Arrow No. 2913-21, arrow with edgeless tip No. 2913-22/with case, No. 2913-22/b, arrow No. 2913—23/ with case No. 2913—223/b, arrow with case No. 2913-24, tip with edge No. 2913—25/a and case No. 2913—25/b (from left to right). Katmai.

Arrow No. 2913-21, arrow with edgeless tip No. 2913-22/with case, No. 2913-22/b, arrow No. 2913—23/ with case No. 2913—223/b, arrow with case No. 2913-24, tip with edge No. 2913—25/a and case No. 2913—25/b (from left to right).
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Image ID: 4070013
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Title:
Arrow No. 2913-21, arrow with edgeless tip No. 2913-22/with case, No. 2913-22/b, arrow No. 2913—23/ with case No. 2913—223/b, arrow with case No. 2913-24, tip with edge No. 2913—25/a and case No. 2913—25/b (from left to right).
Ethnicity:
Katmai
Commentation:
Collector: I. G. Voznesenskii. 1842-1843, Katmai settlement, Alaska Peninsula. Materials: wood, paint, caribou antler, feather, sinew, basalt, copper. Dimensions: No. 2913--21: length 89 cm, length of tip 19 cm, width of tip 2.7 cm, width of shaft 2 cm, length of edge 7.1 cm, width of edge 2.7 cm. No. 2913—22/a: length 84.3 cm, diameter of shaft 2 cm, length of tip 19.5 cm, width of tip 1.7 cm. No. 2913—22/b: length 11 cm, width 4.5 cm. No. 2913—23/a: length of shaft 92.2 cm, diameter 2.2 cm, width 1.7 cm, length of edge 5 cm, width of edge 1.9 cm, length of tip with edge 20.8 cm, width of tip with edge 1.6 cm. No. 2913—23/b: length 11 cm, width 3.6 cm, thickness 2.6 cm. No. 2913—24: length 93.2 cm, width of shaft 1.6 cm, length of tip 19.3 cm, width of tip 1.7 cm, length of edge 4.1 cm, width of edge 2 cm. Case for tip: length 9.8 cm, width 3.8 cm, thickness 2.4 cm. No. 2913—25/a: length 22 cm, width of tip 1.6 cm, length of edge 4.5 cm, width of edge 2.4 cm. No. 2913—25/b: length 11.7 cm, width 3.5 cm. Arrow No. 2913—24 has tip edges made of copper while the other arrows have tip edges made of black basalt. Quiver No. 593—86 belongs to this set of arrows and, most likely, bow No. 593—64. Such arrows were used for hunting large animals such as bear, caribou and caribou and also during armed conflict.
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