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ORNAMENT

ORNAMENT
TWO THOUSAND DECORATIVE MOTIFS
IN COLOUR, FORMING A SURVEY OF THE APPLIED ART OF ALL AGES AND ALL COUNTRIES

With an Introduction and Catalogue
by

H. TH.

BOSSERT

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PREFATORY NOTE
State Museums in Berlin have rendered every assistance in their power to the editor ot this volume on Ornament. It is their principle willingly to help all who make use of the museums to further art, science, and national economy. The Berlin and other museums contributing to this novel and inexhaustible collection of coloured ornament will also profit by it, for a menus mental work of this kind that is consulted by many is bound to convey a wide« spread conception ot the variety of their collections and the weahh of their unexploited treasures.

The

Dr. H.Th. Bossert has gone his own way and followed his own ideas in selecting the patterns. Guided by the spirit of the artistic requirements of our times, he has passed over the wellsknown ornamental motifs of historic styles which, published in older volumes on the subject, have been drawn on and exhausted during the last art period. I le has tapped new sources tor new requirements. There is no doubt that the creations of prehistoric and archaic epochs preceding the periods of highest art development, as well as those of primitive peoples and folk art (closely allied to ancient motifs), will satisfy the craving and reward the search for new artistic expression, and bring related impulses to the surface. If the pure novelty of the illustrations, that have been so systematically selected, is the first advantage of this new collection, the second (perhaps not
so conspicuous, but equally important) is the manner in which it is presented. I do not mean the praiseworthy faithfulness with which the coloured originals have been reproduced, but the pronounced attempt to depict as far as possible the ornamental motif in connection with the object and material on which it is know to«day, orat any rate we are more aware ot the fact, that every placed. ornamental idea is closely connected with the form and material of the object for which and with which it was conceived. The simpler and more primitive the ornament, the closer and more indissoluble the connection. It becomes

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and loses its charm if removed from its background and transferred to another technique. Kven in times of the highest development of art, to say nothing of the last art period, examples of ornament are met with which are rendered worthless by transplantation; Gothic basso-relievo patterns vividly and boldly carved in soft pine=wood, for which they were originally intended, are insipid and lifeless when cut in hard wood; late antique patterns ot silk weaving, when imitated in woollen tapestry, appear both coarse and distorted. The method of presentation employed in the following Plates, in which the background is given its full value, should counteract such a misuse of ornas
soulless

mental motifs. It seems to me a special merit of this work on ornament that it will arouse a sense of the conditions of technique and material, and that by it we shall attain to a clearer perception of such artistic requirements. Hence this volume will be of much greater value than previous works on the subject.

Otto

V.

Falke

INTRODUCTI ON
which we hve are feh to be a turning point. The break with all traditions is realized more and more emphatically and distinctly. But, as yet, there has been no innovation, and there are too many forerunners to make it possible to recognize a clear uniform direction. At first it did not seem possible to create a new volume of patterns, a collection of ornaments, for such a period. It was no longer a question of simply presenting examples of Greek, Roman, Romanesque, Gothic, or Baroque styles, as was justifiable in the large works on ornaments published in the 19th Century, for these patterns were not only exhausted by a continually increasing demand made by artists and industries, but they did not in any way meet the requires ments of our times, or show any new kindred traits. It was therefore incumbent on the editor to satisfy the requirements of our period, which, though not too clear in detail, were in many respects recognizable, and to ofifer such stimulus as would meet the needs of altered tastes, and point out possible lines of development in the near future. Inspired by purely practical considerations, the new volume of ornament and decoration should show the way to«day as well as did the older works formerly. I need not justify myself to those who have an observing eye for our times for thinking it essential to draw particular attention to such cultures as have been little explored by art history, or which have been completely ignored till recently, in order to supply the requisite and wishedsfor inspiration to a presentsday conception

The times

in

of

stv'le.

The next difficulty for the editor was to obtain a comprehensive view of phenomena that have not yet been elucidated by numerous publications and investigations. the other hand he became acquainted with cultural areas from which he could expect the greatest fructification of the creative spirit in ornamental design. He discovered a wealth of exuberant decorative art which was possessed of remarkable qualities of inspiration; particularly in those expressions of culture which had hitherto remained almost terra incognita for scientific investigation: above all in the almost illimitable field of folk art and that of primitive peoples. Perhaps the work may nevertheless contain some plates which appear at first sight neither intelligible nor necessary to the creative artist. The editor begs his readers to pay special attention to just such plates, for valuable qualities are not always obvious without close inspection. And if this book also aims at serving practical purposes, it does not wish to inspire mere thoughtless imitation. It only endeavours to stir the imagination of the creative artist. Forms which, in the profoundest sense of the word, accord with the spirit of our epoch, can only be createcl by a free interpretation of the patterns. I n this volume the main consideration has been devoted to the presclassic, occidental, Islamic, Asiatic, and ancient American cultures during the period of their highest de« velopment, as well as to tho.se of native peoples, and European folk art. But in finally compiling the work, the changing tendencies of our times had to be taken into account in presentation and reproduction. Former works on the subject were usually limited to copies of the patterns, so that the connections between object and form, out of which the decorations originated, were hardly, or not at all, recognizable. This volume attempts to retain the unity of ornament material and form. For this reason the ornamentations are reproduced as far as possible in such a manner as not to separate them from their background, but are shown in unison with the object on which they are found. At

On

among and East Asia; how the spiral ornament is met with '''^"ffo";^""'^^*"^ ^t^'' ornamentations are instance we observe how ancient Elamic vessel f°""^,T^*"^^^'> Problems anse Thus '"^"V mvestigat.ons new make to inspired be we may calabashes, editor was not able The promoted in perusing this book, and hence their solution is explanation of such and similar witliin the scope of this work to contribute to the
whole reliable. the Plates are as brief as possible, but on the are bracketed, permit of detailed investigation. mentioned been only has source The As a rule bibhographical sources are not mentioned. photographs, in the case of some examples which are not reproduced from original In the latter case rehable or which were not actually coloured from the original.

„ all the characteristics of the i_ show.ng^a^^^^^^^^ , , comprehensive sections rate the plates depict "ej.rly all cases j,, ^ material and shape which, in "rsi P" f, 'xhe nhoto photo, was he i reproduced ects draughtsman, Fach of the ob of t^^ned .^^ ^^j arbitrary inception ^^^ objective bas s free from the wh ch cop. earned ,f „, for the watercolours guides as served grirh reproduction tints, fn exact reproduction of the '"P/'^'itPfS produce as natural a best suited to pr out with the aid of all auxiliaries a number pt charac« as possible. , „^„,rnent and decorations, In limiting ourselves to coloured o™^"'"V\"'i°itted as being coloui;Iess. The had "f ';°""^„ not teristic and important ones as the title indicates, And ,'°°!,reed >"*"Pfj'<=°^ decoration are conception "coloured" has not been 'f F^'lv -^^i, forms of the of its prac= only ornaments in the strict sense of the degree on b solely ;X';nded depended ^^^^^^^^^^ reproduced. The inclusion of an ornament ^amemotityp^.^^^^ ^vo.d repetition of the ^^ tical applicability. In order to "f^rt had often or such as are important in the development ^ ,„ ,,, jhere ^"^ *''<= easily of this the volume should prove valuable so recognize to '"/^^'"^ork j'f *° in this are offered are certainly few such opportunities as J^j^ff^n,,, ^e can om^merital designs. Here tor insta, the transference and spread of certain t^ Cyprus via '^eHtttes, from trace the following facts: how patterns passed motifs fou"d their way to ^tnca North African Berbers; how ancient Mediterranean

any

permj^^^

J^

*°«

P'^Xh^ explanations of

The museum inventory numbers, which

coloured reproductions were used, and hence approximate correctness of colour is guaranteed. The captions on the Plates only serve the purpose of a general oriental tion, as it was often impossible to give the character and period of each item in the captions. In doubtful cases it will be necessary to consult the explanations to avoid mistakes. It was impossible to ascertain correct dates in the case of nearly all native work. But even in that of civilized peoples the dates are often merely approxis mate, as investigations are by no means finished. The term "Present Time" on the Plates usually includes the whole of the 19th Century, whereas the term "Modern Times" has a wider meaning. Some of the Plates include items and patterns in different scales. It seemed un» necessary to give measurements, as the main object of the book is to reproduce ornamental decorations. However, attention has been drawn to the various techniques, in as far as they are not recognizable on the Plates. The object of the Index is to facilitate a general survey of the work. The editor may be permitted to draw attention to the fact that this Index makes mention of techniques which might be profitable now^asdays, but are seldom employed (e. g: feather and fur mosaic work; bristle work, etc.). The editor was only enabled to compile this volume in all its comprehensiveness by obtaining the permission of Geheimrat von Falke, Chief of the State Museums, to take the necessary photographs from among all the collections under his supervision. And thus It was possible to publish a book that at least conveys an idea of the wealth contained

our museums. Both the publishers and the editor take this opportunity to express von Falke. Thanks are also due to Professor Thilenius of lamburK^^iiseum.and Professor Koch^Griinbergofthe Linden Museum, Stuttgart. The editor further desires to express his thanksto Professor Ankermann, Dr. Baumann, Professor Brunner, Dr. Byhan, Professor Doehring, Dr. Eichhorn, Geheimrat Gaftron, Frau Gorki, GeheimratGriinwedcl, Professor I lagen. Professor 1 lambruch. Dr. Kricke= berg. Dr. Kiihnel, Professor v. Le Coq, Professor Lehmann, Professor F. W. K. Mliller, Dr.Val. K. Miiller, Professor Noak, Professor PreuB, Professor Sarre, Dr. Schachtzabel, Professor Schafer, Dr. Scharft, Professor Hubert Schmidt, Professor Max Schmidt, Professor Robert Schmidt, Professor Schmitz, Dr. Stern, Dr. Stonner, Geheimrat Schuchs hardt, Dr.Trautz, Dr.Volbach, Professor Weber, Dr. Wolf, Professor Wulff, Professor Zahn and Professor Zimmermann for their kind assistance and generous advice. Finally, the editor would like to thank the two artists Messrs Bollacher and Tilke for their most important cosoperation by drawing and painting the greater number of the plates with immense industry and fine artistic feeling.
in

their thanks to Gcheinirat

the

I

Helmuth Theodor

Bossert

CATALOGUE

Nos. 1. 5-7. 9-12, 14 arc in Ihc National of Athens. Nos. 2. 3. 13, 15-21 in the Odessa Museum, Nos. 4 and 8 in the former Arts and Crafts Section), Berlin, and date from (Prehistoric Museum' 4000-3000 B. C.

The

origLnals of

13. Earthenware vessel from Pylos (Greece). lllu= stration after "Athenische Mitteilungen" 1909, Plate

Museum

XXII
14.

2

Late

Minoan

I

(about 1600 B.C.)

Earthenware vessel from Cnossus (Crete). Illustration after Bossert op. cit.. 111. 156. Middle

Minoan (1800-1700

B. C.)
III

1,7,14. Earthenware vessels and fragments. Nos. 1 and 14 (restored) fromRakhmani,No.7fromTsangli (North Eastern Greece), .^ftcr Wace=Thompson, "Prehistoric Thessaly" (Cambridge 1912), Plates IV4, lib, and I fragments 2, 3, 13, 15—21. Earthenware vessels and of same from Petreny near Biclzy (Bessarabia; Southern Russia). After E.von Stern, "Die pramy=

PLATE
Must
1

at

Athei

kenische Kultur in SiidruBland" (Moscow 1906), Plates VI;, IX5, VU. Vis, Villi. VI,, VII 15, X»,

XII 10, and Xi Earthenware vessels excavated by Prof. Hubert Schmidt in Cucuteni (Roumania). Culture A (not
4, 8.

yet inventoried)

Earthenware vessels and fragments 6. and 9 from Sesklo, 10, 11, .ind 12 from Dimini (Thessaly; Northern Greece). After Tsountas. "Dimini and Sesklo" (Athens 1908), Plates 73,. 72. 7i. 9i, and 2. and 11
5 6 9—12. of same. 5.

I and 2. Cloth pattern on the aprons of two cup bearers. Fresco fromCnossus(Crete).LateMinoanII (1550-1400 B.C.) 3. Sample of cloth and hem ofwoman'sdress. Fresco from Hagia Triada (Crete). Middle Minoan Ilia (1700-1650 B.C.) 4, 5 and 10. Pattern of floor frescos. Tiryns(Greecc). Late Minoan III (1400-1200 B.C.) 6. Edging of a fresco. Tiryns (Greece). Late Minoan III (1400-1200 B.C.) 7—9. Part of gold ornament with inlay. MycenK (Greece). "Shaft Tomb" Period (1750-1550 B.C.)

II

and

14.

(Crete).
12.

Middle Minoan

Small faience figures from Cnossus III (1700-1600 B.C.)

PLATE
Mui
1

II

Pattern on the bronie blade of a dagger with gold and electron (amber) incrustations. Mycena:

(Greece). "Shaft
Alhe.

Tomb"

Period (1750-1550 B.C.)

1 and 6. Earthenware vessels from Mochlos (near Crete). After R. Seager, "Explorations in the Island of Mochlos" (Boston.NewYork 1912), Plates VIII 13 and 16. MiddleMinoan Period I (2000-1800 B.C.)

13andl6.Muralfrie:e.frescos.Tiryns(Greece).OIder period of Continental painting (1600-1400 B.C.) 15 and 17. Ornamentation (Fresco) on a sarcophagus. Hagia Triada (Crete). About 1400 B.C.
18. Fragment of a fresco with a row of columns. Cnossus (Crete). 1700-1550 B. C. 19. Pattern on woman's skirt. Fresco from Tiryns (Greece). 1400-1200 B.C.

2

and

3.

Earthenware vessels from Cnossus (Crete).
I.),

After E. Evans, "The Palace of Minos", London,
1921,

VoL

(1800-1750

Plate B. C.)

2c and

b.

Middle Minoan lla

PLATE IV
The
'

4and7. Earthenware vessels from Korakou(Greece). After C. Blegen, "Korakou (BostonsNew York,
1921). Plates V and VI 1 2 2. Late Helladic Period (1550-1400 B.C.) 5. Earthenware vessel from Palaikastro (Crete). From photographs by H. Bossert, "Altkreta" (Berlin 1923), Fig. 166. Late Minoan (ca. 1600 B. C.) 8. Earthenware vessel from Cnossus (Crete). After A. Evans, "The Tomb of Double Axes" (London
1914), Plate IV.
9.

Museum

originals of Nos. 1-4. 6. S. 9. ate in the Berlin Altes (Vase Collection). Nos. 5 and 7 in private coUcc tion. All pieces date from about 1400-1100

B.C

1, 2and9. Pattemon earthenware vessels from Crete (Vase Inv. 2942, 2936, 4947) 3 and 8. Pattern on earthenware vessels from Crete (Furtwangler 20 and 19)

4.

Late

Minoan

I

(ca.

1600

It.

C).

Earthenware vessel (restored) from Phylakopi
.\fter

(Melos).
III.

Bossert's

illustrations,

op.

cit.

Example of double>handlcd mug from AUki (Furtwangler 26) 5 and 7. Pattern on earthenware vessels. Unknown provenance 6. Earthenware jug from Cyprus (Furtwangler 22)

260.
1
.

Late

Minoan (about 1600

B. C.)

Earthenware vesselsfromCnossus(Crete). lUustrations after Bossert op, cit. III. 149 and 148. Middle Minoan Ila (1800-1750 B. C.) 12. Earthenware vessel from Cnossus (Crete).

lOand 1

PLATE V
All the originals of this Plate are in the Altes

Museum

Illustration after Bossert op.

cit.

111.

162.

Middle

Minoan

III

(I700-I600

B. C.)

1. Pattern of an earthenware vessel from (Vase Inv. 4490)

Gn

3

2 ^nd 10. Part view of body of an earthenware jug from Boeotia (Vase Inv. 3310) Pattern on body of an earthenware vessel from

2

Part view of a (Furtwangler 1653J
3, 5, 6, 9.

O

thian

amphora from Nola

Boeotia (Vase Inv. 3143. 1) 4. Pattern on vase of an earthenware jug from Menidi (Vase Inv. 3367) 5 and S. Part view of body and neck of an earthen= ware vessel from Athens (Vase Inv. 4506)

6 and 7. Part view of an Attic earthenware vessel (Vase Inv. 3203)
9. Part view of an < irthenware (Vase Inv. 3143, 6) \

crater fron nthi; Caere (Furtwangler 1655) 4 Part view of a Chalcidian amphora (Va: Inv. 3153) from Chiu 7, 8, 10. Part views of an Attic crater (Furtwangler 1722) Attic jar (Furtwangler 1731) 11. Pattern (

Part

viewsot

PLATE IX
le

PLATE VI
All the originals of
this Plate

useum (Vase Collection),

of Nos, 1.6,8.9, 11-19 are in the Alles Beriin, Nos. 2-5, 7, 10 of the Berlin University Archaeological Collet
originals

Collection), Beriin.

the Altes Museum and date from the 8th and 7th Centuries B.C.

Pattern from (Vase Inv. 2941)
1.

body of

a crater

from Rhodos

2. Pattern on the body of an amphora from the western slope of Hymetlus (Furtwangler 56) 3. Pattern on a Boeotian earthenware vessel (Vase Inv. 3674)
7. Lid and side of a small earthenware box Irom Thebes (Furtwangler 306) 5. Pattern on a basket^shaped earthenware vessel from Thebes (Vase Inv. 3184) 6 and 8. Part views of an earthenware saucer from Melos (Furtwiingler 52)

1. Earthenware vessel from Cyprus. Middle Bronze Age (2000—1500 B. C.) (Furtwangler 141) 2,5.and6, Earthenware vessels from Cyprus. Late Bronze Age (1500-1200 B. C.) (D6, D 131, Furt. wangler 119) 3 and 8. Earthenware vessels with engraved ornas mentation from Cyprus (No, 8 from Dali). Early

BronzeAge(4000-3000B.C.)(D5,Furtwanglerl55)

4 and

*
7.

Cyprian

jug.

Early Iron

Age (1200-750 B.C.)
from Apulia
(Italy),

(D 690)
Bellied earthenware vessel

7th Cent. (D. 449)
9 and 11. Part view of an amphora from Dali (Cyprus). Iron Age (Graeco<Phoenician, 750-600
"^^

Pattern on a bellied earthenware dish from Kameiros (Rhodos) (Furtwangler 293) Part view of a Boeotian earth. (Vase Inv. 3337)
10.

'^

'

(Furtwangler 63)

PLATE VII
The original Nos. I and 3 art of the Beriin University, N.
Collection), Beriin,
in
i.

10. Late Mycenaean kalathos from the Island of Calymnos, 1400-1200 B. C. (D 12) 12. Earthenware vessel from Cyprus. Early Ire. Age (1200-750 B. C.) (Ter. Inv. 6682. 94)

13—15. 17—19. Earthenware vessels from Cyprus
in the Altes

the Archaeological Collection
2.

4-10

Museum

(Nos.l3andlSfromLarnaka,
Iron

and date from the 7lh and 6th

Centuries B. C.
1

and

3.

(Furtwangler
2.

Pattern on an Attic 1 70S)

amphora from Vulci

15 from Dali). Age (Graeco<Phoenician, 750-600 B.C.) (Ter. Inv. 6682, 93, Furtwangler 72, Furtwiingler 71, Ter. Inv. 6682, 91, Ter. Inv. 6684, 1, Furtwangler 68)
16.

Hand

from Kameiros (Rhodos) (Furtwangler 298) 4, 6, 7, 9. Ornaments from earthenware sarcophagi trom Klazomenai (Inv. 3145, 3353 [Nos. 6 and 9 from one sarcophagus), 4824)
Plate

''™ ^^' (1200-750

Earthenware vessel from Dali (Cyprus). . ^_,r._-,. Early B. C.) (Vase Inv. 3279)

PLATE X
The originals of Nos. 1. 4. 11-13, 15-18 are in the Archaeological CoUecHo of the Berlin University, Nos. 2, 3, 5, 8-10. 14 in the Kai er.Friedrich.Museum (Asia Minor Section), Beriin, Nos. the Altes Museum (Vase Collection), Beriin. AH ,th the exception of No. 3, belong presumably to the period of 2000-1000 C No. 3 dates about the 7lh Cent. B. C.

Corinthian bowl (Furtwangler 956) o. Attic amphora (Furtwiingler 1700) 10. Corinthian lekythos from Nol wangler 343)
5.

(Furt>

S

PLATE Vni
All the originals of

0^aseC„1K„),Berit;' £0'! IlL'tlV":''.?, ^"""^ Nos. 2^12 fro-'m ,h°e \t'cI'ZyVc ''""'"'
Part view of a Corinthian vessel with lid f F„rt. (Furt.A-angler 990)
1

this Plate

1.,

3767)
3,

bowl from Kyltepe (D 103) hi' V^^' ^"8"™'^ f™"" B°gh-kSi (VA 3771 «05. VA 4674, D 952 [Fragments Yf' tl^^^^ '^ "' 8'°"P''* ""<^" '^isNo.], VA
I.

Fragment of

a

Faience vessel from Sendshirli (S 24S7)

.

4 I littite earthenware vessel of unknown prove. nance (D 379) 6 and 7. Fart view of earthenware vessels from Kyltcpe (Vase Inv. 5928, Inv. 30052) 8 Part view of an earthenware vessel from Bog: hazkoi (VA 3594)

PLATE
All the
silk fabri

XIII

1 Sassanian fabric with hunting scenes showing East. Roman influence. King BahramV. is portrayed robbing a lioness of her cubs. The photograph from Otto V. Falke's "Kunstgeschichte der Seiden.

PLATE

XI

All the earthenware vessels on this Plate arc in the Louvre in Paris and belong to the period shortly before 3000 B. C, (1st Period of the Pioto.Elamic Style)
1.

weberei". 2nd ed. (Berlin 1923) 6-7th Cent. A. D. (78. 630)
2.

111.

69.

Persia

Earthenware vessel from Susa. From photograph
E. Pottier
1

Fabric with figures of griffins. Photographs in 0. V. Falke. op. cit. 1st ed. (Berlin 1921) 111.152. Persia, circa 1000 A. D. (S4. 279)
Fabric with figures of elephants from a Spanish church. Photographs from O. v. Falke. op. cit. 2nded. 111.93. Persia 7th-9th Cent. (92.323)
3.

by
2. 3.
4.
5.

"Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum",
(Inv. 12672) PL Vll 10 (Inv. A 6704) VIll 19 (Inv. 12673) VIII 7 (Inv. A 7041)
I 1

Fascicule

(Paris) Plate
cit.,

Pottier, op.
Pottier.

Pottier,
Pottier,
Pottier,

6. 7. 8.

PL PL PL PL
PL PL

Fabric with figures of cocks. From O. v. Falke. op. cit 2nded. 111.65. Persia ca. 600 A. D. (87.769)
4.

HI 8

(Inv. 12703)

VIII 16 (Inv. 11618)
17 (Inv.

Pottier, Pottier,

PMX 7 (Inv. 11617)
I

Jesdegcrd silk from the church of St. Ursula. Cologne. From O.v. Falke. op. cit. 2nd ed. 111.68. Persia, prior to 640 A. D. (81. 13)
5.

A 7930)

PLATE XIV
All Iheoriginals of this Plateare in the AltesMuseum (Egyptian Section). Berlin. They all belong to the early Egyptian period

9.

Pottier,

V

17 (Inv. 12101)

10.

Pottier, Pottier,

PL

II

23 (Inv. 13913)

11. 12.
13.

PL IX 18 (Inv. 12100 bis)

(5000 B.C.)
1 and 4. Part view of an earthenware vessel. Said to be from Gebelin (Inv. No. 15129) 2. Pattern on an earthenware vessel. Unknown provenance (Inv. No. 13500)

Pottier,
Pottier, Pottier,

PL I 8 (Inv. 13927) PL VI 11 (Inv. A 6618)
6962) PL III 14 (Inv. PL IX II (Inv. 11620)

14.

A

15. Pottier,

3.

Pattern
el

PLATE
The
originals of

XII

Abusir
5.

9 are in the Louvre, Paris, Nos. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 11 in the Kaiser.Friedrieh.Museum (Asia Minor Section). Nos. 10 and 12 in the same museum (Islamic Nos.
1.

4. 6.

Provenance
6.

Part view, picture of a ship unknown (Inv.

on neck of an earthenware vessel from Meleq. grave 51 5 No. 1 (Inv. No. 18641) on earthenware vessel. No. 20304)
i

Section), Berlin

unknown
from the palace
in
7.

Part view of an earthenware vessel. Provenance (Inv. No. 13S22)

Part view of a faience frieze Persepolis. 6th Cent. B. C.
1.

4, 6, 9.

Pattern

on robes

(in faience)

from the palace
9th Cent. B. C.
(?) Cent.

in Persepolis.
2.

6th Cent. B. C.

Faience knob from Assur. (VA 5905)
3.

Mid

Earthenware vessel from .-\busir el Meleq. grave lOcl No. 2 (Inv. No. 19188) H. Pattern of an earthenware vessel. Provenance unknown (Inv. No. 13S25) 9. Earthenware vessel with flamingo from Abusir el Meleq. grave 51 d 10 No. 2 (Inv. No. 18564)

Part of a faience

tile

from Assur. 9th

B. C. (V.\ 8336)
5.

PLATE XV
.Ml the originals are
in

Small glass vessel from Babylon.

Circa

1

A. D.

(VA8452)
7.

the Alles Museum (Egyptian Section). Berlin

Earthenware vessel from excavations

in Surgu and

El Hibba (Sout Babylonia) (VA2206)
8.

Circa 3000 B. C.

1. Faience blossom (nymphaea). clasp of a pearl necklet with inlay. From Amarna. Ca. 1350 B.C. (Inv. No. 22040)

Late Babylonian glass vessel from

Babylon

(VA8M9)
lOand 12. Part view of a Sassanian or early Islamic bowlof unknown provenance. 7th-9thCent. A.D.
(J 3763)
11.

Piece of a frieze made of inlaid faience flowers, XVlIlth Provenance unknown. grapes, etc Dynasty. 1580-1350 B. C. (Inv. No. 15451)
2.

3
5.

and

4.

Same

as

No.

1

(Inv. Nos. 22208. 21887)

Nymphaea

caerulea

Part of a Samaritan gravesstone.

15th-16th

from

a canopy.

made of faience; probably From Amarna. Ca. 1350 B. C.

Cent A.D. (VA 3374)

(Inv. No. 21878)

1

Faience disks from TelJ el J^^"^^^,,^J^'^°J^ (Inv. Nos. 7964 and 7961; nasty 1200-1090 B. C.
6.

7

Nymphaea

caerulea, faience.

From Amatna.

robe of an upright figure of 2 and 11. Pattern on of ».nn.mmy; wood Unknown Osiris in the shape 712-332 B. C, (Inv, provenance. Late period.

No, 900)
3 6 9
f^oiii

Amarna ofAraenophesIV. (1375-1358 B. C.) in (Inv. No. 15336) ceiling painting on 9 Fragment (restored) of a

Ca. 1350 B.C. (Inv. No. 21943) « Part view of a floor fresco.

From

the palace

(Inv.

Hawara. Late Ptolemaic, 2nd-lst Cent, B,C. No. 10975)

12

13,

Pattern

on

a carton

mummy

case

4

DcreMedme. New Nilem^ud. From a grave near Kingdom. 1580-712 B. C. (Inv. No. 21761. vessel. 10 Ornament on body of an earthenware Unknown provenance? XVIIIth Dynasty, 15801350 B.C. (Inv. No. 611) and 13. Pattern on an earthenwarevessel Unknown provenance. XVIIIth Dynasty, 1580-1350 B.C. (Inv. No, 14412) From Amarna. 12. Fragment of a faience tile. Circa 1350 B.C. (Inv. No. 21903)
1

middle
5

Unknown provenance.
for inlay

of a temple. In the Faience pectoral in shape Isis and Nephthys a sc'arab, flanked by Late period (Inv. No. 1984)

Probably a hieroglyph Faience sparrow.hawk. Unknown provenance. Late period,
work.
grave
stele.
.

712-332 B.C. (Inv. No. 4541)
7

LateNew Kingdom 1580-7

Wooden

Unknown
1

provenance

2 B. C. (Inv.

No. 7772)

of cat wrapped in lozenge patterri linen 8. bandage. Thebes. Late period (Inv. No. 635)

Mummy

PLATE XVI
Museum All the originals of this Plate are in the Mies wooden fEevDtian Section). Berlin. All patterns are from Kingdom (about 945-712 B. C): the Lale
ioSns of
1

figure. Unknown 10. Pectoral of a wooden Osiris provenance. Late period (Inv, No. 20609)
14.

pattern.

Mummified jackal in linen wrapped From Abusir el Meleq. Late
(Inv.

in cross

period,

New

712-332 B.C.

No. 17186)

and

2.

Inv.
Inv.

3, 6, 11, 4,

No. 1 1978. Cf. PI, XVII 3 and 13 No. 8502. Cf, PI. XVII b

PLATE XIX
originals of Nos. 1. 3, 4. 6-13 and 16 are in the Kaiser. Friedrich.MuseumCEarlyChristian Section), Nos,2. 5. Hand 15 in the Altes Museum (Egyptian Section), Berlin

Inv.

No.

52, Cf. PI.

XVII

9

The

Inv, No. 4 Vessel from Der el Medine, XVIIIth Dynasty, 1580-1350 B. C. (Inv. No. 21325) 8, Inv. No. 54 9. Inv. No. 10832. Cf. PI. XVII 4 and 7 10, Inv, No, 3 12 and 13, Inv. No. 11981. Cf. PI. XVII 12
5,
7.

PLATE XVII
All the originals of this Plate are in the Altes Museum (Egvptian Section), Berlm. All patterns are from wooden coffins of the Late New Kingdom (ca. 945-712 B. C); unknown provenance
I.

Inner part of earthenware bowl purchased in 1. Cairo. Coptic. 5th-6thCent. (Inv. No. 6636) Ivory mirror lid in shape of two doors. Coptic 4th-5t(i Cent. (Inv. No. 14226) 3 Glazed bowl from S. Russia. Byzantine, I2thI3thCent, (Inv. No, 4863) 4 and 6. Pattern from an earthenware fragment from
2

Ashmunein.Coptic.5th-6thCent.(Inv.No.6096) 5. Glass mosaiciwork, head of Bes. From Alexan* dria? Ptolemaic or Roman (Inv. No. 9744)
7.

Inv.

No, 7478
PI.

Fragment of an earthenware

plate.

Purchased

in

Cairo. Coptic.

6th-7th Cent.

(Inv. No. 6640)

2,5,11. Inv. No. 28 3 and 13. Inv. No. 11978, Cf.

XVI

1

and

2

Inv. No. 10832. Cf. PI. XVI 9 No. 8502. Cf. PI. XVI 3, 6, 11 8. Earthenware vessel, restored, from Der el Medine. XVIIIthDynasty, 1580 -1350 B.C. (Inv. No.21327) 9. Inv, No. 52. Cf. PI. XVI 4 10. Inv. No. 7325 12. Inv. No. 11981. Cf. PI. XVI 12 and 13

4 and
6.

7.

Inv.

Earthenware vessel from Luxor. Coptic. 4th-5th Cent. (Inv. No. 3499) 9. Part view of a bottle with handles from Gize. Coptic. 6th-7th Cent. (Inv. No. 3504)
8.

10 — 12. Pattern on fragments from Ashmunein. 5th-6th Cent. (Inv. Nos. 6095. 6100. 6256) 15. Earthenware dish from Egypt. 5th— 6tli Cent.
(Inv. 3355)
14.

PLATE XVIII
All the originals of this Plate are in the Altes (Egyptian Section), Berlin

in Elephantine.

Above. Glass mosaictwork from a glass factory 300 B.C. (Inv. No. 18324)

Museum

1. Fragment of mural painting, altars with lotus West side of Thebes, XVIIIth-XXIst Dynasty, 1580-1200 B. C. (Inv. No. 18532)

Below. Glass mosaiawork, inlays from a plaster coffin irom the Siwa Oasis. Ptolemaic or Roman (Inv. No. 18484)
14.

bouquet.

Glass rod, inlay in millefiori technique from Elephantine. Ptolemaic or Roman (Inv. No. 18299)
15.

16 Glazed dish. Byzantine. 12th Cent. (Inv. No. 6757)

From Constantinople.

4.

Wool

fabric

on

linen. Coptic. 5th Cent.

(Inv

No. 6959)
5.

PLATE XX
The originals of Nos. I. 7, 8. 10-12 scum (Epplian Section). Nos. 2-6,
1

Wool embroidery.

Coptic.

6th-7thCent. (Inv.

No. 6695)
arc in the Alios Mu. 9. 13 in the Kaiser. 6.

Fricarich'Muscuni (I^arly Christian Section), Berlin

Printed linen fabric. (Inv, No. 6824a)
7.

Coptic.

6th-7th Cent.
cent.

(Alexan> drian.Hellenic) 3rd-4th Cent. (Inv. No. 11444) 2. Braiding. Coptic. 6th Cent. (Inv. No. 6897) 3. Braiding (restored). (Coptic Alexandrian.Helk; nic.) 3rd-4th Cent. (Inv. No. 6978)

Middle

piece of a linen dress. Coptic.

Silk

fabric.

Coptic.

4th-5th

(Inv.

No. 9165)
8. 9.

Wool

fabric. Coptic.

4thCent. (Inv. No. 9073)
provenance.
Syriac or

Silk fabric.

Unknown

Coptic.

5th-6th Cent. (Inv. No. 9264)

Fabric from Achmim. Alexandrian.Hellenic. 3rd-4th Cent. (Inv. No. 6986)
4. 5.

PLATE XXIII

Braiding. Coptic. 6th. Cent. (Inv. No. 4597)

6.

Wool

fabric. Coptic.

5th Cent. (Inv. No. 9085)

7 and 10. Pectoral and pattern on a shirt hood, from Achmim. Coptic. 4th Cent. (Inv. No. 17521)
Pattern on the hood of a child's dress, from Achmim. Coptic. 5th. -6th Cent. (Inv. No. 17526)
8.

1—5, 7. Fatimitc silk embroidery on linen. From Egyptian graves. 10th-12th Cent. (J. 3100, 3121 [Nos. 2 and 4 from one piece], 3142, 3098, 3099)
6 and 8. Part views of a silk carpet in Gobelin tech< niquc. Persia, ca. 1600 2577)

9and 13. Braiding. Coptic. 5thCent.(lnv.No.6236) 11. Pattern on the hood of a child's dress. Coptic. 4th-5th Cent. (Inv. No. 17525) 12. Wool fabric on linen. Coptic (Alexandrian* HeUenic) 4th Cent. (Inv. No. 14228)

PLATE XXIV
on an Anatolian

1.

Pattern (dragon and phoenix)

carpi-t.

I4th Cent.

-1)

PLATE XXI
All the originals of this Plate are in the Alles

2.

Museum

Part view of a garden 17 th Cent. 3089)

carpet.

N.W.

Persia.

(Egyptian Section). Berlin
1, 3, 8, 10.

11, 12.

Pieces let into linen dresses.

Nos. 3 and 11 from Achmim. Coptic (Hellenic). 4th Cent. (Inv. Nos. 11438, 10054, 11442, 11457, 10055, 11428)
Part of the buckle of a linen dress. (Hellenic). 4th Cent. (Inv. No. 11451)
2.

Star pattern on a ushak. Asia Minor. 16thCent. (J 19) 4. Part viewofanArmenian carpet. Ca.l500 (] 3)
3.

5 and 8.

Medallion and edging ofa Persian pile carpet.
pile carpet.

Mid
6. 7.

16th Cent. (J 1)

Coptic

Partviewof an Armenian

4 and
cloth.

6.

Pattern on a longitudinal strip of a linen Coptic (Hellenic). 4th Cent. (Inv. No. 11424)

Comer of a Turkish carpet Factory. 17th Cent. (J 30)

made by

Ca.I500(J2) the Royal

5. Pattern on a shirt. Coptic. 5th-6thCent. (Inv. No. 17522) 7.PattemonawooIlen cloth. Coptic. 5th— 6thCent. (Inv. No. 11456)

PLATE XXV
1-8. Part views of a soscalled 16th Cent. (J 2656)

'

:

carpet.

Persia.

Sleeve facing from (Inv. No. 10058)
9.

Achmim.

Coptic.

5th Cent.

Mid

PLATE XXVI
All
llie

PLATE XXII
The
originals

of Nos.

1.

3-9

are in the Kaisec.Fricdrich.

Museum

originals of this Plate ace in the Kaiser.Fciedrich. (Islamic Section), Berlin. Nos. I and 7 and 10
lent

were

by the Arts and Crafts
tiles.

Museum

1—7 and
1.

10.

Turkish mural

Presumably from

Pattern

on

braiding.

Coptic.

5th Cent. (Inv.

No. 9065)
2. Pattern on braiding; in the middle; Mary and Jesus. Purchased in Achmim. Coptic. 5th-6th Cent.

Isnik (Nicaea). I6th-17th Cent. (73, 770; 77, 508a-b; 73, 771; 91, 140; 91, 131; 91, 139; 77,555;
73, 766)
8.

Faience

tile

from Brussa (Asia Minor).

1

SthCent.
(Persia).

No. 17530) 3. Wool fabric on No. 4648)
(Inv.

(J 481)
linen. Coptic.

4th Cent. (Inv.

9.

Faience mosaic.work from 1 5 th Cent. (J 3916)

Meshhed

PLATE XXVII
Museum
All the originals of this Plate are in the Kaiser.Friedrich. (Islamic Section), Berlin. Nos. 1 and 4 were lent by the Arts and Crafts Museum

PLATE XXX
All (he originals of this Plate are in the Ethnological (African Section). Berlin
1.

Museum

land 4. Tiles from Damgan (A 196 and h) 2and3. TilesfromSyria. HthCent. (J 3988 and 398 7) 5. Small faience bowl (restored). Syria. 14thCent.

(Persia). 13 th Cent.

m

(1 1812)
6.

Tanger (Morocco) (III B 557) Glazed censer with open>work lid. 2. Saffi (Morocco) (III B 897) 3. Varnished earthenware vessel used by the Kabyles
(III

Water>jug painted in matt colours.

Fragment of

tile.

Raghes

(Persia).

13th Cent.
4.
5.

B286)

(J 489)
Flat engraved dish. Persia or Asia Minor. 15th Cent. (J 2661) Cf PI. XXVIII 8 (J 948 and 1507)
7.

6.

Glazed vessel. Morocco (111 B 1669) Earthenware vessel. Nabeul (Tunis) (1 1 1 B 1 1 47) Whitewashed pot. painted. Rabat (Morocco)

8.

Tile.

Persia.

15th Cent.

(J

2630)

(III
7.

B B B

564)
Saffi

on two bowls. Persia. 13th Cent. 8 (J 948 and 1507) 10. Bottom of bowl (on which is depicted a cupping scene). Raghes (Persia). 13th Cent. (J 4350) 12. Bottom of a vessel. Syria. 13th Cent. (J 324)
11. Pattern

9 and

Glazed pot with beak spout.
526)

(Morocco)

Cf. PI.

XXVIII

(111
8.

Glazed ink*pot.
156)

Presumably from Morocco

(III
9.

Drinking vessel. Marrakesh (Morocco)(1 1 1

B 348)

PLATE XXVIII
All the originals of this Plate are in the Kaiser.Friedrich.

10. 11.

Deep

plate. Bougie (Algiers) (III B 1429) Glazed figure of a camel. Beni Douala and

Museum
1.

(Islamic Section), Berlin

Beni Aissi (Algiers) (III
12. 13. 14. 15.

B 1456)

Faience bowl. Persia. lOth-llth Cent. (J2844)

2.

Bottom of a

vessel.

Raghes

(Persia). 13th cent.

(J 3856)
3. Turkish plate. Nicaea. 17th Cent. (J 2353) 4and7. Bottom and rim of a vessel. Raghes (Persia) 13th Cent. (J 2248) 5. Bottom of bowl with enamel glaze. Mameluke

by the Kabyles (III B 1956) Glazed bowl. Sfax (S.Tunis) (III B 1503) Glazed bowl. Fez (Morocco) (III B 995)
Triple vessel used

with
16.

Egypt. 14th-15th Cent. (J 1470) Pattern on the bottom of a bowl. Cent. (J 140)
6.

17.

earthenware: lower part covered skin. Marrakesh (Morocco) (III B 643) Glazed clay vase. Fez (Morocco) (III B 631) Glazed flowerspot. Safti (Morocco) (III B864)

Hand drum,

Syria

13th

PLATE XXXI
I and 3. Part views of woman's outer garment, woollen fabric from the Matmata Mts. IS. Tunis) (13.29:163)

Xx'^lTlOr5077'9.

'""' "*Cent.Cf.Pl.
159)
(J 3841)

10.

Bowl bottom. Syria. 13 th Cent (J Bowl bottom. Persia. 13 th Cent.

/),^i'^"'"°'^'°™ (J Jb^y)

Sultanabad (Persia). 14th Cent.
14th Cent.

011^81)""™"'

'^"'^ '^'"Of or Syria.

2. Woven wallet worn on strap, from Tunis (Nefta) ^ (48:05) 4-8. 10. 12. Pattern on a woven counterpane ^ (13.29:312)

9. 11, 13.

Pattern

on

a

woven Berber

carpet '^

(12.70:251)

PLATE XXIX
The
panelling
is

PLATE XXXII
a (Islamic

in the Kaiser. Friedrich.Mc

Section). Berlin

All the originals of this Plate are in the

Hamburg

Ethnological

1-9.

of the panelling the building

from a private house in Aleppo in Syria. According to an inscription over the door
part, js

snows

The painted wainscot, of which

this

Plate

1.

Man's shoe. Tripolis and
8.

(13. 29: 109)
. :

2. 4. 7.

Part views of a bridle. (12

was

erected in Sep,

3

aM^h,;; a

i°''"."-°-Mohammedan Syrian

ences are noticeable. The builder of the house was a Christian. Hence the Christian motifs in the scenes depicted 2862)
(J

P^'"'" ^'' Probably V" Persian and Turkish influ,

(r70:ti2rnd°f33')
5.

148 1828) Leather cushion case. Pattern incised and ^^'"''"'' ('^^°^°"°>
:

Shppers. Morocco? (18. 21 22)

(63*0°57"

"''^" ^""^ °" ""^' ^""'' ^'^°'^"^

.

)

9.

10

Leather messenger's bag. Tunis (Ncfta) (49.05) Embroidered leather powdereflask. Tripohs
Pattern

(13.29:114)
1 1

on leather wallet. Moroccan ( 2 70
1
.

:

1

26)

12.

Woven

fans.

Biskra (Algiers) (51. 05)

Breeches of blue, white and red striped cotton embroidered in green. Haussa (IIIC 16419) and 7. Front view of two cotton silk embroidered women's shirts. Bomu (IIIC 15331 and 15330) 6. Part view of a woman's embroidered cloak.
3.

fabric

4

13 Embroidered hood worn by Bedouin children. Tripolis (13. 29:103)

Abyssinia (III

A 2192)

PLATE XXXVI

PLATE XXXIII
1. Pattern on a piece of cloth composed of red and blueswhitc strips sewn together and embroidered. Haussa (HI C 17072)

1.

2.

Leather cushion case. Hagar=Tuareg (13.29: 117) Leather butter bo.\ used by the Tuareg (Sahara)
10)

2

(2072:10) 3. Leather Tuareg butter box (461
4.

and 7. Men's caps from Bali (N.W. Cameroon) No. 2: cotton fabric embroidered with red and blue
7,

:

wool. No.

knitted cotton, with inserted blue

Part view of a Hagar<Turareg leather clothes bag(13. 29:194) 5. Tuareg leather butter box (2071 10) 6. Part view of a Tuareg leather saddle ( 1 7 1 2 1 7 and 9. Fabric. "King's Cover" used by the Tuareg and in Liberia (684 05) Sand 11. Part view of a leather pillow.case used by the Hagar^Tuareg (13.29:137)
: .
.

and red cloth pieces (IIIC 5512 and 24306) 3. Crocheted cap with animal patterns. Bagam

(N.W. Cameroon)
4. 8, 10.

(III

C236S0)

:

10. 12.

Tuareg leather butter.box (462 10) Tobacco<box, leather, Tuareg (11.1:1151)
:

on plush>like mats woven out of Bakuba (1 1 1 C 3124, 41 17, 4416) 5. Ornamentations on a sword sheath made of raffia strips: covered with pieces of cloth and sewn with cotton. Glass bead edgings. Bamum (N.W. Ca« meroon) (IIIC 25048b) 6. Man's Cotton cap. Bamendzing (N.W. Ca« meroon) (III C 25750)
Pattern
raffia

palm

leaves.

PLATE XXXIV
All the originals of this Plate are in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (African Section)
1.

9.

on

Pattern made of various coloured pieces of cloth a wallett from Old Calabar (III C 526)

PLATE XXXVII

Ridingfboot of multicoloured leather. Haussa
a)
1

(IIIC 16414
2.

Leather bag with coloured Haussa embroidery (IIIC 5549)

and 3.
6.

Woven

hats.

Darfur(III

A 1639 and 1638)
C
15362)

Djegga (Haussa) (IIIC 7096a) 4 and 6. Leather dagger sheath. Chad Lake coun« tries (IIIC 21427 and 21429) 5. Koran case. Niger (III C 27S0) 7. Leather letterscase with three divisions. Kaura (Samfara; Haussa) (III C 16751) 8. Part view of a leather bag. Haussa III C 6466) 9. Part view of an old leather case. Begharme (Haussa) (IIIC 15281b) 10 and 1 1 Part view of a saddlocloth trimmed with green leather. Purchased in Shagari (between Gandu and Sokoto Haussa) (I II C 1 5544 and 1 5545)
3.

Ridingiboot.

2.

Basket bowl. Bornu (Lake Chad) (III

Mecca caps. Probably imported. No. 4 from Wadai (Eastern Sudan), No. 6 Darfur. cf. PI. LX 10-12
4 and
5.

Dish

lid

with woollen

tassels.

Darfur

(III

A 1640)

8.

7and9. Basketplate. Darfur (III A 2407 and 835) Pattern on a straw mat. Lamu (Swahili) (III E 1617) 10 and 12. Abyssinian baskets (1 1 1 A 1028 and 1027)
II.

Basket with woollen

tassels.

Darfur(III A834)

.

;

PLATE XXXVIII

PLATE XXXV
All the otiginak of this Plate ate in the Berlin Ethnological Muscutn (African Section)
1. 1.

Woman's

small cap with frog pattern.

Bamum

(N
2.

Partviewof

2 and 5. pair of breeches. Abyssinia (III

Haussa tobe (III C 16423) Part views of a woman's hand embroidered
a

A

2186)

W', Cameroon) (III C 25085) Head. gear. Shuli (Upper NUe) (III 3. Man's cap with chameleon pattern. (IX B 333)

A 1105)
Bamum

4

Woman's
Pattern

loin.doth.

Bagamoyo. (Ger.E.Afnca.
All the originals

PLATE XL
on
this Plate are in the Berlin Ethnological

coast) (III
5.

E 4332) on woman's

loin-cloth.

Zulu(IlID 3337)

Museum

(African Section)

Apron with cowrie pendants. (N.Cameroon) (III C 24291)
6
7

Mundang
1

and 3

Masks representing Buffalo heads.
(III

Bottle with

chameleon stopper.

Bamum

(III

C

Cameroon
2

C

3752 and 3751)

Oar blade with the word "Batanga". Cameroon

20707)
8
Pattern on a belt.

Mombassa (Coast of

Brit.

(ill

C 2814)
12.

E.Africa)
9 and 11

(HIE

12409)

4

and

Men's combs. Wayao (Southern Ger-> E.Africa) (III E 3133 and 3136) women from the 10. Small apron worn bv married
forehead over the
12.

Cameroon
5.

Front and under side of an oarsblade. (III C 1941)

Oxihead mask. Cameroon (III C 22611) 6and8. Dance gear. Duala (III C32516and32517)
7

face.

Basuto (III

D

3.897)

and 9

(Southern
(III
14.

Apron for young girls. Makua and Muera German E.Africa) (III E6142a)

PI.

XLI

Parts of boat ornaments. 10 (III C 1924 c and i)
14.

Cameroon.

Of.

I3andl7. Pattern on a palm wine calabash.

Bamum

C

25933)

Front and under side of an oar.blade. Cameroon (III C 1660) II. Oar.blade. Duala (III C 30502)
10 and
13.

Tobaccopipestem. Bangwa (N.W.Cameroon) (III C 9814a)
15.

Calabash.

Cameroon

(III

C

1926)
in

Body

of calabash.

N.W. Cameroon

(III

C

15. Ornament of a helmet.Iike headgear carved bokuka wood. Cameroon (III C 3744)

21029a)
Loin ornament worn by Mangandsha women (Lake Nyassa) (III E 3228) 3335) 18. Girls loin.doth pattern. Zulu (III
16.

D

19.

Pattern

on dancing mask

(cloth).

Bangwa

(III
1.

C

21440)

20.

Apron

pattern. Basuto (III

D 3894)

War drum from
(III

(Pangwe)
2.

C

the village of 14487)

Alombo.

Jassa

Head with movable lower jaw. Old Calabar

PLATE XXXIX
All the gourds on this FUte are in the Bedin Ethnological
,

(III
3.

C

10487)

Mask with beard madeof grass blades. S.E.Bakuba

(Afti.

on)

(III

C 26361)

1.

Bowl

to store food.

Sugu. (French

W.

Africa)
(III

(III
2.

C 6179b) Carved calabash. Nupe (Lower Niger)

C

4. Head, top part of which forms the upper end of a door.jamb. From the village of Ntoko, Likuala Mossaka (French Congo) (III C 29973) 5.

28268)
3. 4.
5.

Doors. Akelle (OgovfcDistrict) (III

C

1649)
(III

Pumpkin bowl. Tchamba (Benue) (III C 11549) Pumpkin bowl. Probably CaIabar(IIIC26818b) Pumpkin bowl. Durru (North Cameroon)

6.

C
7.

Drinking vessel. 4572)

Bateke (Lower

Congo)

(III
6.
7.

C 22665)
vessel.

Pumpkin
Drinking
Vessel.

Calabash. Haussa (III
vessel.

8. 9.

Bamum C Bamum

(III

C 20721)
C
25293)

Clav pipe bowl, front view, in the shape of a long shieU. Uganda (III E 4192) 8. Water jar. Djen Benue (III C 15477)
9.

15121)
(III

House.door from the village of Lemba. Warn, bundu. (Lower Congo) (III C 4394)
10. Boot ornament. Duala (Cameroon). (Ill 1924g) Cf. PI. XL 7 and 9

Bamum

10.

Pumpkin

(Haussa work) (III C 25251) vessel. Lakka (N. Cameroon)

C

(III

C

30209)

11 and 14. Pumpkin bowls. Perhaps Lakka (III C 30203 and 30205) 12andI6. Bowlswithburntsindrawings. Adamaua (Middle Cameroon) (III C 19190 and 19191) 13. Calabash with butnt^in patterns. N. Aneola

Earthenware vessels, purpose unknown, encrusted with hens and mug.shaped bowls. Haussa (111 C 29869a and 29873)
11
12.

and

13. Terra cotta lamp supported hens. Keffi (Haussa States) (111
14.

by three guinea,

C

16325)

(III

C

^

Terra cotta lamp. Haussa (III

C

16719)

1872)

15.Calabash.Keaka(N.W.Cameroon)(IIIC20169a)

Terra cotta vessel for witchcraft and fumigating purposes. Djukum (Benue) (111 C 18456b)
15.

7.

Woven

wallet.

Basque Provinces (Spanish Prov.
inter*

Tht originals of Nos. 5, 9, U-13, 15-19 arc in the Art Colleclion of the Jewish Community in Berlin. The location of the other examples is noted below
I

ofGuipuzcoa) (13.60:23) 10 and 12. Pattern on counterpane made of

and

3.

From

a

parchment manuscript of the

woven linen fabric wads, thin cotton threads, and decorated with woollen threads. Porto (Portugal)
(13.64:71)

Haggadah in the Sarajevo Landesmuseum. Hiss Mork dating end 13th, beginning From MUller and v. Schlosscr, "Die HaggadahvonSarajevo" (Vienna 1898, Frontispiece and p. 21) 2, Heading of a parchment document (Kctubah) from Ancona, Italy. 1776. (Private Collection of Chief Rabbi Dr. M. Caster. London.) From Caster "The Ketubah. A Chapter from the History of the
panoslewish
14th Cent.

13. 14.

Plate.

Brazil

(VB

744)

Vessel. Peru

(VA 8958)

Jewish People" (1923) 4. From a parchment manuscript

and 18. Plate and small jug. Brazil (V B 390 and 391) 16 and 20. Faience plate. La Paz (Bolivia) (VA 2810a and b)
15

(St. Petersburg Library Ms 1153). North Africa, 15 th Cent. From Stassol.-Gunzburg "L'ornement hfbraique (Berhn

PLATE XLIV
All the originals of this plate are
in the German Ethnographical Museum. Bethn

1905).
5,

PI.

XX 2
and
1

view of a curtain before the sacred Ark of the Covenant presented 1764. From the Old Synagogue. Bcrhn 6and 10. From a parchment manuscript (St. Feterss burg Library Ms II II). Syria (?). 9th Cent. From Stassof.Gunzburg. op. cit.. PI.V4 and 8
9
1 5. 1

7

8.

Part

land3. Embroidered
2.

silk caps.

Hohnheim

(Alsace)

(VIVd529andVIVd34)
Silk cap embroidered with gold.

Frankenstein

district (Silesia)
4.

(V

I

e

338)

Pattern on silk embroidered cotton stomacher. Brietzig=Lettnin (Weizacker) district (Vic 515)

7. From a parchment manuscript (St. Petersburg Library Ms II 101). N. Africa. Middle 14th Cent. From StassofsGunzburg. op. cit.. PI. XIX 3

Gold clasp with silver filigree. Hanovarian Elb Marches (VII 421) 6. Pattern on embroidered stomacher. Werben
5.

8.

Parchment Miniature from a prayer=book. manuscript. 1272. in the Raschi Synagogue. Worms
11.

(Weizacker) (Vic 504)
9. Two gold embroidered stomachers. Viezt (V lie 7 and 8) Bead embroidered bridal stomacher. Lindhorst (Buckeburg) (VIII f 140a) 10. Corner of an embroidered stomacher. Hesse* Nassau (V I h 196)

7

and

12.

view of a painted phylactery ribbon, 1782 Part view of a painted phylactery ribbon from
Part

lande
8.

Segeberg. 1833
13.

Part view of a painted phylactery ribbon, 1746

14 and 20.

Sacred

Ark

Part view of a curtain in front of the of the Covenant dated 1689 from a
in Prague.

11.

Gold

clasp with silver filigree.
a cap*kerchief.

Altes Land

Synagogue

(VI 1338)
12.

16 and 19. Part view of an embroidered linen towel used on Sabbaths and festivals. 1781

Embroidery on

Lower Bavaria

(VIVall38)
13. Comer of an embroidered stomacher. Pyritz (Pomerania) (Vic 515)

PLATE
The
originals of

XLIII
12 ate in the

Nos. 1-5.

7. 9, 10.

Hamburg

Ethnological Museum. No. Collection (Berlin). Nos. 6. 8.
logical

Museum

U is in Herr Max Tilkes 13-20 in the Bethn Ethno. (South American Section)
Coimbra (Portugal)

PLATE XLV
1. Lid of a bandbox (chipswood) from Monchgut. Rugen (Vic 176) Lid of a bandbox from Tromltng (Province of

1

and

4.

Faience plates from
terra cotta jug;

(13.
2.

64: 175 and 174)

lower half unglazed. Porto (Portugal) (13.64:20) 3. Faience jug. Vallado (Poiiugal) (13.64:172) 5 and 9. Woollen aprons embroidered with chenille and gold tinsel. Salamanca (Spain) (15.65:40 and 41)
Glazed
6,8.17.19. Patterns on silk stockings. (VA 11265 a and b)

2.

Saxony). 1740
3.

(VIg

15)

Lid of a bandbox. North German. provenance (D.E.A.VIII 106)

Of doubtful

4 and 5. Flax swingles. Formerly given as lover's token. Monchgut. Rugen (V I c 125 and 126)
6.
I

Cuzco(Peru)

Back of waggonsseat. Altes Land (Province of

lanover).

(V 1

1

250)

9.

Jamund 7 Back of a "bridal chair" from of Koslin, Pomerania), 1837 (V I c 638) (toy) 8 Front view of a small chest.of.drawers 110) from Bavaria (V IVa «' 1811 ,R.3R (V fV I h 181) Hesse.N.ssau, 1898 1
Salt

(District

PLATE XLVII
All the originals of this PN

n Ethnographical
Bei

Museum.

box from
,

"Z

2,4, ^
belt.

(Hesse), 10 Back of a "bridal chair" from Schwalra 1837 (V 1 h 4) 11. Pattern on a Tyrolese cradle (V VI g 916)
12 and 14. Pattern onawooden box from Genderts heim (Alsace) (V IVd 341)
13.

Disidctof Heydekrug(V Ia91, 5 16,106.104,95,89) worr by women on a _. Embroidered bags worn District of Heydekrug (V la 39, 41, 42, 38) 11-12. Embroidered cap borders. DistrictofHeyde<
36, 120)

krug (Via 118,

PLATE XLVIII
^11 the Originals of this Plate are
i
I

clock. Black Forest

Board painted to imitate dial of a Black Forest (V IVc 599)

the

Hamburg Elhno*

logi"'
1.

M"''"

15 and 19 Furniture supports used as protection against floods, from Hindeloopen (Zuider Zee, Netherlands). 18th Cent. (VVIIe 162 and 161)

Wooden

vessel (butter<tub)

from Hardanger

(Norway) (13.58:18)
Part of wooden harness (saddle mounting; back piece for reins) from South Jiimtland (Sweden)
2.

16andl8. Part view ofa painted school box. Origin and age same as No. 15 (V Vile 69)
17 I/,

(15.34:4)

Door-oanel Irom uoor.panel from the bpreewam Snreewald rVI (.VI

f 1

783) /5^)

PLATE XLVI
lajs

4.

Wooden butter=tub from Hardanger (Norway). On handle the date: 1863 (13.58:20) Wooden box from Trondiem (Norway). On the
3.

box
t 5.

date: 1834

of

this Plate are in

Part

view of

(16.53:39) a mangle^board from Hardanger

(Norway) (13.58:24)

Woman's embroidered handsbag from Bjurs; Socken (Dalame, Sweden) (17.94 17) Embroidered sleeve facing edging from North Jamtland (Sweden) (15 36 393) 2. 4. 14. Plates from Sleswig^HoIstein. Kelling, 8. Part view of a chest from Hardanger (Norway) husen? (V I m 332, 276, 321) (13.58:27) 3. Plate from Silesia (Vie 147) Spinning! wheel board from West* Finland 05)'^ 5 and 7. North Frisian Plates from the district of (15.31: Wittbeck.Winnert.Ostenfeld (Vim 139 and 131) lOandll. Part w of child's stocking from North nd(Sw 6. Plates from Biel (Canton of Bern, Switzerland) ) (15.14:64) ^ (VVIk81) I ndl3. Part^ ofa carpet with the date 1886 West>Finland (1603:05) Sand 11. Plates from the Spreewald. No. 8 bears the mark of an anchor with an M. below: probably 14. Bridal glo North Jiimtland (Sweden) made in Frankfort.on.the Oder (V I f 210 and 246) (15.36:387)
6.
:

Plate fromj, (V Ic 717)
1.

und (District of Koslin, Pomerania)

7.

.

:

I

9.

Plate dated 1795,

Spreewald (V If 274)

PLATE XLIX
All the originals of this Plate are in the

10. Plate from Pomerania (Weizacker), but was perhaps manufactured in the district of Danzig

Hamburg Elhno.
I

(VIc577)
19
Plat.

A,t.A
nicl,

1-7Q0

(VI "242)

17^8 from

c

uLL Hirschberg
«A

valley

n
lb
16.

and 17

,_j

c

CVIh 202and
,\"^.H?? (,v IJ a 536)

„, s Marburg (Hesse)
L

Printed fabric pattern on Siryani, skirt (11 .45 128 and 11 .45 126) 3 and 4. Siryanian printed fabric pattern (11. 45: 241 i H v and II .45 243)
2.
: :
:

land

378)

""^ Salzburg district

(Upper Austria)
6.

d 7. Painted Siryanian bark box (11 .45 57) PatternofSiryanianprintedtable.-cloth(l 1.45:188)
:

Jug from Upper Bavaria (V IVa 932) '"" "' '""'"^''^ ('-""'"" :HvTf"l^"of" 19. Jug from the Salzburg district (Upper Austria) ""cnupperrtustna) (V IVa 534)

8 and 10.
Pattern

Pattern

on printed Siryanian

shirt

9.

SaThTTp^ may be of Finno< Hungarian

on n:rinted Bessermyanian shawl (Wjatka (1999:10). The Bessermyanians
origin, hut are

now

PLATE

L

4. 5.

AlhhcOTigin.ilsofthisPIaleartintheH.imburgEthnologi£jl

6.
1

Pattern on a towel or table centre Embroidered and printed cloth Centre pattern of a large embroidered

strip

of

and

3.

Cross<stitch pattern
:

on Pcrmyak
:

material
7. 8.

cap (3152
2.

07 and 3163

:

07)

4.

Mordvinian socks (2913 07) Sleeve patterns on linen Moksha<Mordvinian

Embroidered and printed cloth Pattern on a towel or table centre
Part view of a carpet

9.

shirt
5.

(Government of Pensa) (13. 188

:

11)

10.

Embroidered edge of a towel

Mordvinian cap (D 166) 6. Part view of embroidered Tchercmis woman's hood (Government of Kasan) (13.28:34) towel used by the 7. Part view of an embroidered Vyatkasof Glasov District(Govcrnment ofVyatka) (13.188:6) 8 Part view of a girl's apron (from the Island of Moon) (Esthonia) (19.39:6) Part view of a Tcheremis woman's head-dress 9. (Government of Kasan) (13 28 45) 10. Part view of Vyatka stomacher (13 188 3) Part view of embroidered edging of Vyatka 1 1 woman's sleeve (District of Glasov) (13.28:9) 12. Part view of a Vyatka stomacher (District of Sarapul) (13.28:8)
. :

PLATE

LIll

l.Money>boxfromBukowina(Rumania)(l 155:09)
Hucule "Plutzer". Kossow, Galicia (Polond) (12.11:25) 3. Plate from Bukowina (12.39:29) 4. Jug from Bukowina (1151 09) 5. Stove tile, Hucule. Kossow. Galicia (12.11 :45) 6. Slovak earthenware jug (Czecho* Slovakia) (1112:06) 7. Drinking flask, wood. Hermanstadt.Transylvania (Roumania) (1154:06) 8 and 9. Comer tile, Hucule. Kossow, Galicia (12.11 :46) 10. Jug, 1846, from Transylvania (14.123:154) 11. Hungarian drinking bottle (D119) 12. Hucule "Plutzer". Kossow. Galicia (12.11 :28) 13. Ring-shaped glazed terra cotta bottle from Budapest (16.14:1)
2.
:

.

:

PLATE
The
the
originals of

LI
1

Nos.

1

-4.

7, 8, 9.

1,

12,

H and

15 are in

Hamburg
5. 7,

Nos.

The originals of Ethnological Museum. 10 and 13 are the property of the Russun Trade Delegation in Berlin

and 5. Painted bark vessel from the Government Vologda (11. 31: 23) Painted bark basket from the Government of Vologda (11.31:16) 4. Painted basketfrom the Government of Archangel
I

of
2.

PLATE LIV

(856:10)
5.

Embroidered edging. Soviet Russia

6 and 8. Painted table-spoon from the Government of Archangel (831 a: 10)
7.

Brocade embroidery and velvet. Soviet Russia

Embroidered cloth. Russia (1576:09) Embroidered border. Soviet Russia and 14. Part views of embroidered cover. Russia (1578:09) 12and 15. Part views of embroidered cover. Russia (1574:09) 13. Embroidered border. Soviet Russia
9.

10.
II

I. Pattern on a woman's woven cap. Ciacova near Temesvar (Banat) (1330 06) 2 and 5. Front and back view of a soft leather waistcoat; embroidered and trimmed with pieces of leather. Klausenburg aransylvania) (1245:07) 3. Pattern on shepherd's apron; made of wool and
:

silver thread. Varadia nearVershetz(Banat) (1 128 :06)
4.

Ormental

cloth, cotton fabric. Birkis near Facset

(Banat) (1352:06)
6.

Woven

towel, cotton. Miercurea (Transylvania)

(1351 :06)
7. 9, 13.

PLATE

LII

sleeve.

Various embroidery patterns on a jacket Nitra (Czecho.Slovakia) (1060:06)

All the originals of this Plate are modem Ukrain in the possession of the Soviet Delegation in Berlin
1.

work from the
Russian Trade

8.

Embroidery edging. Trencin (Czecho-Slovakia)
:

(1064

06)

Patte:

I

an embroidered piUo
of a

2.
3.

Part
Patte.
I

woven

towel

an embroidered pillo

10. Pattern on upper part of a shirt-sleeve. Pressburg (Czecho-Slovakia) (1059:06) I I Pattern on an embroidered cap. Czecho-Slovakia (1052:06)
.

embroidered stomacher. Czecho12. Pattern on an slovakia (1069 06) embroidered apron. Morav.a an on Pattern 14 (Czecho-Slovakia) (1056 06)
: :

PLATE LV

(1.

18.28:28}

Bodice and neck part of woman's shirt I and 9. flB 1579 c) ^X'oman's cotton trousers embroidered 4 and 6 with silk and gold threads (I B 1580 B and A) lower part of bodice of woman's 5 and 8. Upper and shirt embroidered with gold and woollen threads shirt embroidered with 7. Bodice of a woman's woollen thread and hemmed with gold tinsel (I B 1579a-e) 10. Man'scap.wool. embroideredwith silk (I B 1 582) II Jew's cap, silk embroidered: worn on parting (I B 1599) Priest's cap, silk embroidered, with Arabic 12
characters
(I

PLATE

LXIII
1

Ihc

Hamburg Ethno.

1, 3,

10—12. Patterns on

a carpet
:

from the Governs

ment of Scmipalatinsk (561 06) 2 and 8. Patterns on a felt carpet made of camel. hair. The trimmings made of cotton fabric applied to surface, and hemmed with woollen tnread. Government of Scmipalatinsk (559 06) 4 and 9. Patterns on back and hem of a woman's
:

dress (Kirghiz) (424:06)
6.

Pattern

on Kirghiz

horse.cloth. Chain.stitch silk

embroidery. Government of Semipalatinsk (556:06)

B

1598)

PLATE LXIV
PLATE LXl
1. 1.

Pattern

on

a silk

embroidered linen
5338)

veil

from

Ornamental edging,

glass beads,

on woman's

chamois leather boot. "yaKuts (District of Yakutsk) (12.7:35) 2 Silk embroidery on a horse«cloth. Yakuts (District Yakutsk) (12.78:176)
3.

2 and
3
4.

Derwaz (Pamir Mountains) (1 B 7. Vide No. 1 (1 B 5332)
and
Pattern

mob
6.

5. Vide No. 1 (I B 5340) on a silk embroidered veil from Obi. (Kulyab and Derwaz frontier) (I B 5342) 1 (I

Yakut cloth
and
12.

belt

embroidered with pearls. Kazai<
(L. P.

cevskij (997:10)

Vide No.

B

5330)

4

Gilyak bark ornaments
a

K. 43 and

PLAIE LXV

L. P.
5.

K. 40)

Part

view of

6.

Leather mosaic. work glove
Part

Gold bark box (L. P.J. 24) worn by the Kazym.
1
.

Ostyaks (13.108:73)
7. 9, 11.

Pattern

view of a Gold painted tobacco.box
Swedish Lapps.
Northern

Turkoman women.
(1

on back of dress worn by the Achal.Tekke Silk embroidery on linen
.

A

357)

(L.P.J. 26)
8.

Man's stomacher.

Jamtland (15.16:34)

10 Fur horse rug with fabric mosaic pattern. Yakuts
(District of
1 3.

2,7-9, and 1 1 Pattern on back (2|. Pattern on buckle worn at back (7), sleeve patterns (8-9) and pattern on front (neck; No. 11) of a woman's wrap; Ach.il. Tekke Turkomans (I B1315)
3. Pattern on back of a shirt from Merv (I B 1901) Pattern on back (4) and front part of a 6. Achil.Tekkc woman's dress (lA 336)

Yakutsk) (12 78
.

:

177)

Yakuts

Leather glove, fur lining, with silk embroidery. (District of Yakutsk) (12 78 194)
.

4 and
5.

:

Pattern

on

a dress; in all probability

worn by

PLATE LXII

Achil.Tekke Turkoman women (I B 1131) 10. Front part of a Tckkc woman's dress from Goek.Tepe (lA 332)

I, 2, 3, 5. Whole and part views of a cloak made of carp skin. Gold. Ornaments made of dyed carp skin; applied to surface (L. P.J. 17)

PLATE LXVl
All the originals of this Plate are in Ihc Berlm Ethnologiial Museum (Indian Section)
1. Man's boot, velvet with silver embroidery. Bok. hara(IB2314) and 6. Hand stitched men's caps from Bokhara (I

worn by the Golds (15.11:87) 6. Birch.bark hat worn by the Gilyaks (A 1406) 7and 9. Crowns of Yakut women's caps (12.78:334
4.

Birch.bark hat

and
8.

12, 78: 333)

2

10, 12. Breast pocket and hem pattern of Gold woman's cloak (1558:09) II.

B

2466,

1

B

2469)
(I

3.

Carpet pattern; Tekke .Turkoman
(I

B2716)

Reindeer skin wallet (skin mosaic pattern),

4.

Velvet boot with gold and silver embroidery

Kazym.Ostyak (13.108:93)

from Bokhara

B 1895)

leather S and 7 Leather boot with 2308) from Kasan (Bokhara) (IB 2319, IB cloth from Bokhara 8 Part view of a woven saddle

applique

work

PLATE LXX

(I B 2392) Hand stitched 9 Pattern on hack of Bokhara coat. (I B 2779) (cross stitch). Thelining on PI. LXVIIl 4

1

Part

view of

a cover. Silk

embroidery on linen

(i

B

2653)
8.

10.

(cross stitch)

Embroidered patch in trousers. Silk embroidery on linen (Bokhara) (I B 2357)

Part views of a cover. Silk embroidery on silk (I B 2652) embroidery on linen 3 Part view of a cover. Silk
2 and

(IB

2689). Cf. PI.

LXXII2

PLATE LXVII
embroidered mens All Ihe originals of this Plate arc hand in the Bcrim caps; they were purchased in Bokhara, and are Ethnological Museum (Indian Section)
I.
I

4

(i

Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on silk 2659) embroidery on 5 and 9. Part views of cover. Silk

B

silk (I

B

2654)

B 2490

4.

I

B 2489

7.

I

B 2464

6
(i
7. (i

B B

Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen 2671) Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on silk

2657)

PLATE LXVIIl

PLATE LXXI
Bokhara
1.

1.

Pattern

on woman's woven
on
silk lining

silk shirt.

(I
2.

B

1788)

Part view of a cover. Silk

embroidery on linen

Pattern

of a dress.
silk
shirt.

Bokhara

(I

B 2669)
Part
Part

(I
3.

B 2778) B
Pattern on 2522)
a

2.

view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen

woman's

Bokhara

(I 3.

B 2658)
view of
view of
a cover.

(I
4.

Silk
Silk

embroidery on linen embroidery on linen

Pattern
(I

on

jacket lining (silk) (of PI.

LXVl

9)

(1 4.

B 2687)
Part
a cover.

Bokhara
5.

B

2779)

cf trousers. Bokhara
6. 9. 11
1

Pattern (slightly restored) on a (1 B 1787)

woman's
(I

pair

(I

B 2673)
B B
Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery 2666) Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery 2649). Cf. PI. LXIX6

5.

on linen

and
I

12.

Silk pattern.
I

Bokhara

B

2378,

(I

B

2375,

B
on

2373, and
silk coat

B

2379)
fabric.

6.
(I
7.

on on

linen linen

7.

Pattern

hning. Bokhara (IB 2780)

8 and 10. Pattern on half silk (I B 2365 b, I B 2365 c)

Samarkand

Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery (IB 2647). Cf PI. LXIX5, 7, 9
8.

Part

view of

a cover.

Silk

embroidery on linen

PLATE LXIX
All the originals on this Plale came from Bokhar; in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (Indian Sei
1.

9.

(IB 2645) Part view of

(I

Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery B 2650)
Part view of a cover. Silk

on linen

a cover. Silk embroidery on linen (IB 3616). Cf PI. LXIX8 10. Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen

(1

B 2644)
Part

2.
(I

embroidery on linen embroidery on linen embroidery on linen embroidery on

11.
(I

view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen

B B B

2676)

B

2688)
Part
Part

3. (I 4.
(I

Part Part

view of a cover. view of

Silk

12.
(I

view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen view of
a cover. Silk

2667)
a cover. Silk

B 2679)
embroidery on linen

13.
(I

2672)
(I

B 2642)

5. 7. 9.

linen
6. (I

Part views of a cover. Silk B 2647). Cf PI. LXXI 7

PLATE LXXII

B

Part views of a cover. Silk 2649). Cf PI. LXXI 6
3616).

embroidery on linen

8.
(I

Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery

B

on linen

Cf

PI.

LXX

19

Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on Bokhara (1 B 2664)
1.

linen.

> P.irt view of a cover. Silk emhroiderv on linen. Bokhara (I B 2689). Cf. PI. LXX3 Fartviewof a cover. Silk embroidery on linen. Bokhara (I B 2662) 4. Part view of a .small cover. Silk embroidery on silk. Qumtura (East Turkistan) (I B4321) 5 Part view of a woman's shirt. Silk embroidery on silk. Kutcha (East Turkistan) (I B 4286) 6. Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen. Bokhara (I B 2683) 7 Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen. Bokhara (I B 2691) 8 Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen. Bokhara (I B 2677) 9 Part view of a cover. Silk embroidery on linen. Bokhara (I B 2643)

4

and

7.

Front and back part ot an earthenware

torso representing

3

armour of the T'ang Period. Found in deep shaft in the middle of the great Kum.ariq stupa near Kutch.i, Sth-lOth Cent. (1 C8211)
5. Fresco fragment, dragon in sea. Caeiaeklik. 9th-10Cent. (IC8383)

Cave 19

6. 8.

Small painted

wooden

board.

Qumtura (I B 7280)

"Sassanian frieze", fresco on which a Sassanic fabric is copied. Qyzil, main building. Before 700 B. C. (without number)
9.

in the

Fresco pattern. Kirish, 1 st cave, gorge (without number)

left

side.entrance

PLATE LXXVI
Fresco Fragment. Qyzil right side of the Sailors'

PLATE LXXIII

I.

Cave (no number)
and 8. number)
2

Stucco relievo. Qumtura, Cave 13 (no
panel. Idiqut.Shaehri
a silk picture.
(I

Pattern on an embroidered pair of trousers from Yarkand (I B 4034)
1

woman's
(1

3.

4.

on a Remnant of
Pattern

B 4622 a)
(I

Chotsho

B6307)

2
I

and

5.

Dungan

belt wallet

from Turfan

B 3085,

5.

Pattern
(I

on on

a painted
a painted

B

wooden beam. Saengim

3080)
Patterns embroidered

gorge

B

7294)

3. 4. 11.

on women's trousers

from Toqsu near Kutcha (I B4267, 1 B4269, 1 B4310) Pattern embroidered on women's trousers from Kutcha (1 B 4292, 1 C 5698, IC5693, 1C5694) Embroidered towel from Kutcha (I C 4329) 9.
6, 7. 8, 10.

6. 7.

Pattern

door jamb. Idiqut Shaehri

Fabric fragment with appliqufi parchment ments. Tumchuq (I B 8066)
9.

oma^

Fragment of woven

silk fabric.

Two

stags in

medallion. Perhaps Iranic fabric. Chotsho, Ruin "K". Anterior to 10 th Cent. (I B 6203)
10. Fresco. Qj'zil, Tempel 3 (No. 47) II. Ornament of a ceiling fresco Idiqut«Shaehri, Temple "«" (1 B 4517) 12. Fresco in door arch of the corridor in Annex C.Q^yzil.Devil'sCave. Before 700 A. D. (IB8375b) 13. Pattern from background of the head of Maha.

PLATE LXXIV

1

and

4. (1

Turfan
2.

Dungan embroidered B 3076, B 3077)
I

belt wallet

from

Pattern

on embroidered woman's

shirt.

Kutcha

(I

B

5695)

kasyapa. Qyzil, cave over the great cave, .\nterior

5. Pattern on woman's trousers (embroidered) from Toqsu near Kutcha (I B 4266) 6 and 7. Pattern on woman's embroidered trousers from Turfan (I B 3099, I B 3098)

5 and

to700A. D. (IB8373a)

PLATE LXXVII
work on
Chotsho. Ruin "^"
remains. Q.yzil, bank ot the

8 and 10. Men's and (IB 3110, I B3111)

women's caps from Turfan
1.

Scroll

a fresco.

(I

PLATE LXXV

2.

B 6734) Wooden lid of box for crematory

great grave near entrance of the right brook gorge. Anterior to 700 A. D. (I
3.

B 7649 a)

Partem on a Buddhist silk from Baezaeklik (I B 6287)
1.

picture. Said to

come

2.
3.

Fresco fragment (without
Pattern

number)

corridor,

on a mural painting, back wall of the Temple 9, Baezaeklik (1 B 6885)

Embroidery on corded silk. Chotsho (1 B 6254) 4 and 6. Pattern on painted wooden doorijambs. Idiqut.Shaehri (I B 4435 e and 4440c) 5. Fresco. Qyzil. side wall of the Red Dome Cave (no number) 7. Fresco. Qyzil, Foot 'Washer's Cave (No. 17)

.

8
9.

Fresco. Sitting

Buddha, Baezaeklik, Cave

I'-l

PLATE LXXXI
ntcd earthen ware po.s from
are in the Berlin Ethnological

9th-12th Cent. (IB 8382)
Fresco. Pattern

Museum

on

Ciyzil,

Maya

Cave,

coffin of a Buddha cremat.on. 2nd budding (No. 14)
1

(Indian Section)

PLATE LXXVIII
Ethnological Pl.te are in the Berlin All .he original, of .his jvluscum (Indian Section)
1 B4389) and 3. Glazed plates from Kutcha(I B4390, Glaced pot from Kuria (I B427I) (I C 5923, Multan 4 and 6. Glazed dishes from 1

2
3'
4.'

IC14984 1C14985

5.

I I I

C

6.
7.

C
C

IC IC

14986 14998

8.

IC

8170 14992 14978 14974

9.

I
1

C14973

10.
11. 12.

C

14995

IC16968 1C14996

PLATE LXXXIl
Atl the orisinals of this Plate are
as

2

modem

masks from Ceylon,
Ettmo.

used in fhe

are in the Berlin logical ivluscum (Indian Section)
(I

Colam Dance. They

I

C
C

5922)

Faizabad (I B 3127) 5. Glazed pot from Peshawar (I 7 and 9. Glazed dishes from
I

13
C
5976,

5

6.

The "Second King's" mask
I

C 14878, C
14875)

IC
2.

14884,

C

10030,

I

C

14881)
(I

Part

view of the "First King's" mask
Devil's

5974)
4

8 Glazed vessel from Multan (I C 5901) B 4387 b 10 and 12. Glazed plates from Kutcha (I and a) Glazed drinking bowl from Faizabad (I B 4247) 1 1
.

The Jewel Heap
(I

mask

(Ratnakiltaraksj

haya)
7.

C

10036)

8. 9.

Back view of the"First Queen's" mask (I C 16960) "Nagaradsha's" mask (IC1492I) Back view of the "Queen's" mask (I C 10029)

PLATE LXXIX

PLATE LXXXIII

1, 2,

4-6,

8. Silk

embroidered braid (mostly broad
1.

stitch),

3. 7, II.

silk jacket

No Nell hem

from Bombay (1 C 26386) Part views of an embroidered (chain stitch) worn by Parsi women; from Bombay. 3 pattern on front. No. 7 below neck opening,
(1

Part view of a sarung.

East Java

(I

C 34200)

2.

Part view of a "Kain pandjang" (open jacket). Garut, West Java (1 C 34208)
3
(I

Part

view of

a silk Pelang cloth.

Central Java

CI 5774)
silver

C 34256)

9, 10, 13, 14.

Gold and

embroidered braid

for trousers;
12.

Bombay

(I

C 5345a— f)
Bombay (I C 26385)

Part views of a sarung with representations of Wayang. Chinese work. Diokiokarto (Central
4, 5, 8.
(1 C34168) 6. Part view of a stendang. Diokiokarto, Central Java (IC 34214) 7. Part view of kain pandjang batiked with tjab. Garut, West Java (1 C 34206) 9. Part view ofa kain pandjang, Gombang, Central Java (I C 34169) 10. Part view of a stendang. Java (I C 34138)

Front part ofa girl's jacket;

Java)

PLATE LXXX

1.

2. 3.

Pattern on a Khamti bag (I C 29087) Hem braid of a Fakial woman's wrap (I C 29133)

Asam prince's gold embroidered crown(IC35775)

4.

Pattern on woman's woven upper dress worn by the Luchai (mountain tribe of the Chittagong
(I

1 (I

1

Part view of a sarung.

Lassem, Central Java
(I

C 34198)
view ofa sarung. Preanger, Java

district)
5.

C

13176)

12. Part

C 37443)

the
(I

Pattern on the lower hem of a jacket Khasis. Chain stitch embroidery C 16199)
10.
slit

worn by on wool
All the batik

PLATE LXXXIV
work oi Mu:
a kain pandjang.

6 and
front
7.

Khasi poncho. No. 6 breast flap. No. 10 and lower hem (I C 28777) Woven pattern on a silk dress. Woven in Asam

1.

Part

view of

Central Java

(IC 34221)
Sarung braiding, Lassem, Central Java (I C 34220) 3. Part view ofa kain pandjang with representations of Wayang. Said to be Malang. East Java (1 C34188) 4 and 5. Part views of a sarung. Chinese work. Diokiokarto, Central Java (I C 34204)
2.

for the Khasis
8.

(IC 28791)
poncho
(I

Lower hem

pattern of a Khasi

C 28775)

9 and II. Patterns on sleeves worn by Lepcha warriors. Woollen fabric; cross pattern dyed (I 33879, I 33841)

C

C

6 Part view of a sarune. Chinese work? Lassem, Central Java (I C 34180) 7 Part view of a man's head wrap. Malang, East Java (I C 34216) 8 Part view of a kain pandjang. Gacut, West<Java
(i
9.

and 7. Patterns on two woven jackets. Probably from N.W. Borneo (1 C 817 and 819)
5
6.

Basket used in
10.

rice

planting.

N.W. Borneo
(I

(1C811)
8 and
9.

Plaited caps.

N.W. Borneo

C

23078

C 34207)
Partviewofasarung. Batavia, Java
(I

C34190)

Painted

wooden frame used
(1

PLATE LXXXV
from Bali and art in ihc All the originals of this Pble come (Indian Section) Berlin Ethnological Museum
1

poses.

Borneo

C

for sacrificial pur<

23057)

PLATE LXXXVIII
All the originals of this Plate arc in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (Indian Section)
1. Man's hat from Halmahera (I 8884) 2. Gala hat worn by Alfur chieftain from Tobuneku (Celebes) (1 C 22985)

and

(I
2. 4.

C

Decoration on a Krishna altar socle 3. 31815) Decoration on a wooden figure (I C 31822) Socle for a female figure (1 C 29356 a)

C

5

and S

Edge and
(1

side decorations
lid (I

on

a musical

3. 4.

instrument
6.

C 9559)
C
29775)
pillar

Hat from Sumatra (I C 9674) Lid of a basket worn slung over shoulders

Painted

wooden

PI.
5.

LXXXIX
37624.
1

(Cf.

9)

from Flores
27663c,
E.
1

(I

C

18059)

7

and 13 Socle and
Carving
(I

of a Vishnu figure carried

7

byGaruda(IC31814bandc)
9.

(I

C

and 9. Salvers from Macassar and Boni, Celebes

C

C

27663b)
(1

C 29728)
a

6. 8.

Basket

lid

from N.

Timor

C

21328)

10
(I
11.

Model of

cremation chest for a Kshatriya

C 31824)
Model of
Carving
(I

Narrow side ofa (IC 12113)
10. Pattern

clothes chest from

Halmahera

a

cremation chest for a Vaishya
3)2)

on an Alfur hat from Tobungku (Cele.
(I

(I

C 31825) C
PLATE LXXXVI

bes)
11. 12.
(I

(1

C

22988)

12.

Basket lid from Flores
Pattern

C

18571)

on
b)

a bag«like wallet

from Malacca

C

27790

Nos. 1-7, 9. Ethnological Museum. Nos. 8.

The

originals of

11.
10.

15-18 are in the Hamburg 12-1 4 in the Berlin Elhno.

PLATE LXXXIX
All the originals of this plate are in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (Indian Section)
1,

logical
1

Museum

(Indian Section)

and
and

1

8.

Pattern Pattern

on woven material. Island of Rotti
on man's woven
belt.

(21.135:99)
2
4.

3

and

4.
I

Island of

(1

C
C

8876,

C

Part view of mats from 12069, 1 C 12049)

Halmahera

Sumba (A 4044)
3 and 6. Pattern on man's loin cloth. crab pattern. Sumba (12 110: 3)
.

2.

On

No. 6

5. (1

Gala hat from Temati (I C 9284) Box made of sago palm^leaf stalks from Gorong
9296)
fire

and 7 and
5

11.
9.

Pattern on
Patterns

woven

material.

on

a shirt

Sumba garment. Sumba
Sumba

6.
7.
(I

Pattern on a

fan from

Halmahera (I

C 24165)

(A 4041)
8 and
(I
10, 12, 14.

Basket from Flores, C 18063)

worn slung from shoulder

Pattern

on old on

Ikat fabric.

8. 9.

WaUet from

East

C 39472)
13.

Flores basket

Timor (I C 21333) worn slung from shoulder (Cf
(I

Pattern

Ikat

fabric.

Sumba

PI.

LXXXVIII 4)

C

18059)

(I

C 33609)
on Batak woven material. Sumatra 1705:06)
Pattern on a skirt.

15 and 17. Pattern

PLATE XC
All the mats used fo sit on arc from the Aru Islands and are in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (Indian Section)
1.
I
I I 1 I

(A 3735 and
16.

Sumba

(12. 110: 5)
2.
3.

PLATE LXXXVII

C C
C

4.
5. 1,

3

and

4.

Djak

shields.

Borneo

(I

C 31405,
(I

31645,

6. 7.

I I 1

12271)
2.

Inner side of a shield. East Borneo

C 7248)

8.

C C C C C

40907 40781 40764 40821 40795 40734 40700 40752

9.

I
1

10. 11. 12.

C C
C

I
1

13.
14. 15.

I
I I

16.

I

C C C C C

40798 40816 40713 40947 40698 40785 40803 40686

17.
18.

I

I 1
1 I

19.

20. 21. 22.
23.

C C C C C
C

I I
I

24.

C C

40782 40715 40912 40771 40719 40801 40718 40736

PLATE XCI
All the orisinals of this Plait are in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (Indian Section)
1.

9—11. Pattern on woman's
(1

jacket,

from Taiimau

D 32403,

32400, 32402)

2. (I
3.

Model of a Batak house, Sumatra (I C 13708) Model of a rice house. Celebes (Toradja Land)

and 13. Pattern on woman's apron and jacket from Dua,bo=sui (I D 32370, 32405)
12

PLATE XCIV
All the originals on this Plate ate in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (Indian Section) and come from Siam. Date and origin not determined, but no China factories have existed in Siam for the last fifty years

C

38476)
(1

Bird.cage from Bonerate

C

17615)
(I

4 and 7. Toba carvings from Sumatra I C 37464)
5.

C

37465,

Model of

6.

Sumatra (I C Carving on a boat. Sulu Islands

Batak house. 25741)
a

Pangulu dwelling.
(I

C 26776)

PLATE XCII
All the originals of this Plate are in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (Indian Section)
1.

Pattern

on

side of a boat

model from Formosa

(I

C

31905)
(I

2.

Roof ornaments on Kings' houses. Faloppo

(Celebes)
3. 4.

C 38909)

Drapery (weaving gear) from Bonerat (I C 1 7574) Pattern on small betehnut box from Bali (I C

Lid of a box. Enamelled copper (I China vessel (I C 39387) China plate with foot (I C 29406) 4. China bowl (I C 39364) 5. China vessel (I C 39388) 6. China bowl (I C 37835) 7. China plate with foot (1 C 37772) 8. China vessel (I C 37847) 9. China plate with foot (I C 39452) 10. China bowl (1 C 39373) U. China box (1 C 37872) 12. China bowl (I C 37850)
1.

C 35361b)

2.
3.

PLATE XCV
All the originals of this Plate are in the Berlin Ethnological (East As.atic Section) and come from China. They belong(particularly Nos 7and I2)to Lamaesque culture.

29774)
Insignia of nobihty (Celebes) (I 38889)
5.

on house=top.

Paloppo

Museum

C

Mast>head from the Sulu Islands (I and 10. Hats worn when invoking from Celebes (I C 38496 b and a)
6.

C 26768)
rice spirits,
(I

and exact origin not determined

Date

7

D

j°3^?™'"°''^''''y

°" >" "ornamental pendant"

8.

(1C3S443)
9.

Leather shield from Celebes (Toradia Land) '

1};^^^'?}"°''^^'^ n (1 U 10261)
(I

°" ^" "ornamental pendant"

Painted bridge board (pattern somewhat restored). Celebes (Toradja Land) (1 C 38503)
11. Decoration on an old musical instrument from Boni (Celebes) (I C 37625)

^r^'S:2:,^'^^'°''^"y °"3n "ornamental pendant"

U 7636)

7.

Pendants on a hand

drum

16366^1*

^'^^

'P*'"'^"'")

(I 10424) °f ^ priest's collar

D

(I

D

12.
13.

Rice harvest knife from Borneo (1 C 803) Boat decoration from Gorong (I 22169)

C

PLATE XCVI
All the originals of this Plate are in the Berlin Ethnological Museuin (East Asiatic Sect.on) and come 6om China. They belong (particularly No. 2) to Umaesque culture. Age and exact origin not determined

,'rV

,??oL?"°"''°" f™"

"'^

Kisser

Islands

PLATE XCIII
AU
Museum
the originals of this Plate are in the Berlin Ethnological

a
2. 4.

D'24b25')^"""

°"

"^"^^

'^°™
(I

'"

"""^

''''""'

(East Asiafc Section) and

come from

Hainan (China)

the Islan^d o

Part of a sacrificial

bowl

D

10386 b)

°" '^°"^"
(I D^3*2*353)

'

'''"

^'""^ '^"^''•> = S"'

Knife and fork holder (I D 24171) 5-7. Pattern on piece of silk brocade temple

(.D''32'3'48r^:,%"3^2T''''^3, 5. 7.

^™

°"-''--'

flag (5 metres long) Cf. PI.

column
241S5)

XCVII

2

{I

D

4.

6.
8.

women's jackets (I D 32405) Pattern on apron. From Fa.nam<moi (I D 32367) Pattern on apron. From Tai=mau (I D 32371) Pattern on apron. From Mo>seng (I D 32365)

Patterns on

PLATE XCVII
Mi«um°(i«?'LiI,*'l ^l"\"'

? ""

=c"''"

Ethnological

ana exact place of origin undetermined
1.

Lamaesque

altar-cloth

(I

D 24138)

brocade flag. Rock in sea with it: clouds overhead. Cf. 24185) 16381) 3. Pattern on handsmade carpet (I 4. The mystic prayer formula "om mani padmc hum" in shape of a monogram. Koll picture (I D 24143) 5. SaddIe=cloth (ID 24179)
2.

Pattern

on

silk

waves
PI.

breaking

on

17. China bowl from King.tc!tchcn, Mark of the EmperorTcheng.tc, 1506-1521. AfterZimmermann

XCVI 5-7 (ID

op. cit.

PI. 48.

top

D

19 and 20. Small china bowls from King.tc.tchen.

After

Mark of the Emperor Yung.Tcheng (1723-1735). Zimmermann. op. cit 131. top and 132. top

PLATE C
All the originals of this Plate are in the Berlin Ethnological Museum {East Asiatic Section) and come from China. Date and place of origin undetermined
1

6.

Saddle.cloth

(I

D

16379)

PLATE XCVIII
The
originals of

Nos.

1. 2. 6. 7,

9 arc

in Ihc

Hamburg Ethno.

and

3.

Part views of embroidery

on

silk

ribbon

logical

Museum. Nos. 3-5 and 8

in the Berlin Ethnological

(ID 31804")
2. Embroidered viceroy's collar: not yet cut out. (Wang=ye) (I D 10260) 4. Part view of embroidery on silk ribbon (I D

Museum
1,

(East Asiatic Section). Dales and ongm of the originals arc not yet all determined

2 and 6. Pattern

on a Chinese handtmade carpet on a Chinese
roll

(4444:07)
3
(i
4.
5. (I

31799')
picture
5.

Carpet pattern D 23683)

Embroidered

silk

cover

(I

D

2135)

6.

Same

24379) Chinese hand.made carpet (I Carpet pattern on a Chinese roll

D

7.

as No. 4 (I D 31804) Embroidered pectoral worn by military
(I

officials

picture
carpet

(Bear Class)
8.

D

12928)
forcivil servants(l

D 23685)
and
:

Embroidered pectoral

D 5577)

7

9.

Patterns

on Chinese handimade
roll

(4486 07)
8.
(I

PLATE CI
pattern
picturi
All ihc originals of this Plate ate in the Berlin Ethnological Museum (East Asiatic Section) and come from China. Date and details of place of origin undetermined
1

Carpet

D 23684)
PLATE XCIX

and

3.

TheoriginaUof Nos.l-5.9.1I-13.1S-20are in the Dresden China Collection. Nos. 6 and 8 are private property in Frank* fort.on.the.Main. No.7isin the Berlin Ethnological Museum (East Asiatic Section), Nos, 10 and 14 in the Arts and Crafu

(I

D
1

Embroidered dragon patterns on

a dress

1803)
2.

2. 6.

4.
5.

Museum.
1. 5,

Berlin Castle

Embroidered patterns on a dress (I D 1804) Embroidery on silk ribbon (I D 31804')

n.

12, 15, 16, 18.

China from King=le

tchen.

K'ang.Hi (1662-1722). After photographs taken E. Zimmermann in "Chinesische Porzellan" (2nd ed., Leipzig, 1923), PI, 115 right, bottom 79, 116, 106 right, 80, 115 right, top, 118 bottom

by

Same as No. 4 (I D 31802 Same as No. 4 (ID 31804") Same as No. 4 (I D 31802') 9. Same as No, 4(1 D 31799') 10. Same as No. 4 (I D 31799^)
7. 8.

mann. op.

2. \'ase made of stoneware*like material. From Ts'e=tchou>yao? Ming(1368-1643). After Zimmer= cit.. PI. 16 top, middle

11.

Embroidered pattern on a theatre cloak

(I

D

13108)
13.
14.

3. Small china pot. From Ts'e«tchou«yao? Sung? (960-1279). After Zimmermann, op. cit., PI. 22, top

Same Same

as

as

No. 4 No. 4

(I (I

D 31799 T D 31799
CI!

<)

China from King;te>tchen. Mark of the Emperor Kia<Tsing (1522-1566). After Zimmcr< mann, op. cit., PI. 56, top, and 55, right 6 and 8. China urns. From Tse.tchou=yao. Sung (960-1279). Photographs after Robert Schmidt, "Chinesische Keramik" (Frankfortionithe^Main, 1923). PI. 20. Fig. 131 and 130 7. Bronze vase (cloisonne technique). Japan (I D
4 and
9.

PLATE
AU
Museum
1,

the originals of this Plate are in the Beriin Ethnological (East Asiatic Section) and come from Japan. Date and place of origin not designated

Part of

embroidery on blue

fabric

(I

D

27421)

2.
(I

Embroidery, turtle on waves: on a theatre costume

D

27417)

26736)
10, 13. 14.

China from King.testchen. Kien Lung

3, Imperial arms on an imperial presentation cover given at the Cherry Blossom Festival (I D 27789)

(1736-1795). After left, right, 144 top

Zimmermann,

op. cit, PI. 145

4.

Cf.

Paolomnia twig on sash of an imperial PLCIII.9(I D 27790)

princess.

winter Heraldic pattern on the 5 of fashion (1 D 5967)
6
7. (i

hood

of a lady
(I

o

,„rl

1(1

Shells used

and

8,

Embroidery on

a theatre

costume

U

Embroidery on

a presentation

piece of cloth

Roebuck used as necklace. (3274 07 and 3362:07) North of gear. 9 Wooden dancing Range (Ilpara) (14.50:50)
1

to cover privy parts or Bay (N.W. Australia)

MacDonald

D 27422)
PLATE

3

and

14

Examples of native drawings on paper.
(VI 2304)

Victoria (VI 25159)

cm
D 26809)
crysanthcmum
priest's

15

Australia Shield. (Queensland,

are in ihe Berlin Ethnological All the originals of this Pl.te Dates Museum (last Asiatic Section) and come from Japan. and places of origin undetermined
1.

PLATE CVl
All the originals, with the 7"P"°P ?' j;°\. (Oceanic Section), Berlin Ethnological Museum Museum the Bremen Ethnological
1

the
1

)

Pattern of priest's silk cloak (I Brocade fabric with imperial
(I

No 6 No. 6i

pattern
3

D 27418)
cloak

8

10.

Brocade fabric patterns on

(ID

27411)

26807) 4. Silk lining of a fireman's cloak (1 interwoven with 5 and 7. Patterns on a piece of silk 27788) gold thread. Buddhist abbot's wrap (1

D

2

Admiralty and 4 Calabash vessel from the 1 Islands (VI 6421 and 33193a) food bowl with mother of pearl inlay,

Wooden

D

6.

Pattern

on a

priest's

brocade cloak

(1

D 27414)

9

Phoeni.t pattern

princess. Cf. PI.

on the sash of an C11,4(1D27790)

imperial

from the Solomon Islands (VI 32737) from the Empress 3 and 6. Earthenware vessels Augusta River (Mosso and Timbunke, (jerman New Guinea). 3 (VI 38651). 6 after photograph by 1923, E V Sydow"KunstderNaturv6lker (Berlin,
PI. 177).

5

(Bremen S. 89) Calabash vessel ornamented with pokers work,

PLATE CIV
colleclion offered All the originals of thisPlate are in a private Museum. All the items for sale to the Hamburg Ethnological Ainos ate a tribe hving are natt views of Aino garments. The

kaniet (VI 17344)
7. Food bowl with handle. Santa Cru; (VI 25858) Calabash vessel. Luf (VI 17390) 9andll. Cocoa.nut vessel. Taui. Admiralty Islands (VI 24508a and 17961) H (not yet Ne 10. Cocoa>nut vessel.

8.

Unknown in ife south of SaghaRn and in Yesso Oapan). superprovenance The ornaments ate cut out of fabric and material imposed on the groundwork r-t-i---^ .- . Jn .* '^^'^^l^l^'J^'y^f^J^ „ . . .^.^rA mn s of elm bast, in that of the E garments this
sofc
1, 2, 6, 7,

inventoried)

3
4.

and

5.

Lower hem of garments Decoration on nape piece
on middle of back
Pattern

PLATE CVII

Hem

of breast piece
1.

8 and 10. Decorations
9.

on outside of a large war canoe. Agomes

Sleeve patterns?

(VI 23116)
2.

Wooden

PLATE CV
The
originals of
logical

3. 6, 7.

slab. Admiralty Islands (VI 30248) Ornaments on oarsblade. Solomon Islands

1-12 and 16 Museum, Nos. 13-15

Museum
1.

are in the Hamburg Ethno< in the Berlin Ethnological (Oceanic Section)

(VI 1876)
4 and 23. 13615)
5.

Canoe ornamentation. Rubiana(VI 13611,

Shield.

MacDonald
16.

Range.

Ilpara

tribe

(14.50:119)
Incised drawings on bottle>tree fruit. N.W. Australia. 2 and 5 are the front and back partsof fruit (932:06). 3.(929:06). 12.(930:06). 16 from Kimberley (3495:07)
2, 3, 5,

Fish pattern on a wooden slab with masks. Ireland. Cf. PI. CVIII 3 (VI 2814)
Pectoral shield,

New

12

and

8.

wood. Admiralty Islands fVl

16941)
9.

4. 6.

Painted

wooden

belt.

Port

Darwin (3484

:

07)

Shield. Australia (E 2484)

7 and 11. Pattern on wooden dance headsgear. 7 from Jim Cumming's Camp near Owen Spring Hill (Aranda). 11 from Yloarta near Owen Spring Hill (Aranda) (14 50 49 and 14 50 40)
. : .

:

Dance board. New Ireland (VI 2821) Dance gear. Mioko (\'I 12382) and 12. Dance boards. Buin (VI 28019, 28018) 13. Painting on bark fabric. New Guinea, Empress Augusta River (not yet inventoried) 14. Canoe or house decorations. Alu (VI 14034) 15. Pattern on a dance club. Santa Cru: (VI 13225)
10.

11

3

16
17,

Canoe ornamentation. 18 (Vi 39911) 19 Top part of a wooden gala axe.
(\'l

and 25. Shields. New Britain (VI 17989, 16363) Club oar. Solomon Islands (VI 4169) New Mecklenburg

9.

Pattern on bark Pomcrania (4494') Pattern

fabric.

Cape Beeckey,

New

10. 11.

on on on

cloth. Fiji Islands (E 286)

New

Pattern on a

Tapa

cloth.

Samoa

(E 1285)

Britain
12. 13.

4121)

Pattern

a T,ipa cloth. Fiji Islands (E 287) a

20.
21.

22. 24.

Canoe ornament. Lamassa (VI 23727a) Canoe ornamentation. Fauro (VI 12092) Canoe ornamentation. New Britain (VI 15314) Pattern on a dug*out ornament. Waira (VI

Pattern

Tapa cloak Tahiti

(17.

89:7)

PLATE CXI
The
originals

of Nos. 1-21 are

23674 b)

Museum (North American

in the Berlin Ethnological in the

Section). Nos. 22-24 are Linden Museum. Stuttgart

PLATE CVIII

and 4. Ahtena (Copper River) basket and (IV A 6463)
1

lid

1.

Carving.

New

2.

Ireland (\T 28028)
fabric.

Two=headed snake
in dances.

(Sisiutl).

wood. Worn over

stomach
3.

Kwakiutl

2.

Mask made of Tapa
Board with mask.
Darving.

(IVA 6891)
181
1

Baining fVl 38032)

3
4.

New

Basket. Tlingit

Ireland. Cf.
113)

P1.CVII5

(IVA

1042)

(VI 2814)

5and7. Women's
6.

hats,

Nootka (IVA

and 1814)

New
mask.

Ireland (VI

1

5.
6. 7.

Wooden
Dance

cap,

New Ireland (VT 23464) bast. New Hanover (VI 15129)

Wooden mask representing the sun (or moon) enclosed in a box. Bilchula (IV 6775)

A

8.

Dance

rattle

representing the

Old Wolf robbing

a brated chief
(\'I

Head of

wooden figure from grave of a cele* Removed from grave in 1845. New

a man. Further the Thunder God chieftain. Nootka (IV .-\ 1203)
9.

who

favoured

a

Zealand
8. 9.

11742)

Dance board.
Mask.

New

Ireland (VI 2818)

Raven kettle. Man with bird and frog on back. Nootka (IV A 1369)
10.

his

New

Ireland (VI 1265)

Model of

a boat. Tlingit

(IV

A 407)
Haida (IV B 45

10.
11.

Dance hat. New Hebrides (VI 2179) Board with mask. New Ireland (VI 2823)

11. Model of a totem pole. Ancestor and totem animal one above the other. Bilchula (IV A 6760)

PLATE CIX
(2914:09)

12 and 15. Painted and 41)
1

oar. Tlingit or

and

14.

Narrow and long side of a chest decorated

with picture of falcon. Haida (IV
l-IO, 12-18, 20-27. Ornaments on the rafters
11.

A 516)

View of

inside of

door leading

to frontshall

of a totem pole. Below: beaver, then and marine monster. Top; a slave of the chief. Haida (IVA 1426)
16.

Model

bear,

19. Ornament on the outside of the window looking on the frontshall

17.

Head ornament

with badge of rank.

(dance hat) in shape of beaver Worn at potlach feast. Tsim«

PLATE CX
All the bark fibrits on thii Plate ate in (he

shian(IVA2327)
Hamburg
18.
19.

Dance mask.

Tlingit or

Haida (IV A 637)
tails.

Ethnological
1.

Museum
loinscloth.

Hat with badge of rank and ermine

Haida

2.

on Pattern on
Pattern Pattern
Pattern

a cloth

from Samoa (E 499)
Fiji

(IV
Islands
20.
21.

A 800)
Dance mask.
Tlingit

a

woman's

(IV A 352)

(E 308)
3.

4.
5.

6. 7. 8.

on a Tapa cloth from Samoa (E 498) on a cloth from Samoa (887 06) Pattern on a cloth from Samoa (530:08) Pattern on a Tapa cloth from Samoa (E 3673) Same as No. 6 (E 1 176)
:

Front part of a chiefs head ornament inlaid with halioti mussel* shells depicting a sea « gull.

Heiltsuk(IV.\480a)
22.

Cedar

bast

Tlingit (no
23.

mat with painted marine monster. number)

Pattern

on bark

fabric. Peleo (Pleasant Island)

goat's hair with interwoven patterns. Tlingit (Chilkat) (no number)
24.

Dance wrap made of mountain
Pattern on a bast

(61111)

mat

(Tlingit) (no

number)

PLATE CXII

f

Main

(Crow

oiece of a woman's 48734) Itidians) (I

saddle bag. Apsarokh

C

1

and

5.

Patterns on a woollen cloth.

Navajo.

w,thbead=work. Dakota (I C 40370) 6 Knife sheath sheath. Flat porcupine quill 7 Upper part of knife Mandan (I C 36114)
ornVtSents"^

Modern
2

(4465S and 44658a)

8
(i

Pattern on a priest's
7

dance apron embroidered

C

bead<work. Sole of'Spirit shoe" with 40340)
a quiver.

Cheyenne
(relief)

with wool, Pueblo.
•?

Modem
Wool wound over

porcupine qu.lls 9 Rosette made of dyed

17

Baskets

feathers
4.

Porno

partly decorated with small Modern (IV B 7296. 7269. 11943)

on
10

Mandan

(I

C

12573)

Pattern

on

a bracelet.
(1

leather

dians)

Part of a blanket strip. 50467) (I

Apsaroka (Crow

In=

C

strips.

Hopi. Modern
blanket.

C

50454)

Wedding Modern (1 C
6

Wool embroidery.

Hopi.

strip. Beadswork, 11 Part of a blanket Collection) (Biackfeel) (Schreyvogel

Siksika.

50435)

12.

Large

rosette.

Flatporcupinequillembroidery.

Painted dance boards. women in October. Hopi.

8

10

Worn

at feasts

by

Minitari (Hidatsa)
13.

Modern (IV B 4999
14

Part of strip of leggings,

Dakota (Sioux)

(I

C

and 5000)
9
11.
1

50483)
pattern. Painted untanned hide shield with sun Apache (I C 44654)

Painted

china.

wooden doll representing HemissKat; Hopi. Modern (IV B 2292)

Woven woollen
(I

7

belt. Hopi. Modem (1 C 40200) Dance apron with woollen embroidery. Hopi.

Modern
13-15,

C

55407)

bandoleer. Bead 15. Centre piece of a wallet weaving. Dakota (Sioux) (I C 44789) Indians 16. Porcupine quill pattern on hat. Eastern

18. 19. Slabs, partly

woven

spiral bunches.

No. 13 with Katchina motif No. 15 with quadru.
peds. Hopi. 4955, 4926)
16.

Modern (1C44638,IVB7438,
Modern (IVC7094)

4931,

(IV B 8607) 17. Pattem (eagle) made of porcupine quills on a pipe and tobacco bag. Gros Ventre (IV B 6228)
18.

Plate. Zuiiian.

Pattern on

woman's worbbag. Cheyenne

(I

C

50324)
19.

Plate from the ruins of Kuwiki. historical period (IV B 2998)
20. 21.

Hopi. Early Hopi.

Wallet

woven out of
(I

Bannack^Shoshonean

vegetable fibre and wool. C 1176)

Plate from the ruins of Shumopavi. Early historical period (IV B 3538)

22. Plate from the ruins of Awatobi. Hopi. Early historical period (IV B 3242) 23. 24.
Plate.

PLATE CXIV
American Set

Hopi.

Modem

(IV

B 2691)
Hopi. Pre>
1.

Earthenware vessel. Zuiiian. Modern (IVB 6842)
Earthenware vessel. Tennessee River. AfterClarence B. Moore, "Aboriginal Sites on Tennessee River," (Philadelphia, 1915) PI. VUl 2
2

25.

Pot from the ruins of Awatobi. Columbian period (IVB 3377)

26.

Earthenware

vessel.

Hopi. Modern (IVB 2246)

and
11,

State,

PLATE CXni
The originals of Nos. 1-15, 18-19 are in iheLindenMuseum.
Stuttgart;

4,

3. Patterns on fragments. Cholula. Puebla Mexico (IV Ca 7897 c and 10868) Earthenware vessels. Mexican High 27.

Nos. 16 and 17 in the Berlin Ethnological (North American Section)

Museum

Plateau.

Aztecan Period (IV
vessels.

Ca

2055, 2106, 24434)

5—8.

Earthenware

Central

Mississippi

1. (I

Painted untanned hide wallet (quiver). Cheyenne C 40291)

Valley. After "Bureau of American Ethnology" (20 th Annual Report, Washington, 1903), Pis. 42 d, 39,40a, and 41 a

Chief Pattern on a woman's painted cloak of buffalo hide. Dakota (Sioux) (I C 36102)
2.
3.

made

9 and 24.

Earthenware

vessels.

Ranchito de

las

Pattern

on

a quiver.

Dakota (Sioux)

(I

C 12591)

animas. State of Vera Cruz, Mexico 15524)
10.

(IVCa

15595,

4.

Knife sheath with flatporcupinequillembroidery. Iroquoian (Private Collection of Patty Frank)

Earthenware vesseL

S,

Andres Tuxtla.

\'era

Cruz, Mexico

(IVCa

39204)

.

Mexico,

12jndl7. E.irthenw,ire vessels. 12 with skull frieze, 17witheaeleomaments. CeroMontoso. VeraCruz, CholuU style (IV Ca 17619 and 13892)

II. Woven fabric with feather mosaic. Malinal. tenango (Mexico). Pre-Columbian (Aztecan) (IV

Clio)
12 and 16. Ear=pcgs, feather mosaic work. Chu. quitanta and Pachacamac (Peru). Pre:Columbian (VA 25044 and 41836)

nand''6. Earthenware vessels. District of Tlaxcola. High Plateau of Mexico (IV Ca 21946 and 24929) vessel. Chama. .\lta Vera Paz, 14 Earthenware Guatemala. Style of the Maya picture writings
State of Puebla.

(IV

Ca

21 131)

13 and 14. Mussel and earspeg with stone mosaic. Pachacamac (Peru). Pre.Columbian (VA 41598 and 41595)
15.

15 '2 28. Fragments
Uiu'a,'

and earthenware

vessels.

Rio

Honduras (IV Ca 22374, 21064, 22354)

Bandage worn when dancing, decorated with

16 Earthenware vessel. Yucatan. Mexico (IV Ca 5296) 18. Earthenware vessel. Haley Place, Arkansas. After Clarence B. Moore, "Some Aboriginal Sites on Red River," (Philadelphia, 1912), PI. 40

feather mosaic. Bolivia, 19th Cent.

(VA 2772)

PLATE CXVI
The originals of No. 1
of Nos,
in

the

Hamburg

Ethnological

Museum,

Earthenware vessel coated with stucco. Painted in the manner of the style of theTeotihuacan frescos. SanFranciscoChalchicomuIa, State ofPuebla, Mexico (IV C a 35790) 20. Earthenware vessel. Las Mercedes, Costarica (IV C a 27796) 21 Earthenware vessel with decorations in the style of the Maya picture writings Antigua, Guatemala (IV Ca 29528) '>3. Earthenware vessel. Oraetepe Island in Nicas ragua(lVCa 4197b)
19.

2. 4-7. 10-13. 15-17 in tlic BerUn Ethnological (South American Sedion). Nos. 3. 8. 9. 14 in the Linden Museum. Stuttgart. All the fabrics come from Peru and arc pre-Columbian

Museum

1.

Pattern on a poncho.

and 16. Fabrics. Pachacamac (V 21602-21611)
2
3.

A

21631 and

Pattern on a broad strip of edging (Carl Sutorius Collection)

4,5.7,15,17. Fabrics. Ancon. After photographs by ReiB.Stubel, "Das Totenfeld von Ancon"
(Berlin),

PL 69a and 50

25.

State of Puebla,

Earthenware vessel. San Francisco Chalchicomula. Mexico (IV Ca 35720)

6.10-13. Fabrics. Chuquitanta (V 20695, 20704, 20696)
8.

A 20694, 20705,
(Carl
Sutorius

PLATE CXV
Nos. Sluttgan, Nos. 2 and
The
originals of
1

Fabrics.
I

Collection;
Linden Museum,

Valle de Chancay C 53195)

and

3 are in the

9 and 14. Fabrics (Carl Sutorius Collection)

5 in the Natural History Museum. Vienna.Noi. 4.6-8. 10-16 in theBerlin Ethnological Museum (North and South Amcritan Sections). No. 9 in the British

Museum, London

PLATE CXVI
cillor

I

e

Linden Muse

Ancient Mexican shield; feather mosaic work. Fre.Columbian (19175 and 19176) 2. Ancient Mexican feather ornament adorned with
1

and

3.

the fabrics
1, Pattern Collection;

collection of Privy Dt. Eduard GafiFron,' Berlin.Schlachlensee. AU come from Peru and arc prcColumbian

small gold plates. After F.
4

Heger in the Memorial Volume ofthe Americanists Congress, Vienna, 1908 and 6. Part views of woven fabric with feather
mosaic work. Pachacamac (Peru). Pre.Columbian Period (VA 21630 and 21629)

on
I

a blanket.

Nazca (Carl Sutorius

C

53152)

2 and
3.
I

5.

Fabrics.

Marquez

Fabrics.

Chancay (Carl Sutorius Collection;

5. Ancient Mexican feather shield with gold plate ornaments. After F. Heger, "Annalen des Nature

C

53389)

4.

Fabric.

Ancon
Fabrics. Pachacamac

historischen
7.

feasts.

Hofmuseums " (Vienna 1892), PI, XIX Ornamental blanket worn over back by men at Feather mosaic work from N. Brazil (Hinters
About 1800 (VB 95)

6. 10, 20.
7.

Fabrics.

8. 9, II, 15.

Kimac Valley Fabrics. Nazca

land of Guiana).
8

12. 16, 17. Fabrics,
13. 14.
18.

Chancay

and 10. Feather ornament, mosaic work. Pacha> camac(Peru). Pre.Columbian (VA4I872 and 41878)
Ancient Mexican skull with stone mosaik work. Pre-Columbian. After Saville, "Turquois Mosaic Art in Ancient Mexico" (New York, 1922), PI. XIX
9.

Fabrics. Coastal area

Fabrics. Candevilla Fabrics.

Jupe

19 and 21. Fabrics. Iluacho

PLATE CXVIII
(Nos
re

collected in the coastal

Linden Museum, were all the eift of Catl Sutorius. They to area ol Southern Peru and belong

1-17)

are in the

the pre.Columbian Period
1. I
I

2. 3. 4.
5.

I I I
I

C C C

6.

C C C

52552 52407 69046 69048 93346 52565

I

C
C

8.

I

9.

I I I
I

10.

n.
12.

C C C C

93340 69064 69059 52355 52408 52348

13.

I
I I I I

14.
15.

16.
17.

C C C C C

52359 93358 93350 52838 52576

ornamentation Rio Sucio 15. Vessel with incised (VA 13123) (Columbia). Pre.Columbian (Rio. Negro District). Katapolitani Vessel. 16 Modern (VB 5807) Peruvian pot. Pre. Pattern on an ancient 17 Columbian (Georg Hiibner Collection) Carribean (Lower Maroni, 18 Earthenware bottle, 11154a) Guiana). Modern (V Coreguaje(East Columbia). 22. Earthenware vessel. Modern (Preufi Collection, 298) Bowl. Tereno. Modern (V B 1084)

A

23.

PLATE CXIX
The
originals of
logical

Museum

Nos. 1-16. 18-23 are in the Berlin Ethno. (South American Sectton)^ No. 17 m the Linden Museum, Stuttgart

PLATE CXX
The
the Linden Museum, originals of Nos. 1. 3. 4, 6-13 are in Ethnological Museum StuUgart: Nos. 2 and 5 in the Berlin (South American Section)
1

1,

2

and

Columbian
3, 7, 19.

(VA
5. 6.

Vessels from Chimbote (Peru). Pre-. 4. 18431. 18419, 48190) Vessels from Inca (Peru). Pre.Columbian 50521, 16440. 16501)

(VA

(E.
2

and

Kobena Pattern on dance costumes. and 3 Columbia). Modern (79873 and 79875) Period 5. Fabrics from Peru. Transitionary

Vessel from Trujillo (Peru).

Pre.Columbian
Pre.

(V A 8839)
Man'sbelt. Araukan wool embroidery (S.Chile). Modern (Carl Hok Collection) Woman's belt. Araukan wool embroidery (S. Chile). Modern (Carl Hob Collection) 7. Pectoral ornament. Bead work. Konibo. Modern
4.

(V A 47998)
Vessel from Santa Helena (Columbia).

Columbian (V A 9313) 8 and 21. Vessels of the Ucayali tribes. Peru. Modern (VA 8863 and V B 508) 9 and 20. Vessels. Chiriguano (Eastern slope of the Andees). Modern (VA 15740 and 15738) 10. Vessel. Highlands of Peru. Pre.Columbian

6.

(I
8.

C 941 16)
Woollen
Pattern
fabric wallet.

The black

pattern
(I

woven,

the red painted. Konibo.
9.

Modem

C

94069)

(V A
11.

8065)

on bead.work apron. Guiana. Modern

Vessel from Frontino (Columbia). Pre.Colum.

(I

C

70308)

bian(VA2175)
Grave urn from Catamarca (Argentine). Pre. Columbian (VC 6487) 13. Vessel. Kaua (Rio. Negro District). Modern
12.

10.

Necklace, bead work.

Konibo (E. Peru). Modern

(I

C 94077)
and
12.

(VB
14.

5828a)

part views of a painted blanket made of guanaco hides sewn together. Tehueltche (Patagonia). Modern (no number)
11
15.

Two
on

Vessel

from Cuzco (Peru). Pre.Columbian

Painting
(I

a bast shirt.

Yurakare (Bolivia).

(V A

7890)

Modern

C

1501)

INDEX
APPLlCiUE

WORK
1 1 1

2.

Plates XXXII 2, 4, 7 - XXXIV -3, 5, 7. 8, 10. XXXVI 9-LXI 10-LXII 1-3. 5. 10. 12-LXIIl 8 - LXVI 5 and 7 - LXXVI 7 - CIVl-IO

VESSELS. FAIENCE AND rppl M??Y^^^= CERAMIC PRODUCTS
Plates
1

BARK
Plates

- XV -7, 10-13 - XVI 7 - XVII 5 - XIX 1. 3, 4, 6 13. 16 - XXVI l-'°rPVIIl-12-XXVIIII 13 XXXl-17^V„*~?\"-"^l-""-*'"-16. 18.20- XLVI 5-LXXIVIand9 -CXIIII,3, CXX ^;,'^^;/- '"^"-''^"'^''S-LXXVIlll-nl7'2 - GVl 3 and 6 - CXII 16, 20-26 BARK FABRICS J^v^w 1-28 - CXVIII CXIV 1-17 - CXIX 1-23 PIatMCVII)3-CVIII2.6,I0-CXl-I3-CXX13 EASTER EGGS, PAINTED, Plate LVl-16 ORNAMENTS
-

BAGS

AND WALLETS OF ALL KINDS
9. 10,

rla '-19

y1-18-X
~

1-21 -II 1-14 -III 11 and 14- IV1-9-V '"'" - '^" '-10 - VIII l-Il - IX XI 1-15 -XII 1-4.6.7.9.10.
1

PLitesXXXI 2 - XXXII 6and9 - XXXI V 2, 5. 7. 8 LVI 1 -LVIIII XLVII2, 4-6- XLVIII6

I - v?/,Y,'r^ XVIII 4and 8

LVIII7.

12-LXII8andll

- LXXIII2and 19 8

LXI

4

and 12

-

LXII 4 and 6

EMBROIDERY

Plates XXXII 10 and 13 - XXXV 1-7 XXXVI BASKET WORK AND PLAITING 7';a'^'l7,^'-"'''''^-20-XLIII5,6.8.9,ll, Plates XXXII 12 - XXXVII 1-12 - XLIII 7 ? \l " $}-}y,}-*' ^^'O' '2. 15 ' XLVII 2, 4-6. LXXXVII 6. 8. 10 - LXXXVIII 1-12 - LXXXIX 11-13-XLVIII6.7.14L 1.3 -12- LI 5. 7,9-15 1-9 - XC 1 24 - CXI 1, 3-5, 7, 19 - CXII 3. 7. - LII 1, 3-8. 10 - LIV 2, 4, 5. 7-14 - LVI 4 6-12

13-15.17-19

BASKETS,
Plates

etc.

5

and 7
11

6. 8. 3, 7,

XXXVII 2. 5. 7, 9 12 - XLIII 7 - XLIX - LI 1-4 - LXXXVII 6 - LXXXVIII 4, - LXXXIX 5, 7-9 - CXI 1. 3, 4 - CXII
Plates

- LVII 3. 6. 8 - LVIII 1 and 3 - LIX I-ll, 13 LXl-12-LXI2.8,13-LXII7-10,12-LXIII4-7 9 LXIV1-7-LXV1-11 - LXVI2. 6. 9. 10I.XVII 1-8- LXIX1-9-LXX1-9-LXXI 1-13LXXII 1-9 - LXXIII 1-11 - LXXIV 1-10 -

LXXVTI3-LXX1X1-14-LXXX3,5,6,8,10XCIII8andlI - XCVl-12 - XCVI 5 - C 1-4 6-8 - CI 1-14 - CII 1-8 - CXII 2. 6. 12

17

BATIK
BE.\D
Plates

LXXXIII 1-12 - LXXXIVl-9
BE.'^D
-

EMBROIDERY,
6. 8. 10. 11. 13.

WE.WING
1

XXXVIII 1-20-XI.IV8- LXI
15

and 3 -

CXIII

CXX 7. 9, 10
4. 7, 9, 12. 16.

ENAMEL Plate XCIV ENGRAVED ORNAMENTATIONS
1

PlateCV2,
17

3, 5, 8,

10,12, 16

BRISTLE

WORK

Plate

CXIII

CARPETS. FLOOR COVERINGS, MATS,

HORSE CLOTHS
Plates

FANS Plate XXXII 12 FEATHER MOSAIC WORK
PlatcCXVl
8.

XXIII 6 and

8

-

XXIV

1-8 -

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5,7-9,11 - CIX 1-27 CXII 8-10

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CVIII

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ALPHABETICAL
\busir el Meleq XIV3, 7, 9 - XVIII 14 Abyssinia XXXV 2, 5, 6 - XXXVIl 10&12

LIST OF
Argentine CXIX 12 Arkansas CXIV18

NAMES
10-12
-

Achil.Tekke.Turkomania LXV 1-U - Armenia XXIV4&6 - LV1I10&13 Aru IslandsXCl-24 LXVI3 AchmimXX7, 8, 10 - XXI 3, 9, 11 - XXII 2 Asam LXXX3&7

AdamauaXXXIX 12&16 Admiralty Islands CVI
2&8

Ashmunein
1. 4. 9.

XIX4,

6,

11

- CVII

Asia Minor XXIV3 XXVIII 12

XXVI

8 -

XXVII

7

-

Africa XXX 1-17 - XXXI 1-13 - XXXII 1-13 - XXXIII 1-12 - XXXIV 1-11 - XXXV 1-7 - XXXVI 1-10 - XXXVIl 1-12 - XXXVIII 1-20 - XXXIX 1-16 - XL 1-15 - XLI 1-15 -

XLII4&7
Africa East XXXVIII 4,8, Africa North XLII 4&7 Africa West XXXIX 1 Agonies CVII 1
12

Assur XII 26,3 Assyria XII 2 &3 AthensV5£.8 Attica V6 6,7 - VII 1,3, 8 - VIII Australia CVl-16 Austria XLVll - XLVI 15619

7,8.10,11

AwatobiCXII22&25
Aztecs CXIV4,
11,27

- CXVll

Ahtena CXI1&4 Ainu CI\'1-10
Aissi

Babylon XII 56,8 BabyloniaXII 5,7,8
Baezaeklik LXXV
1, 3,

XXX

11

5

-

LXXVII

8

Akelle XLI

5

BagamXXXVI3
BagomoyoXXX\TII4 BahramV. XIII 1
BainingCVIII2

Aleppo XXIX 1-9 Alexandria XIX 5 AlfuresLXXXVIII2&10 AlgiersXXXlO&ll
Aliki IV4

Bakuba XXXVI

4, 8,

- XLI

3

AlomboXLIl
AlsaceXLIVl&3
-

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12t;,14

AltaVera Paz CXIV14 Altes Land XLIVll -

LXXXVl-13 - XCII 4 XXXVI 26.7 Bamendzing XXXVI 6 BamumXXXVI5-XXXVIIIl,3,7,17-XXXIX
Bali (Indonesia) Bali (Cameroon)
6,

XLV6

8,9

AIu CVII

14

Amarna XVI, 3-5, 7, 8, Amenophis IV. XV 8
America CXI -

12

Banat LIV 1 6.4 Bangwa XXXVIII 146.19

CXX
15, 17

Anatolia XXIVl

Ancon CXVI 4, 5, 7, AnconaXLII2 Andes CXIX9&20
Angola XXXIX 13 Antigua CXIV21 Apaches CXIII 14

-

CXVII

4

Bannack Shoshoni CXIII 19 BashkirsLVIII4&6 Basques XLIII 7 Basuto XXXVIII 106.20. Batak LXXXVI 15 617-XCI 165 Batanga XL 2
=

Batavia LXXXIV 9 Bateke XLI 6 Bavaria XLIV 12 -XLV

ApsarokaCXIII5&10
Apulia 1X7 Arabia LXl-12

8 -XLVI Begharme XXXIV9 Benue XXXIX 3-XLI 8615 Berbers XXXI 9, 11, 13

16

ArandaCV7&ll AraucaniansCXX4&6
ArchangeILI4,6,8

Berlin XLII

5,9, 15, 17, 18

Bern XLVI 6 Bessarabia I

2, 3, 13,

15-21

Bessermyanians XLIX 9 Biel XLVI 6 Bilchula CXI 6, 11 Birkis LIV4 Biskra XXXII 12 Bjurs.Secken XLVIII 6
Blackfeet CXIII U Black Forest XLV 13 Boeotia V 2, 3, 9, 10-VI3&10 Boghazkoi X 2, 5. 8-18 Bokhara LXVI 1, 2, 4-10 - LXVII 1-8 LXVIII 1-7, 9 - LXIX 1-9 - LXX 1-9 LXXll-13 - LXXII 1-3.6-9

yenne CXIII
Chilcat CXI 25 Chile CXX46.6

1.8. IS

Chimbote CXIX 1,2, 4 rKlnaXClII 1-14 - XCVl-12 - XCVIl-7 8-20 - XCVII 1-6 - XCVIII 1-9 - XCIX 1-6. c'l-8 - CI 1-H 4. 5. 8 - LXXXIV4-6 LXXXIII Chinese
Chiriguanos CXIX9&20

ChittagongLXXX4 Cholula CXIV 2, 3. 12.17
Chotsho LXXVI4&9-LXXVII16.3 Chuquitanta CXV 12 - CXVI 6, 10-13
Ciacova LIVl

Bolivia XLIII16&20-CXV15-CXX13 Bombay LXXIX 1-14

Bonerate XCI 3 - XCII 3 Bom LXXXVIII5, 7. 9-XCIIll Borneo LXXXVII 1-10 - XCII 12 Bornu XXXV4 &7 - XXXVII 2

Bougie

XXX

10
18 -

Coimbra XLIII 164 Columbia CXIX6, 11. 15.22 -CXXl 6.5 Congo XLI 4.6.9 ConstantinopIeXIX16 Copper River CXI 164 Copts XIX 1. 2. 4-15 - XX 1-13 - XXI 1-12
- XXII
1

Brazil XLIII 13, 15. Brietzig XLIV4

CXV

7

-9

Brussa XXVI

8

Coreguaje CXIX 22 Corinth VII 5 6. 10 -

VIII 1-3.

5. 6.

9

Buckeburg XLIV8 Budapest LIII 13 Buin CVII 116.12

Costarica CXIV 20 Crete II 1-3, 5, 6, 8. 10-12, Crow Indians CXIII 5 6

14 - III 1-3, 11 10

Bukowina

LIII 1.3.4 -

LV

1-16

Cucuteni

I

468

Byzantine XIX 3&16 Carbadines LVII 3 Caere VIII 3. 5.6.9 Cairo XIX 1, 7

Calabar XXXVI 9 - XXXIX 4 - XLI 2 Calymnos IX 10 Cameroon XXXVI 2. 3. 5-7 - XXXVIII -15 14. 15 - XXXIX 5. 10. 12. 15. 16 - XL
1

Cuzco XLIII 6, 8, 17, 19 - CXIX 14 Cyprus IV 6 - IX 1-6, 8, 9, 11-19 Czecho SlovakiaLIII6-LIV7-14 Daghestan LVII7&12 Dajak LXXXVII I, 3, 4 Dakoto CXIII 2, 3, 6, 13. 15
1.

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Dalarne XLVIII

6

XLI

10

Candevilla CXVII 14 Cape Beeckey CX 9 Caribbean Islands CXIX

Dali 1X8.9,11.14-16 Dalmatia LVI 1-3, 5. Damgan XXVII 16.4

7, 8.

12

18

Catamarca CXIX 12 Caucasian Tatars LVIII 7-10. 12 Caucasus LVII 1-13 - LVIII 7-10, 12 Celebes LXXXVIII 2, 5, 7. 9. 10 - XCI
XCII
2. 5.

2

-

7-11

Cero Montoso CXIV 12&17 Ceylon LXXXI 1-12 - LXXXII 1-9 Chad Sake XXXIV 4 & 6 - XXXVII
Chalcidice VIII
4

Danzig XLVI 10 Darfur XXXVII 1,3,5.7.9.11 Der el Medine XV9 - XVI 7 - XVI! 8 Derwaz LXIVl-7 Dimini I 10-12 DiokiokartoLXXXIII4-6.8-LXXXIV4&5 Djegga XXXIV3 Djen Benui: XLI 8

2

Djukum
Douala

XLI

15
11

XXX

Chancay CXVI

8 -

CXVII

3. 12. 16.

17

Dua.bosui XCIII2,12-14

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Dujia XL 6, 8. 11 - XLI 10 Dungan LXXIII 2 & 5 - LXXIV

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4

Durru XXXIX5 Egypt XIV 1-9 - XV 1-13 - XVi 1-13 - XVII 1-13 - XVIII 1-14 - XIX 1, 2, 4-15 - XX 1 13 - XXI 1-12 - XXII 1-9 - XXIII 1-5. 7 XXVIII 5 Elb Marches XLIV 5 Elephantine XIX 14 above,
El

Ores Ventre XCIII 17 Guatemala CXIV14&21 Guiana CXV7 - CXIX 18 Guipu:coa XL1II7

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11

Hagar. Tuareg XXXIII 1.4.8, Hagia Triada 1113.15. 17 Haida CXI 12-16, 18,19

15

Hibba XII7 Empress Augusta River CVI
CVII
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6.

6

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Fakial

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11

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Fa.nam.moi XCIII4
Fatimites XXIII 1-5,7 Fauro CVII 21
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Heiltsuk CXI
21

3

-

Hermannstadt

LIII 7

XXX

14S.16

Islands CX2, 10, 12 Finns XLIX 1-10- Ll-12 Finland XLVIII 9, 12, 13 Flores LXXXVni46.ll Formosa XCII I

Hesse XLV 10 - XLVI 13& 17 Hesse. Nassau XLIVIO - XLV9

Heydekrug XLNTI
Ilidatsa CXIII
12

1-13
16, 18, 19

LXXXIX7&9

Hindeloopen XLV 15, HirschbergXLVT 12
Hittites

Frankenstein XLIV2 Frankfort=on.the<Odcr XLVI86.11 France XL1V1&3 - XLV12S.14
Friesland North

X 1-18 Honduras CXIV15.22.28 Honhcim XLIV1&3
15,18-23.25.26 196.21
13

XLVI5&7

Hopi CXII4,6,8

Frontino CXIXll
Galicia LIII2,
5,8. 9, 12
11

Huacho CXVII
Huculc

LIII2. 5,8,9. 12

Gandu XXXIV10&

Garut LXXXIII2&7 - LXXXIV8 Gebelin XIVI fi.4 Gendertheim XLV12S.14 Georgia LVII1&5

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Hungary LIII 11 6 Hymettus VI 2 CXIX 3, 7, 19

Germany XLIV 2.

4-13

- XLVl -10.
6

13, 17

XLVI 1-5.7-14.16-18

Germany North XLV3
Gilyak LXI4&12- LXII Gizeh XIX9 Glasov L7&I1

Ilpara CV 1 6 9 Indians. Eastern CXIIl Iran LXXVI 9

16

Iroquois CXIII4
Isnik

XXVI

1-7. 10

Goek.Tepe LXVIO Gold LXI 5. 7. 9, 11 LXIIl-5.

8,10. 12

Gombang LXXXIII 9 Gorong LXXXIX 5 - XCII
1-11

13

Italy 1X7 - XLII2 JiimtUnd XLVII12. 7. 10. 11,14- LXI 8 Jamund XLV 7 - XLVI 1 Japan XCII I - XCIX 7 - CII 1-8 - ClII - CIV 1-10

1-9

GreeceIl,5-7. 9-12. 14-II1-14-III 1-19IVl-6 - Vl-9 - VIl-IO - VII 1-10 - VIII

Jassa XLII

Java LXXXIII 1-12 - LXXXIV 1-9 Jesdegerd XIII 5

Jews XLII 1-20 Jim Cummings Camp Jugo Slavia LVI 1-12 Jupe CXVII 18 Kabyles XXX 3& 12 Kameiros VI9, VII2

CV 7

Lake Nyassa XXXVIII 16 Lakka XXXIX 10, II, 14 Lamassa CVII 20 Lamu XXXVII 8 La Paz XLIIII6&20
Laplie LVI 6

Kandy LXXXI

1-12
1, 5,

Lapps LXI8
II. 12, 15. 16, 18

K'ang>Hi XCIX Kaniet CVI 5 Kapuci LVII 12

Larnaka IX13S.18 Las Mercedes CXIV20

Lassem LXXXIII

11

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Kasan L 6 & 9 - LVIII 5 - LIX 1-6 Kasan>Tartar LVIII 5 - LIX 1-6
Katopolitani CXIX
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Lemba XLI

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Kaua CXIX 13 Kaura XXXIV

Lepcha LXXX9(S.ll Luchai LXXX 4 Lesghians LVII 9
Lettnin XLIV4 Liberia XXXIII 7 6.9 Likuala Mossaka XLI 4 Lindhorst XLIV8 Lithuania XLVII 1-13 Luf CVI8 Lusatia XLVI 18

7 3
11

Kazaicevskij LXI

Kazym.Ostyaks LXI6-LXII Keaka XXXIX 15
Kcffi XLI 13

Kellinghusen XLVI

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Kicn<Lung XCIX
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Kirish LXXV 9 Kisser Islands CLII
14

MacDonald Range CVIfi.9 Macedonia LVI 4. 6, 9-U Makua XXXVIII 12
9-20

1. 4.

Malacca LXXXVIII

12

Malang LXXXIV35.7 Malinaltenango CXVll Mamelukes XXVIII 5

Klausenburg LIV2&5 Klazomenai VII 4, 6. 7, 9 Knossos II 2.3.8,10-12,14 -

Mandan CXIII 7&9 Mangandsha XXXVIII
III 1.2,11,14.18

16

Maoris CVIII

7

- CIXl-27

Kobena CXX & 3 Konibo CXX 7.8. 10 Korakou II 4£.7
1

Koslin XLV7 - XLVI 1 Kossow LIII2. 5, 8. 9. 12

Marburg XLVI13&17 Maroni CXIX 18 Marquez CXVII2£,5 Marrakesh XXX 9 6, 15 - XXXII

3, 8, 11

Maya

CXIV14fi.21

Krim.Tartars LVIII4&6 Kultepe X 1. 6. 7

Mecca XXXVn4&6 Melos II9-\T6£.8

Kulyab LXIV4 Kum.ariq LXXX
Kurla LXXVIII2 Kutcha LXXII 5

Memel
4

District XLVII 1-13

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Menacha LX 1-12 Menidi V4
4. 6-11 - LXXVIII

LXXIV
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Merv LXV3 Meshhed XXVI 9
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Kuwiki CXII20 Kwakiutl CXI2

Mingrelia LVII6&8
Minitari CXIII
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Ostenfcld XLVl 56.7

Mioko CVIIIO Mississippi CXIV5-8
Mochlos 1I1&6 Moksha.Mordvinians L4 Mombassa XXXVIII 8

Ostyaks LXl 6- LXIl Otrovazzo LVl 12

11

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PachacamacCXV4.6.8.

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Palaikastro

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20

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Monchgut XLV1,4,

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PaloppoXCII265
Pamir LXIV 1-7

Moon L8
Moors XXXII 3&8 Moravia LIV14 Mordvinians L2,4, 5 Morocco XXX 1,2.4,6-9, Mo.seng XCIII8 Mosso CVI3 Muera XXXVIII 12 Malta n LXXVIII4, 6,8 Mundang XXXVIII 6

Pangwe XLI Parsi LXXIX
14-17

1

1-14

-XXXII

3

Patagonia CXX 11612 Peleo CX8 Pensa L4

Permyaks

L

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4, 6,

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XXlII668-XXIV2,5,8-XXVl-8-XXVI9 -XXVII 1,4,6-11 -XXVIII1,2,4,7,8, 10, 11
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1-17 10
6, 8,

- XIII 1-5 -

Mycenae 1117-9,12 Nabeul XXX5
Navajo CXIII 6.5 Nazca CXVIIl.8.9. 11,15 - CXVIIIl-17 Nefta XXXI 2 - XXXII 9
Nerodiranja LVI4fi.9 Netherlands XLV15. 16. 18, 19 New Britain CVTI 16. 19,22,25 New Guinea CVI 3 & 6 - CVII 13 New Hanover CVI 10 - CVIII 6 New Hebrides CVIII 10 New Ireland CVII 5fi,9- CVIII 1,3-5,8,9, New Mecklenburg CVII 18 New Poraerania CX 9 New Zealand CVIII 7 - CIX 1-27 Nicaea XXVI 1-7, 10 - XXVIII 3

14, 17, 19

-

12-14, 16
2, 5, 7. 8,

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CXV 4,
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6, 8,

10

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19, 21

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Peshawur LXXVIII 769 Petreny I 2.3. 13, 15-21 Phylakopi 119
Pleasant Island

CX 8
12 13 -

Poland

LIII2,

5, 8,

Pomerania XLIV

XLV 7 - XLVI

10

Pomo
Port
11

CXII

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Darwin CV 4
10, 12

Porto XLIII 2, 10, 12 Portugal XLIII 1-4, Prague XLII 14620

Nicaragua CXIV23
Niger XXXIV5 Nile XXXVIII 2 Nitra LIV7,9, 13

XXXIX

2

PreangerLXXXIII 12 Pressburg LIV 10 Puebia CXIV2, 3, 13,19,25, Pueblo CXII Punjab LXXVIII 4,6-9
Pylos
II 13

26

Nola Vino - VIII 2 Nootka CXI 5,7-9

Norway XLVIIIl,3-5,8 Ntoko XLI4 Nupe XXXIX2 Obi mob LXIV4 Ogowe XLI 5 Ometepe CXIV23
=

Pyritz XLIV 13 Queensland CV

15

Quratura LXXII 4 - LXXV6 - LXXVI 2 S.8 Qyzil LXXV8- LXXVI 1,10, 12, 13 - LXXVII
2, 5, 7,

9

Rabat XXX 6 Raghes XXVII

6

6 10- XXVII12,4, 7
14

Rakhmani

I

1

6

RanchitodelasanimasCXIV9&24
Red River CXIV 18 Rhodos IV 1,2,9- VI 1&9-VII2
Rimac=Tal CXVII 7 Rio Negro CXIX13&:6 Rio Sucio CXIX15 Rio Ulua CXIV 15, 22, 28

Siksika CXIII
Silesia

11

XLIV2-XLVI3

Roebuck^Bay CVS&IO

LXXXVIl&IS Roumania I4&8 - LIII
Rotti
1-6 - LVl-16 Rubiana CVII46.23

1,3, 4,

7,10 -

LIV

Sioux CXIII2, 3, 6, 13, 15 Siwa XIX 14 below Slesvig.Holstein XLVI 2, 4, 14 Slovaks LIII 6 Sokoto XXXIV lO&ll Solomon Islands CVI 2 - CVII 3.6.7, Spain XLII 1&3 - XLIII 5. 7, 9, 11 Spreewald XLV 17 - XLVI 8, 9, 11, 18 Sredska LVI lOCxll

17

Sugu XXXIX

1

Rugen XLV1.4,
Russia
LVIII
I

5

2 3 13

15-21 -

XIX

3

-

LI 1-15 -

5 -

I.ix'l-6

- LX

1-7.
13.

9-13 - LXII 1-12
15-21

- LXIII 1-12 Russia Southern

Sultanabad XXVIII 11 & 13 Sulu Islands XCI 6 - XCII 6 Sumatra LXXXVI 15 & 17 - LXXXVIII

3

-

I 2. 3,

- XIX

3

XCI

1,4,

5,

7

Sumba LXXXVI2-13,
Sung XCIX3, Surgu XII 7
6,

16

Russia Soviet LI 1-15 Russians LII-15

8

Saengim Gorge LXXVI
Saffi

5

XXX 2, 7.17

Susa (Caucasus) LVIII Susa (Persia) XI 1-15

12

Saghalin CIV Sahara XXXIII 2 Salamanca XLIII5&9 Salzburg XLVI 15&19 Samaritans XII 11

Swaheli XXXVII

8 14

Sweden XLVIII
6,9,12 -

2, 6, 10, 11,

- LXI
5,

8

Switzerland XLVI 6 Syria XXII 9 - XXVII

2,

3,

12

- XVIII

XXIX

1-9

-

XLII 6

&

10

- LIX

7,

Samarkand LXV1II8&10
Samfara XXXIV 7 Samoa CXI. 3-7, 11 S. Andres Tuxtla CXIVIO S. Francisco Chalchicomula CXIV Santa Cruz CVI 7 - CVII 15 Santa Helena CXIX 6 Sarapul L 12

10-13

Syrjaens XLIX Tahiti CX13
19

1-8. 10

Tai>mau XCIII 6,9-11

&

25

SassanidsXinO&12 -XIII
Saxony XLV 2 Scardona LVI
5

1-5

-LXXV8

Tanger XXX 1 Taui CVI9&11 Tehueltche CXX 11 & 12 Tell el Jahudije XV6 Temesvar LIVl Tennessee River CXIVl Teotihuacan CXIV 19

Schagari XXXIVlO&ll

Schwalm XLV

10

Scutari LVIII 11 Segeberg XLII 12

Semipalatinsk LXIII Sendshirli X 3 Sesklo I 5, 6, 9 Sfax XXX 13 Shoshoni CXIII 19 Shuli XXXVIII 2 Shumopavi CXII 21

1-3,

6, 8,

10-12

Tereno CXIX 23 Ternate LXXXIX 2 Tibet XCV1-I2 - XCVI 1-7 -XCVIIl-6 Tiflis LVII9 Timbunke CVI 6

Timor LXXXVIII 6- LXXXIX
Tlaxcala

8

CXIV13&26
3, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20,

Tlingit CXI Trujillo

22-24

Siam XCIVl-12

Tromling XLV2 CXIX 5 Tchamba XXXIX 3 Thebes(Egypt) XVIII1&8

Thebes (Greece) VI
•[hcssaly 15,6.9-12

4. 5, 7

Tiryns

III

4-6,

10,

13-16,19

Varadia LIV 3 Vera Cruz CXIV 9 & Vershetz LIV 3
Victoria

24, 10, 12, 17

Tobungku LXXXVIII2&10
Toqsu LXXIII3,4, 11 - LXXIV3, 5. 9 Toradja Land XCI2-XCII8&9 Tosher XXXII 6 Transylvania LIII7&10- LIV2, 5, 6 Trencin LIV8
=

CV13&
LI 1-3

14 7

Vierlande XLIV

&

9

Vologda

Vrlika LVI1&2 Vulci VII1&3 Vyatkas L7.10-12

Tripolis XXXII

1,10, 13

Wadai XXXVII
Waira CVII
24

4

Trondhjem XLVIII
Tsangli 17 Tscheng.te

4

Wambundu

XLI

9

XCIX

17

Tcheremis L6&9 Tse.tschou.yao XCIX2,3,6.8 Tsimshian CXI 17 Tuareg XXXIII 1-12

Wayao XXXVIII9&11 Weizacker XLIV4 & 6 - XLVI
Werben XLIV6 Winner! XLVI 5&7
Wittbeck XLVI Wjatka XLIX9
5

10

6.7

Tumchuq LXXVI7
Tunis XXX 13 -XXXI 1&3 Tunis XXX 5 -XXXI 2 - XXXII 6&9 LXXIVl, 4, 6-8, Turfan LXXIII2&5

Worms
10

XLII8

Yakuts LXI 1,2,10.13 - LXII7&9 Yakutsk LXI 1,2, 10,13

Turcomans LXVl-11
Turks

-

LXVI

3
1, 3.

XXIV 7 11-LIX8&9

-

XXVI

1-7, 10 - LVIII

Turkestan LXXII 4 & 5 - LXXIII 1-11 LXXIVl-10 - LXXVl-9 - LXXVI 1-13 LXXVII 1-9 - LXXVIII 1-3, 5, 10-12 Tyrol XLVll

Yarkand LXXIII Yemen LX 1-12 Yesso CIV3 Yloarta CVll Yucatan CXIV 16 Yung.Tcheng XCIX 196.20
1

Uganda XLI7
Ucayali

CXIX8&21
LII 1-10

Yuracares CXX Yuraks LXI3 Zari L\T7&8

13

Ukraine

Ushak XXIV3
Vallado XLIII
3

ZuiderZee XLV 15, 16, Zulu XXXVIII 5 618 ZuBi CXII16&24

18. 19

LIST OF PLATES
I.

An

Plate

ent Mediterranean Cultures South Russia, Rumania, Northern I Greece. End of the late Stone Age Bronze Age. till beginning of the
4O00 to 3000 B. C.
II

Plate

XXIV

Islamic Orient. Persia-Asia

Minor

14th-17th Cent. A.D.

XXV
XXVT
XXVII
XXVIII

Islamic Orient.

Persia.

16th Cent.
Persia.

A.D.
Islamic Orient.
Islamic

Turkey and
Persia

III

Middle and Late Minoan. About 2000-1400 B. C. Crete and Greece. Middle and Late B, C, 1750-1200 About Minoan.
Crete and Greece.
Greece.
Late

15th-17th Cent. A.D.
Orient.

and

Syria.

13th-15th Cent. A.D,
Islamic Orient,

Chiefly 13th-17th

IV

Mycenaean,
Style.

About

Cent,

A,D,

1400-1100 B.C.

XXIX
About
About
Plate

Syria (Aleppo). Circa 1600 A. D,
III.

V
VI

Greece.

Geometric

9th-8th Cent. B. C. Greece. Geometric

Africa
Africa.
Africa.

Style,

8th-7thCent. B.C. VII Greece. 7th -6th VIII Greece. 7th-6th
Black Figure Style. Cent. B.C.

About About


North West North West XXXII North West

XXX

XXXI

Africa. Present

Modern Times Modern Times Time
and
Liberia.

XXXIII

Africa. Sahara (Tuareg)

Black Figure Style. Cent. B, C,
Italy,

Present

Time
Niger Territory,

XXXIV

Africa, Africa,

Modern

IX Cyprus, Kalymnos,
of Bronze
7th Cent. B. C.)

Beginning
B.

Age (about 4000
Hittites.

Cand

.,

XXXV
XXXVI
XXXVII

Soudan
Times

and

Abyssinia.

Modem
2000

X

Near

East.

700 B. XI Asia Proper. Persia (Susa). End of 4000 B. C. XII Asia Proper, Ancient and Islamic
Epochs. 3000B.

C

Africa,

Soudan, Congo, Cameroon,
Africa, Present

Mode

North East
Africa,

Time

..XXXVIIl
..

C,-1500A, D.

XXXIX

West

Africa.

XIII

Persia,

6th-llth Cent, A, D,
1,8th

Africa.

Modem Times Modem Times Cameroon coast. Modem

XIV

Egypt. Pre<DynasticPeriod,5000 B.C.

XV
XVI
XVII

Egypt. Chiefly 19th Dynasty

Dynasty and
I

Times West and EastAfrica,

Modem Times
It

Eur
afts

Arts

Egypt. 18th Dynasty and Late
Egypt. 18th Dynasty and Late
Late

New
Plate

New

Kingdom XVIII Egypt. Chiefly

New Kingdom

XLII Jews in Syria, North Africa, Europe, 9th-19th Cent, XLIII Portugal, Spain, Peru, Bolivia.Brazil
19th Cent.

XIX

and Late Period Egypt, Southern Russia, Constantly nople. Late Period, Coptic and By:
zantine Period, 12th Cent. A. D.

XLIV Germany
19th Cent.

and

France

(Alsace)

3rd Cent. B.

C—

XX
XXI

Egypt. Coptic Period, 3rd-6th Cent,

A. D,
Egypt, Coptic Period, 4th-6th Cent,

Germany, France (Alsace), Nether; lands, Austria. I8th and 19th Cent. XLVI Germany, Austria, Switzerland, 18th and 19th Cent,

XLV

XLVII

Lithuania

(Memel

District), Present

A, D,

XXII Egypt and
Period,
II.

Syria,

Early Christian

XLVIII Norway, Sweden, West Finland

4th-7th Cent. A. D,
:

Isl;

Culti

XLIX

Plate

XXIII

Islamic Orient. Egyptian and Persian lOth-Uth and 17th Cent. A. D.

18th and 19th Cent, Finnish peoples in Russia. Syrjaens and Bessermjaens. Present Time

L Estland

and

Finnish

peoples

in

Russia. Present

Time

LI Russia.

Great

Russians.

Present

Plate

Time
LII Ukraine. Present Time LIII Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Rumania. Present Time LIV Rumania and Ciecho Slovakia. Present Time LV Rumania(Bukowina). Present Time

LXXXVII LXXXVIII

LVI Jugo

Slavia,

Dalmatia and Mace.

donia. Present Time
V.

Asia
Tartars,

LVII Caucasus. Present Time
LVIII Turkey, Times
Persia

Modern

LIX

Tartars.Turks.Syrians. PresentTime

LX

Arabia (Yemen)- Present Time
Siberian peoples. Present

LXI Laps and
Time

LXII Siberian peoples. Present Time LXllI Kirghiz. Present Time LXIV Pamir Mountains. Present Time LXV Turcomans. Present Time

LXVI

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