Group of arrows

Miyanmin people
Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea
Various woods, pigments and bone

Some have carved and painted heads or foreshafts. Multi-pronged arrows are for shooting birds. Plain barbed hardwood points are for hunting marsupials. Covered and painted palm wood points (some with bone points attached). Bamboo-bladed arrows with carved and painted foreshafts are for warfare and hunting large game.