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This Chugach quiver, bow and arrows are rare examples of the type of equipment that hunters used when hunting in their kayaks. The quiver was placed on the deck of the kayak between the hunters, so that each had easy access to the arrows. The quiver is incised with abstract and geometric designs that are accented with red and black paint. The Chugach borrowed the oval-shaped design elements and other small details from neighboring Tlingit cultures.
diameter 4 in ; length 36.5 in