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Ethnological Museum of Berlin Afrika [III C 5979]

Sklavenfessel

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Provenance/Rights: Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Nina Bätzing (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Eintrag im historischen Hauptkatalog: Sklavenfessel Fußfessel f. 2 Sklaven.
Wahrscheinlich westlicher oder mittlerer Sudan. Erworben in Salaga 1890.

Beschreibung:
Form: Stange mit vier Ringen. Der kleine Arretierungsring am offenen Stangenende fehlt schon auf der Orginalskizze im Inv-Katalog.
Sammler: Krause, Gottlob Adolf
Erwerbungsort: Salaga

Material/Technique

Eisen

Measurements

Objektmaß: 11 x 65,5 x 3 cm; Gewicht: < 2 kg

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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Gottlob Krause (1850-1938)

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Zeitleiste Objekte zum Tag auf Karte

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Sudan (westlicher)
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Ghana
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1801 - 1900
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1801 - 1900
1800 1902
Ethnological Museum of Berlin

Object from: Ethnological Museum of Berlin

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