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Head of a Female Deity, c. 9th/13th century. Creator: Unknown
Head of a Female Deity, c. 9th/13th century. Creator: Unknown
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Diak Man, ca. 1893. Creator: Antonio Zeno Shindler
Diak Man, ca. 1893. Creator: Antonio Zeno Shindler
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Plan of attack on the Borneo pirates, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Plan of attack on the Borneo pirates, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Bruni, or Borneo Proper - from a sketch by a correspondent, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Bruni, or Borneo Proper - from a sketch by a correspondent, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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The British Admiral's attack on the Borneo pirates, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The British Admiral's attack on the Borneo pirates, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Pua (Ceremonial Blanket), late 1800s-early 1900s. Creator: Unknown
Pua (Ceremonial Blanket), late 1800s-early 1900s. Creator: Unknown
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Map of the East Indian Archipelago, 1902. Creator: Unknown
Map of the East Indian Archipelago, 1902. Creator: Unknown
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A stopper in the form of horned or plumed monster, on a bamboo container for slivers
A stopper in the form of horned or plumed monster, on a bamboo container for slivers
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A bracelet decorated with a design of a dragons head
A bracelet decorated with a design of a dragons head
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A male figure rising from a tree
A male figure rising from a tree
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Ngaju ossuary with a characteristic dragon motif
Ngaju ossuary with a characteristic dragon motif
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A stopper in the form of a Chinese or Malay man
A stopper in the form of a Chinese or Malay man
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Bruni, or Borneo Proper - from a sketch by a correspondent, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Bruni, or Borneo Proper - from a sketch by a correspondent, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Bruni, or Borneo Proper - from a sketch by a correspondent, 1845. ...Borneo, the capital of the kingdom of Borneo Proper, or Brunai, lying on the north-west coast of the Island of Borneo, on the banks of the river, about ten miles from the sea...the river has a considerable depth, and here the shipping lies, particularly the Chinese junks...The town, which is on low ground, contains a considerable number of houses, built on posts, four or five feet high, which, at the rise of the tide, allow the water to pass freely under them The streets are formed by canals, either natural or artificial, which facilitate communication; and they are always covered with boats, which are managed by women with great dexterity...The exports are rice, black pepper, camphor, cinnamon, bees-wax, sea-slugs, turtle-shell, pearls, and mother-of-pearl, with tea, wrought and raw silk, and nankeen...'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Baby carrier
Baby carrier
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This figurative carving may be a bogy, serving as a site for a village guardian spirit
This figurative carving may be a bogy, serving as a site for a village guardian spirit
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Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward off enemies
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward off enemies
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Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong
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Head of a life sized wooden crocodile
Head of a life sized wooden crocodile
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Carved and painted figure of the river goddess Balam, who rescues the wandering souls
Carved and painted figure of the river goddess Balam, who rescues the wandering souls
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Mask known as hudo worn by Kenyah shaman in dances to contact spirits
Mask known as hudo worn by Kenyah shaman in dances to contact spirits
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A stopper in the form of a homosexual couple, on a bamboo container
A stopper in the form of a homosexual couple, on a bamboo container
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Rare brass ornament thought to have been worn by Dayak notables attached to a turban
Rare brass ornament thought to have been worn by Dayak notables attached to a turban
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Dayak carved wooden panel, Kalimantan, Borneo, 19th-20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
Dayak carved wooden panel, Kalimantan, Borneo, 19th-20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
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Wooden Dayak amulet, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia, 20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
Wooden Dayak amulet, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia, 20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
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Wooden Dayak amulets, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia, 20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
Wooden Dayak amulets, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia, 20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
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Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward off enemies Featured Image

Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward off enemies

Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health. In times of illness and distress the shaman might take small chips of wood from the talisman and from these chips prepare a remedy. Country of Origin: Indonesia. Culture: Dayak. Date/Period: 20th C. Place of Origin: Kalimantan, Borneo. Material Size: Wood. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Formerly Philip Goldman Collection, London . Location: 10

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A Dayak girl at her spinning wheel, 1902
A Dayak girl at her spinning wheel, 1902
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Kenyah women pounding rice, Sarawak, 1902. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
Kenyah women pounding rice, Sarawak, 1902. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
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Kenyah men hunting for monkeys with blowpipes, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
Kenyah men hunting for monkeys with blowpipes, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
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Iban woman making thread with a mangle, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
Iban woman making thread with a mangle, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
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Iban weaver, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
Iban weaver, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
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Traditional enemies assembled at a peace conference in Claudetown, Sarawak, c1899, (1922).Artist: Dr Charles Hose
Traditional enemies assembled at a peace conference in Claudetown, Sarawak, c1899, (1922).Artist: Dr Charles Hose
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Lisum women of central Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
Lisum women of central Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
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Young Iban or Sea Dayaks people in gala attire, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
Young Iban or Sea Dayaks people in gala attire, Borneo, 1922. Artist: Dr Charles Hose
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A Kalimantan native long house, Borneo, 1922
A Kalimantan native long house, Borneo, 1922
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A group of Dyaks, c1900
A group of Dyaks, c1900
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Fishermens huts, Borneo, 19th century.Artist: T Weber
Fishermens huts, Borneo, 19th century.Artist: T Weber
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Malay Race, 1800-1900.Artist: R Anderson
Malay Race, 1800-1900.Artist: R Anderson
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Traditional enemies assembled at a peace conference in Claudetown, Sarawak, c1899, (1922).Artist: Dr Charles Hose Featured Image

Traditional enemies assembled at a peace conference in Claudetown, Sarawak, c1899, (1922).Artist: Dr Charles Hose

Traditional enemies assembled at a peace conference in Claudetown, Sarawak, c1899, (1922). The great peace-making at Marudi, Baram District, between the Kayan, Kenyah, and Klemantan Tribes of East and West Borneo'. Illustration from Peoples of All Nations, Their Life Today and the Story of Their Past, volume II, British Empire to Dahomey, edited by J A Hammerton, (Educational Book Co, London, 1922)

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Tattooing, 1800-1900
Tattooing, 1800-1900
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