Borneo head-hunter's sword. The blade is often decorated and the hilt is carved from bone or horn, sometimes in the shape of an animal's head. The scabbard is made of two pieces of wood bound together with thongs.
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Mandau, also known as Parang, is the traditional weapon of the Dayak people of Borneo. Mandau is mostly ceremonial, however, a less elaborate version is used as an everyday practical tool. Associated with the Headhunting Ceremony, where people would gather to attack other tribes, and gather heads to be used in various festivities, m
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The 40.9 km long Mandau (Mandava) is a river in Bohemia (Czech Republic) and Saxony (Germany). It originates from multiple springs north of the 580.6m (1902 feet AMSL) Wolf Mountain (Czech: Vlčí hora, German: Wolfsberg) in the Šluknov Hook, which join in Panský (German: Herrnwalde) at 1690 feet above sea level. Coming from Zahrady (German: Gä
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Mandau is the river in central Europe. Mandau may also refer to: ...
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