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[sorted by Catalog No]
Field No. 2992, RATTLE [90.1/ 1780]
Clapper carved in wood by the MEDJE.
Field No. 2990, HOE BLADE [90.1/ 2060]
Hoe in iron as made by the AZANDE.
Field No. 2987, KNIFE [90.1/ 2095]
[One of] Two knives as worn under the belt, all iron. Southof Poko.
Field No. 2986, KNIFE [90.1/ 2098]
Heavy knife for clearing in the plantations (all iron)from AKENGE.
Field No. 2989, KNIFE [90.1/ 2111]
Small knife, all iron, also worn under the belt.
Field No. 2994, AXE [90.1/ 2219]
Axes of hematite from the region of MEDJE. They believe alsothat they are thunderbolts of lightning like the nativesin FARADJE, YAKULULA, VANKERCKHOVENVILLE, BAFUKA, NIANGARAand POKO.
Field No. 2991, HARP [90.1/ 2230]
KONDI. A sort of mandoline made by a MANGBETU from NIANGARAcarved entirely in ivory and covered with the skin ofthe foreleg of an OKAPI. See photo.
Field No. 2988, KNIFE [90.1/ 2235]
[One of] Two knives as worn under the belt, all iron. Southof Poko.

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