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"What in the World?" #4 (1955 circa)

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Film Id:F16-4003
Film Description:"What in the World" 4

1. Sepik river crocodile, the ghost cult. It was part of a men's house, a ghost host.
2. Two headed hippopotomus, limestone, 1st century bc- 1 century ad. Egyptian. [Brooklyn Museum].
3. Baoulé [Baule] mask, Ivory Coast, west Africa. 19th century.
4. Chipped flint spear point, Sweden/Scandinavia, Neolithic period, 10,000-5,000 bc.
5. Crocodile head (?) made of volcanic stone, Costa Rica 12-15 centuries ad. [PMA collections]
6. Pottery effigy jar, human with a hunched back. Cocle, Panama, dated 14th -15th century ad.

Features guests: Carlton Coon, (artist) Jacques Lipchitz and (actor/art collector) Vincent Price.

Video Category:Produced Film
Topics:Game shows, Archaeology, Artifacts, Artifact identification, Rainey, Froelich, Lipschitz, Jacques, Price, Vincent, Penn Museum, University Museum
Tags: Archaeology | Artifact identification | Artifacts | Game shows | Lipschitz, Jacques | Penn Museum | Price, Vincent | Rainey, Froelich | University Museum
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.

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