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February 17, 2000
Vinod Daniel, Head Researcher at the Australian Museum's Materials Conservation Department, looks through...
Sydney, Australia
VINOD DANIEL LOOKS THROUGH BRONZE SCORPION SPOON FROM INDIA IN SYDNEY.
Vinod Daniel, Head Researcher at the Australian Museum's Materials Conservation Department, looks through a traditional Indian ceremonial bronze spoon shaped in the form of a scorpion from the early nineteenth-century February 17 which is part of a collection of 33 rare and priceless objects that in a world first will be repatriated to the Indian Government Museum in Madras. The objects, which also include sacrificial swords, brass anklets, wooden carvings, an oil lamp, and cooking and serving tools, are items that were used in everyday life at the time they were collected by an Australian missionary during 1894 and 1934.

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