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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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121.
Wooden Buddha statue
Wooden Buddha statue Wooden buddha seated in a meditative position.
122.
Decorated wooden bowl with two lids
Decorated wooden bowl with two lids Wooden bowl with two lids; design carved around outside of bow, which is on a pedestal base; both lids have intricate designs with carved knobs on the top; origin Ituri rainforest.
123.
Atubwa (wooden bowl)
Atubwa (wooden bowl) Wooden bowl (atubwa); origin Turkana people of Kenya.
124.
Atubwa
Atubwa Wooden bowl (atubwa); origin Turkana people of Kenya.
125.
Atubwa (wooden bowl)
Atubwa (wooden bowl) Wooden bowl (atubwa) with two pieces of metal-like staples on one side; bowl is oval in shape, rounded on the bottom; origin Turkana people of Kenya.
126.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow without a string, some skin with fur wrapped around each end; origin Ituri forest.
127.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow without a string but notched at ends, some skin with fur wrapped around each end; origin Bira people of the Ituri rainforest.
128.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow without a string but notched at ends; origin Central Africa.
129.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow without a string but notched at ends, some skin wrapped around each end; origin Bira people of the Ituri rainforest.
130.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow without a string but notched at ends, wood is split; origin Central Africa.
131.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow with string; bow in natural state; origin Central Africa.
132.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow with skin at the ends; origin Central Africa.
133.
Wood and metal mask
Wood and metal mask Wooden and metal mask from the Marka people used in circumcision rituals. Origin Mali.
134.
Wooden mask
Wooden mask Wooden African mask decorated with cowrie shells and coins. Origin is either the Dan people or Guro people of Cote d'Ivoire.
135.
Candle holder
Candle holder Wood carving that was used as a candle-holder; birds and crocodiles carved around the stand; remnants of the candle remain; origin south Kenya.
136.
Wooden human carving
Wooden human carving Wood carving of an intertwined, elongated human with two faces and bulging eyes.
137.
Wood elephant carving
Wood elephant carving Wood carving of an elephant with two circles for eyes; top and ear flattened; three long feet intertwined around carving.
138.
Wooden female figure
Wooden female figure Wood carving of a pregnant woman with bulging eyes, hand in mouth, and feet directed sideways, on a stand; shoulders have two lines incised as some type of decoration.
139.
Wooden female figure
Wooden female figure Wood carving of a female figure with bulging stomach, long toes, pointed large ears, goatee, raised left leg, and large teeth.
140.
Domestic knife
Domestic knife Women's domestic knife; metal spiraled around wooden handle; metal blade is machete-shaped; origin Mbo people of the Ituri rainforest.
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