O Kendal. Knowle may be spelt Knole.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0074-4&quot&quot1 of 5 (now 4) 'eoliths'&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotHand axe of mottled cream and black flint with patches of cortex. Old '2' in ink on one side (largely washed out), illegible markings in pencil on corttex of other side. 5 (now missing?) was apparently 'Pointed hand axe, orange staining, small patch of cortex on base, marked 'M1' in pencil and KN 5.11.04 S. Old label in box reads 'No 135 'Five eoliths from Knole Farm, Kent. Donor Rev. O.G. Kendal 1908'. Probably 1908-38-1 Eoliths, Knowle Farm, Rev G. O Kendal. Knowle may be spelt Knole.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0075&quot&quot'Bout coupe' hand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotPalm-sized hand axe of orange stained flint, some cortex on one face. Marked 'M2 ' in pencil. Old piece of tissue in box says 'K47'. Some drops of white paint at base. Some resemblance to other handaxes in this drawer. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection or Keable collection..&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0076&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotUnworked flint&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotPalm-sized flint, orange stained fabric, with cortex remaining on one side. Possible fracture across top and glue/varnish applied.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0077&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotLarge pointed Lower Paleolithic hand axe, finely worked, of orange stained flint. Some cortex on lower end. Identified as 'Lower Paleolithic'. Identified on old label (see below)?. Tip broken and reglued. Marked 'coup -d-poing' in pencil. Piece of tissue in box marked 'M2'. Note in box 'Oppenheim Coll - see letter on file under 'Library'. Old label in box reads "A collection made by the late Michael Oppenheim Esq MRCS, depositied by Bath Corp. Nov 1927. 23 palaeolithic implements from Farnham, 4 arrowheads, 1 from Crooksbury, 1 from Tilford, 3 from Lake dwellings, 1 Mousterian point, 1 End Scraper, 1 Chellian 'coup-de-poing' (?), 1 showing thermal fractures, 14 flakes transitional period - pre Neolithic, post Tardenoisean, 2 celts-chipped and polished- 1 celt USA'.
Identified by Roger Jacobi as part of Farnham collection or Keable collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0078&quot&quotSide scraper&quot&quotFlint scraper&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotSide Scraper, identified as Middle Paleolithic, ornage-stained flint. Marked in pencil 'Shore Heath,Farnham'. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection.or Rev. Keable. (See notes on ARC0067 et al).&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0079&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotHandaxe, identified as Middle Paleolithic, dark grey flint, cortex on one side. Of simple construction. Marked in ink 'KN 11.5.07'. 'Kn' is probably Knowle Farm, as in Acquisitions 1908-38-1, 1909-17-1, and 1910-14-1 'Eoliths from Knowle Farm, donated by Rev. G.O. Kendall'. Jennings Cat/p.24.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0080&quot&quotFlint tool&quot&quotScraper&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotSmall palmsized tool (scraper?), orange-stained flint. Marked in pencil 'M2'.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0081&quot&quotHand axe (bout coupe)&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotHand axe, identified as Middle Paleolithic, orange-stained flint, well made. Marked in pencil 'M2. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection or Keable collection.. (See notes on ARC0067 et al)&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0082&quot&quotStone pounder&quot&quotStone pounder&quot&quot05C12&quot&quotShaped and smoothed stone pounder,broken at one end. Old paper label attached "8" and another 'Presented by Dr Hunt'. Dymond p.1, no.8: Stone pounder from Zetland, Dr. Hunt, F.S.A., 1868. Jennings p.34: Stone implement. Zetland, Dr. Hunt, 1868. Loose label in box: 'Stone pounders and four stones, Zetland, No 10, Donor Dr Hunt F.S.A. Pencilled on label 5.6.7.Nos 8.9.10. Scottish', and on reverse side 'No 10 Two stone pounders and four stone implements from Zetland, Donor Dr Hunt FSA.' See also ARC0138, ARC0160A, ARC0160B, ARC0199, ARC0203.&quot&quot4&quot
&quotARC0083&quot&quotSmall polished axe&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotSmall black polished axe head of hard igneous stone. Surface, while polished, is pitted and eroded. Small detached label in box reads 'Luscherg'.'L29' marked in pencil faintly on axe.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0084A&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Stone spindle whorls, 1 Semi-perforated cylinder&quot&quotSpindle whorl&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotSpindle whorl, clay or stone, marked 'Wangen', grey fabric with occlusions and surface cracks. Label in box identifies these as from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC0085, ARC0086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0084B&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Stone spindle whorls, 1 Semi-perforated cylinder&quot&quotSpindle whorl&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotSpindle whorl,,clay or stone. Dark grey fabric and slight polish, with round paper label attached reading 'Kleine Thonwirtel (small spindle whorl?) Pfahlbaute von Castione'..Label in box identifies these as from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC0085, ARC0086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0084C&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Stone spindle whorls, 1 Semi-perforated cylinder&quot&quotSpindle whorl&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotSpindle whorl of a brownish fabric (stone or clay?) with dark occlusions, and smooth. Paper label attached illegible. Label in box identifies these as from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC085-086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0084D&quot&quot[1 of] 3 Stone spindle whorls, 1 Semi-perforated cylinder&quot&quotAntler/horn-core tool&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotSemi-perforated cylinder, 3.5cm high, probably made from an antler tine or horn-core of a sheep or goat., with printed label attached by sticky tape, reading 'Locras'. Label in box identifies these as from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC085-086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0085A&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Uncompleted polished celts&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotAxe head of a hard igneous stone, black/grey with greenish occlusions, polished at tip, otherwise rough. Paper label attached reads 'Locras'. Label in box identifies these as from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC0084, ARC0086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0085B&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Uncompleted polished celts&quot&quotAxehead&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotSmall polished axe blade, of a smooth grey stone, polished but with one corner broken off. It is characterised by a distinctive and deliberately chiselled grove running diagonally across the surface on one side..Paper label attached reads 'Wangen'. Label in box identifies these as from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC0084, ARC0086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0086&quot&quotPolished axe&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotPolished axe head of a smooth dark grey stone. Finely polished blade. Label on object says 'Robenhausen' and label on other side 'Robenhausen (Swis Lake dwellings) A/21 RLSI collection. See ARC084-085, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0087&quot&quot3 Flakes&quot&quotFlakes&quot&quot05C05&quot&quot3 Flint flakes: 1) Long backed flake of brownish high-quality flint with retouched rounded point. 2) Larger grey flint with some cortex attached, and faint writing on one side 'Ash Wood'. 3) Small mottled flint flake reworked on edge. Label in box suggests these may be Neolithic flints from the Swiss Lake Dwellings (there is an old label in box which says 'Lake Dwellings?') - but the writing on '2' suggests otherwise. It may be that the brownish long flake is from a different location than the other two.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0088A&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Polished celts&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotLarge chunky short axe head of a greenish/black stone, 6.5cm long, marked with an illegible paper label and onother one 'A8'. Label in box isuggests these could be from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC0084-ARC0086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0088B&quot&quot[1 of] 2 Polished celts&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotSmall axe head, 6cm long, of a smooth grey stone, the blade angled and polished. 'L26' is marked in pencil. Label in box isuggests these could be from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC0084-ARC0086, also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0089&quot&quotPolished axe&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotPolished axe head of grey stone with chalky surface covering. Pointed at one end. Label on object 'A/7'. Old label in box 'L19'.
Label in box identifies these as from the Swiss Lake Villages. See ARC084-086, 088 also Swiss Lake Villages. Could be part of collection of Rev. Winwood, 1876, 'One collection made in Swiss Lake Dwellings by Dr Fred Keller' - Jennings p.36.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0090&quot&quotPolished axe&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotPortion of polished axe head of hard dark stone with chalky surface covering. Blade of axe slightly angled. Vertical break at other end to blade. Old label in box 'L27'. See notes attached to ARC091.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0091&quot&quotPolished axe&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C05&quot&quotChunky axe head of dark stone with blade polished and rest of surface rougher. Label on object '28'. Label in box 'L79'. Display labels read 'Flint Celts Nos 28.29. No record' and 'Two stone celts with no record. Is one No 25 from Mount Druid? and the other (chalk covered) a stone celt from Clough, Co. Antrim. See letter Rev. M . Gumley collection, White Park Bay'. Dymond p.1, no.28: 'Stone celt'. Jennings p.34, no.28: '? Rev. Penny. 1 Stone celt'. NB. Rev. Geo. H.. Penny, Vicar of Abbotsbury, gave a 'Flint celt, from Dorset'.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0092&quot&quotWaisted axe and/or hammer head&quot&quotAxe head&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLarge stone axe, shaped with blade at end. Flat on one side with a carved 'waist' running around the width. Flat at bottom end.
Old label '7' attached to object. Dymond p.1, no.7: 'Stone hammer or axe', donor unknown. Jennings p.34, no.7: '1 Stone hammer or axe , Miss Buckland'. Miss Buckland gave a 'Digging stone from South Africa' (Annual Report for 1877), but this is Dymond p.1, no.2. Is this axe from the New World?&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0093&quot&quot3 Arrowheads&quot&quotArrow heads&quot&quot05C05&quot&quot2 Arrowheads, I triangular, one oval and one leaf shaped.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0094&quot&quotPaddle club (?)&quot&quotStone tool&quot&quot05C03&quot&quotLarge paddle shaped tool of dark stone with polished surface. Curved blade tapering at one end, at other end shaped into a slightly shouldered haft. Some old damage to blade on one side. Label says " 'Paddle Club', see Jennings Cat. p.11 'One paddle No 14 Hervey 1slands.' ". Possibly some confusion here over the number 14. More likely Dymond page one "14 Stone Axe from America" with note on opposite page 2a "Probably the stone tomahawk from Ohio of an old list. J.Mellhuish" Additional note in Dymond "copy of a memorandum referring perhaps to Nos 11 and 14.....The large tomahawk was found near some ancient fortification in the Sciota Valley Ohio.....Joseph H. Mellhuish, 6 Daffords buildings, per Henry Watkins, 31 Jan 1862".&quot&quot75&quot
&quotARC0095&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotOvate hand axe, brownish/grey flint. Identified as 'Middle Palaeolithic'. Marked 'M2' in pencil , also 'Short (?) Heath, Farnham'.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0096&quot&quotHand axe, Acheulean&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C06&quot&quotPointed hand axe, whitish flint, with label attached ' 3.Acheulean hand-axe [pointed core-tool]'. Faint inscription in ink reads 'Ridgeway Road 18.11.08[?] H & C[?]'. Identified as 'Lower Palaeolithic'. NB. There is a Ridgeway Road in Farnham. (See also ARC0104)&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0097A&quot&quot[4 of] 7 Blade tools&quot&quotFlint tools&quot&quot05C05&quot&quot4 Flint blade tools labelled 'Wangen'. Part of Swiss Lake Village collections.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0097B&quot&quot[3 of] 7 Blade tools&quot&quotFlint tools&quot&quot05C05&quot&quot3 Flint blade tools labelled 'Maenedorf'. Part of Swiss Lake Village collections.&quot&quot11&quot
&quotARC0098&quot&quotAxe roughout&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C10&quot&quotRough axe of whitish flint with irregular point. 'Cissbury' is marked in pencil on specimen. Probably Dymond p.1, no.32: '11 unfinished neolithic implements from Cissbury, Prof. W.B. Dawkins'. Jennings p.34: '6 Unfinished Neolithic implements, found Cissbury, Prof. Boyd Dawkins (& Mr. Collins)'. See also ARC0038, ARC0043, ARC0115, ARC0126.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0099&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotHand axe, Lower Paleolithic, orange stained flint. Palm-sized, oval. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection or Keable collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0100&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C06&quot&quotHand axe, Lower Paleolithic, orange coloured flInt. Pointed. Marked 'Downham' in ink on specimen. Octagonal label '4' and more recent label '48' on specimen. Loose label 'No 48. Flint implement, paleolithIc, from Stanton Downham, Suffolk, Donors Excrs of Dr Beddoes 1912'. Jennings p.24, no 48: 'Paleolithic implements from Stanton Downham'.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0101&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C06&quot&quotOvate hand axe, palm sized, yellowish gray flint. 'ML' marked in pencil on specimen. Label in red ink on object reads ' 3a. Advanced Acheulean Hand-axe, ovate with S twist (core tool)'. Lower paleolithic. could this be Jennings cat p34: '4 paleolithic implements from St Acheul' or Jennings p.24: '6 paleolithic implements from Abbeville or S. Acheul'?&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0102&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotPointed hand axe, yellowish brown flint. Lower paleolithic handaxe, orangey brown material, pointed with flat base with cortex attached.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0103&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C06&quot&quotOvate hand axe, whitish flint, small amount of cortex on base. Identified as 'Lower Palaeolithic'.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0104&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C06&quot&quotOvate hand axe, brownish orange. Identified as Lower Palaeolithic. Marked in ink 'Ridgeway Road 1906. W. Parrett' which is repeated on old paper label attached to specimen. See also ARC0095.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0105&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotOvate hand axe, brownish/orange flint, some cortex left on base. Identified as 'Lower Palaeolithic'. Has been broken and repaired.
From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection or Keable collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0106&quot&quotMousterian point&quot&quotFlake tool&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotWell formed Mousterian Point with thinned butt. Orange brown flint. Paper label in red ink attached to specimen reads '4 Mousterian point (Flake Tool)'. See Jennings p.35: '1 Mousterian point deposited by Bath Corporation'.(Being a collection of the late Michael Oppenheim).&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0107&quot&quotChopper&quot&quotChopper&quot&quot05C04&quot&quotOrange coloured irregular flint tool, reworked edge. Identified as Lower Palaeolithic chopper. Pencil mark 'M1' marked on specimen plus a cross in black ink. From similarity to other specimens in collection, reckoned by Roger Jacobi to be from Farnham, part of Oppenheim collection or Keable collection.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0108&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quotHand axe&quot&quot05C09&quot&quotHand axe with broken point (smooth flat break) of greyish/yellow flint. Small patch of cortex on one side. Loose tissue label 'M1'.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0109&quot&quotFlint implements - flakes, cores, scrapers&quot&quotFlint tools&quot&quot05C10&quot&quotVarious flint tools made from flakes. Identified on card as 'Mostly Neolithic'. Full details in small associated notebook 'Flint implements' by Percy H. Bale. Each flint is numbered and described in the notebook dated 1888.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0110&quot&quotPot boiler&quot&quotPot boiler&quot&quot05C012&quot&quotSmall irregular greyish/white flint potboiler. Shows typical heat crackles.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0111&quot&quot3 Flint flakes&quot&quotFlint flakes&quot&quot05C12&quot&quot3 Whiteish flint flakes, identified as neolithic (Roger Jacobi says could be Mesolithic). Recent label in box states ' 'Old label on wood plaque (in plastic bag with other similar ones): "Flint flakes from gravel layer at Columbporth, Donor R.H. Davis 1838, Cornwall'.&quot&quot1&quot
&quotARC0112&quot&quot3 Blades [now 5 items]&quot&quotMicroliths&quot&quot05C11&quot&quot5 microliths of chalcedony, finely formed.. Colours range from orange to red and translucent white. Old label in box reads 'Flint scrapers (?Wiltshire) RL &S Inst, A9/1-2-3', but these do not seem to fit the description of 'flint scrapers'. Roger Jacobi (BM, 2004) says these are chalcedony microliths, possibly from N. India.&quot&quot28&quot
&quotARC0113&quot&quot4 Hammerstones&quot&quotHammerstones&quot&quot05C12&quot&quot4 Whiteish hammerstones, slightly different sizes. Look more like pebbles to me - R.D. Randall, 4/9/2008.&quot&quot63&quot
&quotARC0114A&quot&quot5 Flint knives&quot&quotFlint tools&quot&quot05C10&quot&quot[5 of] 7 Neolithic flint tools, whiteish colour. 3 marked 'M.D.',1 marked 'Mitchell D