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Beholderen består af 3 rum: stort rum i midten til betelblade og arekanødder, 2 små rum i siderne til kalk + evt. tobak. Dekoration: blomstermønster. (Verbal beskrivelse)
Fremstillet
Beskrivelse
Primær fremstilling.
Sted
Southeast Asia, Filippinerne
Fundet / indsamlet
Beskrivelse
Indsamling.
Tid
1978 - 1979
Sted
Southeast Asia, Filippinerne
Indgået i samlingen
Beskrivelse
Gave. Giver oplyser at hun købte C.9093-9097 på et marked ved Manila i 1978-79, og at den type beteludstyr findes overalt på Filippinerne (begge typer). 2005-Comment from Dalia Muzarin: (DM is from the Yakan people and lives in Zamboanga. She was a main informant/assistant/adopted daughter of Inger Wulff and visited the National Museum of Denmark in 1977, 2002 and 2005). She explains that the betel containers (C.9093-9096) are called LUTUAN or SAPAH in Yakan, but that containers are only bought and used by the Yakan, not produced by them. It is commonly sold to Yakan by the Maranau people (from Lanau or Marawi in Mindanao), and may perhaps also be produced by the Maranau. They are however antique, not newly produced. C.9097a-f is newer, and of a cheaper quality. Still, it is known from rich peoples houses. For all of the items DM explains: In 1972 when President Marcos declared marshal laws the army burned down all Yakan houses in Basilan and took away all their valuables, including things like betel containers (and pearls, cloth, jewellery, mats, handmade matresses etc.). The same happened to other Muslim groups in the Southern Philippines. That is why the markets in Manila is overflowed with those kinds of items in the 1970s (and also Christian homes showed many of these confiscated valuables, especially army officers' houses).
Tid
26. november 2005 - 27. november 2005
Gendstandsoplysninger
ObjektId
110915
Genstandsnummer
C.9094
Samling
Etnografisk Samling
Materiale
Messing (Rødgylden og gylden)
Dimensioner
Bredde 21 cm, Højde 10 cm, Diameter 9 cm
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Rådata
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  "samling": "Es",
  "identifikation": "C.9094",
  "betegnelse": "Betelbeholder",
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      "term": "Tygning",
      "system": "OBJECT_CULTHIST_ETHNOGRAPHY"
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    {
      "term": "Narcotics and stimulants",
      "system": "OBJECT_CULTHIST_OCM"
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    "Beholderen består af 3 rum: stort rum i midten til betelblade og arekanødder, 2 små rum i siderne til kalk + evt. tobak. Dekoration: blomstermønster. (Verbal beskrivelse)"
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  ],
  "haendelser": [
    {
      "id": "Es-1056053",
      "titel": "Accession",
      "undertitel": "Gave",
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      "starttid": "26-11-2005",
      "sluttid": "27-11-2005",
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    },
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      "id": "Es-1056056",
      "titel": "Fund/Indsamling",
      "undertitel": "Indsamling",
      "starttid": "1-1-1978",
      "sluttid": "31-12-1979",
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      "sluttid": "1-1-1950",
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  "billeder": []
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