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Roxanne Mapp LIS 663 assignment 6 cco

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  • 1. Roxanne MappLIS 663: Metadata: Description and AccessProfessor Rick BlockAssignment 6: CCOCarved Wooden ElephantGift from Jaime JonesSide view of elephant Alternate view of elephantInside / bottom viewUnknownJamaica, West Indies, about 1999Carved Wood4” x 3.38” x 3.25”Currently part of Elephants from around the World - Collection
  • 2. Roxanne MappLIS 663: Metadata: Description and AccessProfessor Rick BlockAssignment 6: CCOMetadata Work RecordWork Type: CarvingTitle: Elephant CarvingCreator: Island CraftsmanMeasurements: 4” x 3.38” x 3.25”Value: 4 Unit: inches Type: heightValue: 3.38 Unit: inches Type: widthValue: 3.25 Unit: inches Type: depthMaterials & Techniques: Wood (part of a tree). Hand carving.Distinguishing Features: A circular indentation where a previous branch existed.The natural grain of the wood unchanged.Culture: Jamaican (Caribbean Island)Creation Date: 1999Creation Location: Jamaica, West IndiesCurrent Location: New Rochelle, New YorkDescription: This wood carving of an elephant depicting the natural elements of theindigenous island. Head of an elephant with tusks carved from part of a tree branch,the underside of the elephant resembles that of a mushroom. This elephant head carvingrepresents the natural elements of the tropical island of Jamaica.Wood carvings are frequently purchased by tourists visiting Caribbean islands.This artistic carving of an elephant was done by one of the local craftsmen who resideon the island.
  • 3. Roxanne MappLIS 663: Metadata: Description and AccessProfessor Rick BlockAssignment 6: CCOCDWA Lite<cdwalite><cdwalite:objectWorkTypeWrap><cdwalite:objectWorkType termsource=”AAT” termsourceID=”aat300178684”>environmentalart (visual works) </cdwalite:objectWorkType></cdwalite:objectWorkTypeWrap><cdwalite:titleWrap><cdwalite:titleSet><cdwalite:title pref=”preferred”> carved wooden elephant></cdwalite:title><cdwalite:sourceTitle>Carved Wooden Elephant</cdwalite:sourceTitle></cdwalite:titleSet></cdwalite:titleWrap><cdwalite:displayCreator>unknown Jamaican (2009–2010) </cdwalite:displayCreator><cdwalite:indexingCreatorWrap><cdwalite:indexingCreatorSet><cdwalite:nameCreatorSet></cdwalite:nameCreatorSet><cdwalite:nationalityCreator>Jamaican </cdwalite:nationalityCreator><cdwalite:roleCreator>craftsman </cdwalite:roleCreator></cdwalite:indexingCreatorSet></cdwalite:indexingCreatorWrap><cdwalite:displayMeasurements>4” x 3.38” x 3.25” </cdwalite:displayMeasurements><cdwalite:indexingMeasurementsWrap><cdwalite:indexingMeasurementsSet><cdwalite:measurementsSet value="4" unit="inches" type="height"/><cdwalite:measurementsSet value="3.38" unit="inches" type="width"/></cdwalite:indexingMeasurementsSet></cdwalite:indexingMeasurementsWrap><cdwalite:displayMaterialsTech>wood carving </cdwalite:displayMaterialsTech><cdwalite:indexingMaterialsTechWrap><cdwalite:indexingMaterialsTechSet><cdwalite:termMaterialsTech termsource=”AAT” termsourceID=” 300178684”> wood carving(technique)</cdwalite:termMaterialsTech> </cdwalite:indexingMaterialsTechSet></cdwalite:indexingMaterialsTechWrap><cdwalite:cultureWrap><cdwalite:culture termsource=”AAT”termsourceID=”300178684”>Jamaican</cdwalite:culture></cdwalite:cultureWrap><cdwalite:displayCreationDate>circa 1999</cdwalite:displayCreationDate><cdwalite:indexingDatesWrap>
  • 4. Roxanne MappLIS 663: Metadata: Description and AccessProfessor Rick BlockAssignment 6: CCO<cdwalite:indexingDatesSet> <cdwalite:earliestDate>1997</cdwalite:earliestDate><cdwalite:latestDate>1999</cdwalite:latestDate> </cdwalite:indexingDatesSet></cdwalite:indexingDatesWrap><cdwalite:locationWrap><cdwalite:locationSet><cdwalite:locationName type="currentLocation">Mapp residence (New Rochelle, N.Y.)</cdwalite:locationName><cdwalite:workID type="accession">4.1.4</cdwalite:workID></cdwalite:locationSet><cdwalite:locationSet><cdwalite:locationName type="creationLocation" termsource="TGN">Jamaica (WestIndies)</cdwalite:locationName></cdwalite:locationSet></cdwalite:locationWrap><cdwalite:descriptiveNoteWrap><cdwalite:descriptiveNoteSet><cdwalite:descriptiveNote> This wood carving of an elephant depicting the natural elements ofthe indigenous island. Head of an elephant with tusks carved from part of a tree branch,the underside of the elephant resembles that of a mushroom. This elephant head carvingrepresents the natural elements of the tropical island of Jamaica. Wood carvings are frequentlypurchased by tourists visiting Caribbean islands. This artistic carving of an elephant was done byone of the local craftsmen who reside on the island.</cdwalite:descriptiveNote></cdwalite:descriptiveNoteSet></cdwalite:descriptiveNoteWrap></cdwalite>