Skull Rack, Papuan Gulf, New Guinea – #7965


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Skull Rack, Papuan Gulf, New Guinea – Skull racks, or agiba, were once used by the tribes of the Papuan Gulf of New Guinea as a place to hang the skulls of enemies killed on headhunting raids. This nice artifact is very traditional in design, with good carved detail and brightly painted with clay-based paints. It is 42.5 inches tall. #7965 Papua New Guinea, Gulf coast.

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