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A cabinet of masks and figurines in the Pitt Rivers Museum of anthropology and archaeology in Oxford.  This museum is housed in a poorly-lit back room of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.  Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers (1827 - 1900) was one of the first archaeologists to stress the importance of collecting and cataloguing all artefacts, not just the beautiful and unusual ones.

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