Anthro Tools Attributes
The attribute sets and attributes for the above class are described below. Minor edits which enhance the current definitions should be made directly to the text. Major changes or revisions which change the attribute words should follow the directions at the bottom of this page under Proposed Changes.
- A straight line with both point and feathered end depicted.
- A straight line with finger loops at one end and a throwing notch at the other.
- A curved line with either a straight or pulled string.
- Fish Trap
- Like a bow tie with one side much larger than the other. May have many lines radiating from the center point.
- A loose weave that may be thrown over small prey.
- Rabbit Stick
- A club.
- Straight line with a point or blade at one end.
- A looped string.
- Any other hunting tool.
- An Ax, Adze, or hoe like device.
- A basket shape, possibly with a handle.
- A rectangle with an interior woven design.
- A vessel shape possibly with a design.
- Foot shaped oval with various internal designs that are consistent with a sandal.
- Tool Sharpening
- Deeply worn grooves created by sharpening or polishing tools.
- Any other gathering tool.
- A war club.
- Medicine Bag
- Medicine bag.
- Elongated rectangle or oval with internal decorations -- possibly used in a dance ceremony.
- An adornment that hangs from a piece of jewelry such as a necklace or earring.
- Cane with a curved or decorative end.
- A round object decorated with animals, geometrics or humans. If held by an anthropomorphic, if should be classified as an anthropomorphic element.
- Any other ceremonial tool.
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