Corrobboree wand or "yai-iua", long roll made by strands and folds of dried grass and paper bark tightly bound together with hair string, coated with lime and surmounted by tuff of feathers, for healing backache, Kakadu tribe N. Australia, 1880-1920
- Ethnography and Folk Medicine
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- human remains
- Wellcome Trust
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