South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear
South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear
South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear
South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear
South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear
South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear
South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear
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South Sea / Rennel Islands Barbed Wooded Ceremonial Spear

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66cm long barbed wooden spear from Rennel Island in the Solomon islands. A couple of the teeth have been damaged but the spear is in generally good condition. Excellent addition to any collection

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Rennell Island, locally known as Mugaba, is the main island of two inhabited islands that make up the Rennell and Bellona Province in the Solomon Islands. Rennell Island has a land area of 660 square kilometres (250 sq mi) that is about 80 kilometres (50 mi) long and 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) wide. It is the second largest raised coral atoll in the world[1] with the largest lake in the insular Pacific, Lake Tegano,[2] a lake that is listed as a World Heritage Site. Rennell Island has a population of about 1,840 persons of Polynesian descent who primarily speak Rennellese, Pijin and some English. Rennell and Bellona Islands are two of the few islands in the Melanesian Solomon Island archipelago classified as a Polynesian outlier; others being Sikaiana, Ontong Java, Tikopia, Anuta, Duff Islands, and some Reef Islands.