Chester, Esq. Bradley Esq. Merton College [ War-club of Macusi Indians.
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Everard F. Im Thurn Esq. June 8 Three large photographs of the [insert] ancient [end insert] large ancient dug out canoe found at Prigg [sic] W. Cousans Esq Red House Caistor [ Sample of coarse Corean paper W. Carles Esq [ Wales [ Natural pebble with one end sharpened by grinding. Wilson Esq Monallere N.
Wales [ Cannot be matched ]. Sept 16 Mingrelian gourd flask from Untan the ancient Colutris With slit like mouth, shewing origin of some forms of bottle mouths Arthur J. Evans Esq M. Broken Sandstone implement [ Specimen of copper as worked by ancient Egyptians [ Five poisoned arrows iron headed of the Mika tribe [ Oct 1 0 5 Very fine obsidian knife from Ruins at the mouth of the Champerton River near Progress Yucatan The knife was found with 14 other similar in form in an earthenware Pot amongst the marine stones of a mine submerged at high tide by Mrs Tayler of Liberty Street, New York in The natives on being asked suggested that the implements were razors J.
Portman, Esq. Five poisoned Iron-headed Arrows of the Akkas. Captain Sir Richard F. Burton H. Consul at Trieste; Athenaeum Club. Geo Brown LL. D Wesleyan House, Bishopsgate, London [ Wales T. Cousans, Esq. Red House Caistor [ Some are listed in the annual report or presentation volume ]. Acland K. Carib original cotton manufacture Fine Carib work, E.
Im Thurn Esq M. Magistrate of Pomeroon District, British Guiana [ Gill [ Similar leaf arrows are used in the Ke Islands. Obtained at Zeelink Bay, New Guinea. Hickson Esq D.
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Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge [ Sc [ Photos not numbered, but accessioned in , however they have not since been identified? Sent through Sir J. Harker [?
Being a further series of objects to complete the collection already sent inscribed fully in the Mans catalogue dated October [ Bloxam The Anthropological Institute [ Giles [ Piece of tanned Hippopotamus hide [ Savage Douglas, Isle of Man [ Symbolic animals. Minchin Esq Asra Ganjam Madras [ All labelled with late owners name Obtained by F.
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Anthropological objects comprising 4 spoons or ladels North America Baill vessel [ditto, ie N America] Culling implements [ditto] Pair of moccasins [ditto] Sea weed [illegible] whip Berice W. Collection of Objects illustrating the Arts and Habits of the Nicobar Islanders, being a further series to complete the Collection already presented.
Cast of fragment of a stone step from the Harbour at Utica with highly incised design of a vessel Professor Sir H. FRS University Museum [ Carib Cotton Hammock for carrying infant, of native work Everard F.
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Im Thurn esq … [ Hickson Esq … [ Gammie … [ Polo-club and Ball from Badakshan Ney Elias … [ Polo club and Ball from Ladakh Sir T. Douglas Forsyth … [ Pistol tinder box, gorget Mr WW Wyatt … [ Series of African Symbolic Messages, collected by J. Maori Photographs Sir Walter Buller … [ not listed ]. Cooper Cooper [ not listed in accession registers ]. Savage … [ Kafir Musical instrument of the marimba type J.
Currey … [ Minchin … [ Phylacteries for the arm and forehead Rev Dr H Adler … [ Two wooden house posts with carved totem figures bear and killer whale from British Columbia, wicker basket for grass seeds and resined wicker bottle from Hualapai Indians Arizona The Keeper University Museum [ Neither list contains items given by Moseley in , see March Newell Esq Malua Institution, Samoa [ Iron tool used for making gunflints, used by natives of Abu Roash Dr G.
Schweinfurth Cairo Egypt [ May 1 Pair of over boots M. Payne Alfred Street St Giles [ Oct Seven photographs of natives of Australia, T. Maclear RN Cranleigh nr Guildford [ Acland KCB [ Old English tobacco pipe [ Artificially deformed flathead skull Dr Franz Boas [ Wooden double flageolet Arthur Evans Esq [ Specimen of Tombaki Persian native tobacco Dr Brunnow [ Specimens from his excavations at Gurob, Illahun, Egypt XII Dynasty : Wooden objects : 1 spindle, 1 bowl, 1 bodkin, 1 Tipcat, 1 whiptop, 1 double hook, 1 grooved door-bolt, 1 doorbolt plain, 1 box with cover, 1 cone shaped whorl, 1 rope net for carrying jar, 1 rope ring for carrying jar on head, 1 short stick Stone objects : 1 pillow for offerings, 2 altars for offerings, 5 small flints, 3 large flints, 1 large mud loom-weight, one small stone loom-weight Pottery objects : 2 jars, 2 stands, 2 bowls, vessel with spout, offering table, 1 small jar, 1 small bowl, 2 pieces of broken vase XII Dynasty Metal and various materials : 1 bronze knife, 2 bronze needles, 1 fish hook, 1 leather shoe-sandal, 1 wicker sandal, 1 fulling [sic] ball, 1 fishing net, 2 small balls of string, 1 ball of thread, hank of fibre XVIII and XIX Dynasties : Wooden objects 1 bow drill, 1 Grain scoop, 1 leather dresser, 1 small throw stick?
Objects of stone, lead or bone etc 2 stone net sinkers, 2 lead net sinkers, 1 stone netting reel, 1 netting bone, 1 stone cone, 1 whetstone, 1 pottery coffin lid XXII Dynasty or Ptolemaic or later : 1 large throwstick, 1 large carpenter's basket with rope attached Ptolemaic 1 rope of dark colour Ptolemaic , 2 ropes with cross bars Ptolemaic , 1 small carpenter's basket, 2 brushes, 1 foot piece of Cartonnage coffin, 2 pieces of embroidery, 11 wooden heads the rudest Ptolemaic the rest earlier , 1 large oval basket cover missing , 1 round flat dish Roman , 1 jar with three feet and cover Roman 1 wooden hook with rope, 1 Roman lock with iron lock plate, 1 leather shoe and sole Roman 1 pair of Roman felt socks, 1 basket cover, 2 pieces of basket.
W Flinders Petrie W. Flinders Petrie Esq [ Dancing jaw - Bone from head of a fish, used as an ornament [ Note that the Annual Reports transcribed on this site do not include the long object lists though these were appended at the end of the narrative text of each Annual Report from Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions.
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In ancient times, the faeries created the soul-key, the Bone Harp, as a means to bridge their land and the land of mortals. Throughout the ages it has chosen all who would Six years ago, the Vaichaisin conquered Raven Almonyhr's homeland. Throughout the ages it has chosen all who would use it; and none of them have met happy endings. Now the harp has chosen Raven to be its keeper. Get A Copy.
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