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  • X91.5703a-d Canoe (tatara)

    X91.5703a-d Canoe (tatara)

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    Object Name: Canoe (tatara)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Yami peoples

    Place of Origin: Botel Tobago Island [Lan Yü], Taiwan

    Date/Era: Early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Wood, paint, feathers, twine

    Dimensions: L: 460.0 cm, W: 95.3 cm, H: 137.0 cm (L: 181.1 in, W: 37.5 in, H: 53.9 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Anonymous gift.

    Accession Number: X91.5703a-d

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  • X91.613a,b Ancestor figures

    X91.613a,b Ancestor figures

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    Object Name: Ancestor figures

    Artist: Unknown

    Cultural Group: Nage peoples

    Place of Origin: Central Flores, Indonesia

    Date: 19th-early 20th century

    Dimensions: H: 57.50 cm, W: 18.50 cm, D: 13.00 cm

    Materials Used: Wood

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X91.613a,b

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  • X91.616 Calendrical/divination device

    X91.616 Calendrical/divination device

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    Calendrical/divination device
    Batak peoples
    Sumatra, Indonesia
    19th-early 20th century
    Bone and pigment
    L: 37.0 cm, W: 4.5 cm, D: 5.0 cm (L: 14.6 in, W: 1.7 in, D: 1.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X91.616

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  • X92.16 Headrest

    X92.16 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Cenderawasih Bay, West Papua (New Guinea), Indonesia
    19th-early 20th century
    Wood
    H: 18.0 cm, W: 16.5 cm, D: 5.5 cm (H: 7.1 in, W: 6.5 in, D: 2.2 in)
    The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X92.16

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  • X93.18.1 Architectural fragment in the form of a hen (katik)

    X93.18.1 Architectural fragment in the form of a hen (katik)

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    Object Name: Architectural fragment in the form of a hen (katik)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Sa’dan Toraja peoples

    Place of Origin: Sulawesi, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Early to mid-20th century

    Dimensions: H: 254 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, pigment

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection.

    Accession Number: X93.18.1

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  • X93.26.32 Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

    X93.26.32 Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

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    Object Name: Ceremonial shoulder cloth (lu’e)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Ngadha peoples

    Place of Origin: Flores Island, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Late 19th or early 20th century

    Dimensions: 218 x 136 cm

    Medium/Materials: Cotton, indigo

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Anne and John Summerfield Collection.

    Accession Number: X93.26.32

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  • X94.24.13 Pestle for a betel mortar

    X94.24.13 Pestle for a betel mortar

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    Pestle for a betel mortar
    Indonesia
    Horn and iron
    20th century
    L: 25.0 cm, W: 3.5 cm, D: 5.0 cm (L: 9.8 in, W: 1.3 in, D: 1.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase. X94.24.13

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  • X94.3.1a-j Ossuary

    X94.3.1a-j Ossuary

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    Object Name: Ossuary

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Western Barito peoples

    Place of Origin: Melawi River, West Kalimantan [Borneo], Indonesia

    Date/Era: 1940s

    Medium/Materials: Wood, pigment

    Dimensions: 217 x 243 x 120 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Wallace.

    Accession Number: X94.3.1a-j

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  • X94.57.1a-h Sacred room divider

    X94.57.1a-h Sacred room divider

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    Sacred room divider
    (ampang bilik)
    Sa’dan Toraja Peoples
    South Sulawesi, Indonesia
    Early to mid-20th century
    Carved and painted wood
    H: 162.0 cm, W: 18.0 cm, D: 2.5 cm (H: 63.8 in, W: 7.1 in, D: .98 in)
    Anonymous gift. X94.57.1a-h

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  • X95.38.100 Areca nut cutter, dragon

    X95.38.100 Areca nut cutter, dragon

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    Areca nut cutter, dragon
    Southern China
    Steel, buffalo horn, rattan
    19th-20th century
    L: 16.5 cm, W: 10.0 cm, H: 3.0 cm (L: 6.4 in, W: 3.9 in, H: 1.1 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.100

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  • X95.38.155 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a stag

    X95.38.155 Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a stag

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    Object Name: Areca nut cutter (kacip) in the form of a stag

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Javanese peoples

    Place of Origin: North Coast of Java, Indonesia

    Date/Era: 19th to 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Iron, silver

    Dimensions: L: 27.6 cm, W: 13.0 cm, H: 2.8 cm (L: 10.8 in, W: 5.1 in, H: 1.1 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg.

    Accession Number: X95.38.155

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  • X95.38.157 Areca nut cutter, the warrior Arjuna

    X95.38.157 Areca nut cutter, the warrior Arjuna

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    Areca nut cutter, the warrior Arjuna
    North Coast of Java, Indonesia
    Iron and silver
    19th-20th century
    L: 29.0 cm, W: 8.5 cm, H: 1.3 cm (L: 11.4 in, W: 3.3 in, H: .51 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.157

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