Ethnological Museum of Berlin Süd- und Südostasien [I C 28158]

Leibgürtel (Schutzkleidung) (Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)
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Naga "Rarong" Rupak. Leibgürtel der Muton, Banpara, Joboka und Sangloi. Besteht aus mehreren Lagen Rohr mit metallischer Decke. Der höhere Theil kommt nach hinten. Dient zum Schutz gegen Hiebe mit dem Dao.
Sammler: Peal, S.E.
Historische Bezeichnung des Herstellungsortes: Assam


Pflanzenfaser; Messing; Kauri


Objektmaß: 21,8 x 22,7 x 20,5 cm

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Muton, Banpara, Joboka, Sangloi
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1851 - 1900
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1851 - 1900
1850 1902
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