Maasai Hunting Trophies SB.1.142

Maasai Hunting Trophies SB.1.142

SB.1.142
Hunting trophies (2/2)
Hunting trophies (2/2). Maasai. Kenya. No 15. XIV.EB.2. Original list: "Maasai. Trophy. Lion hair. Man, warrior". Two brown fur balls, stiffened over time and originally kept by Maasai men, as souvenirs and / or hunting trophies. "Samburu and Maasai remove fur balls from the stomach of their cows as a remembrance. They take similar balls from the stomach of a lion when they kill it. Some claim to be able to tell the sex and age of lion by examining the ball" (Donovan. 2004: 125).
Category: Hunting Trophy
Subject: Lion Fur Balls
Location: Kenya
Size in Centimeters:
Length: 5.5
Width: 4.5
Height: 4
Other dim .: 1/3 Original list: W: 4 H: 5.5 L: 4.5

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