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1954-1989 (315)

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Uganda -- Civilization (48)
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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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181.
Animal tooth
Animal tooth Animal tooth, origin unknown.
182.
Ivory menu holder
Ivory menu holder Ivory menu holder made for use in hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
183.
Animal tooth
Animal tooth Animal tooth, origin unknown.
184.
Ivory menu holder
Ivory menu holder Ivory menu holder, flying bird design, made for use in hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
185.
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.
186.
Boar tusk
Boar tusk Curved boar tusk, origin unknown.
187.
Ivory menu holder
Ivory menu holder Ivory menu holder, flying bird design, made for use in hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
188.
Boar tusk
Boar tusk Curved tusk, possibly from a boar, origin unknown.
189.
Table ornament
Table ornament Ivory table ornament in two pieces, flying bird design, made for use in hotels; origin eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
190.
Boar tusk
Boar tusk Curved boar tusk, origin unknown.
191.
Decorative elephant tusk
Decorative elephant tusk Very decorative carved elephant tusk with interconnected human and animal motifs, lions, elephant, alligator, antelope, and human; origin Ituri forest.
192.
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.
193.
Boar tusk
Boar tusk Curved boar tusk, origin unknown.
194.
Decorative elephant tusk
Decorative elephant tusk Very decorative carved elephant tusk with interconnected human and animal motifs, lions, elephant, alligator, antelope, and human; origin Ituri forest.
195.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow without a string but notched at ends, wood is split; origin Central Africa.
196.
Walking stick
Walking stick Wooden cane-shaped walking stick; origin Ik people of Uganda.
197.
Raffia mat
Raffia mat Woven raffia mat with repeating pattern, origin Ituri forest; photograph contains a close-up portion of the mat.
198.
Coiled beaded basket
Coiled beaded basket Coiled basked with lid; has beaded cover of blue, yellow, green, red, and white beads in diamond designs, beaded knob on top, tightly woven; resembles sweetgrass baskets of the South Carolina lowcountry; origin Luo people of Kenya.
199.
Raffia mat
Raffia mat Woven raffia mat with repeating pattern, origin Ituri forest; photograph contains a close-up portion of the mat.
200.
Wooden bow
Wooden bow Wooden bow without a string, some skin with fur wrapped around each end; origin Ituri forest.