The online exhibit includes additional Kaxinawa cooking items not displayed in the physical museum. Learn about each item by scrolling through the gallery and interact with a 3D model of the small container below.

Temple Anthropology Laboratory and Museum 

Gladfelter Hall- Lower Level, Temple University

1115 Polett Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19122

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anthlab@temple.edu

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Ladle

This ladle has a narrow handle, with a side base. It is smooth, flat, and has markings on both sides of the base. Used for stirring corn soup or lifting manioc out of a bowl. Made by men and used by women.