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Corn treading / representation / bullock / model

Description

Wooden bullock, part of a model showing oxen treading out corn, to a scale of 2/5 of an inch to 1 foot: Asia, South Asia, India, Bihar, Patna, 1815 – 1821

Museum reference

A.UC.832.11 A

Collection

World Culture

Object name

Corn treading / representation / bullock / model

Production information

Patna, Bihar, India, South Asia
Bihar, India, South Asia

Date

1815 - 1821

Materials

Wood, String

Physical description

Wood oxen with a length of string or rope tied around it's neck

Associations

Commissioner: Tytler, Margaret, 1785 - 1822

References

Tytler, Margaret. Catalogue of a set of models intended to illustrate the arts & manufactures of Hindostan executed under the Superintendence of the late Miss Margaret Tytler during her residence at Patna and in Tirhoot [Tirhut] from the year 1815 to 1821. With Prefatory Note by Tytler, John. Ass surgeon, Bengal Establishment, Monghyr July 1st 1824. [NMS Research Library, Special Collections]

Savignhac, P. de and Pearson. G. Asiatic Museum Illustrated, Part 1. Comprising Figures of all the Models that were Presented to the Museum by Miss Tytler, making a total of 83. Calcutta: Asiatic Lithographic Company's Press, 1828, Pl. XXII. [University of Edinburgh Library Collection]

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