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Bis Pole [Asmat people, Omadesep village, New Guinea, Papua (Irian Jaya) Province, Indonesia] | The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ritual after deaths in a village. Used only once and then returned to the woods. Carved from one piece of wood. Originally associated with headhunting.

Bijs poles of asmat people: wood ( from the wild nutmeg tree), mineral paint and fiber. Metropolitan museum of art, NY. From Omadesep village, New guinea, Papua ( Irian Jaya), Indonesia. Ca 1960.

Double cruciform figurine picrolite Chalcolithic period 3900-2500 BC

19th cent. scientific instruments Arts et Metiers Museum,Paris

from American Expedition

Gray Wolf Wrapped Canvas Art

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Krishna on Garuda [Java, Indonesia] (1992.135) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Container for Magical Substances (Naga Morsarang), 19th–early 20th century Toba Batak people, Sumatra, Indonesia Water buffalo horn, wood

Shoe Reliquary, French or Swiss, c. 1350 - 1400


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Pair of gulgul, early 20th century. Indonesia (Madura)