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Culture & Ethnology By Robert Harry Lowie
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The Ethnology of Europe By R. G. (Robert Gordon) Latham
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A Study in Ethnology By Jonathan Edward Feinstein
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The Earthlings called him Bob and he was just another grad student in search of a thesis, but antiquated equipment, a shoestring budget and a bad case of culture shock mixed to give him enough... More > adventures to fill a library. (Paperback Edition)< Less
A Study in Ethnology By Jonathan Edward Feinstein
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The Earthlings called him Bob and he was just another grad student in search of a thesis, but antiquated equipment, a shoestring budget and a bad case of culture shock mixed to give him enough... More > adventures to fill a library. (Hardcover Edition)< Less
A Study in Ethnology By Jonathan Edward Feinstein
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The Earthlings called him Bob and he was just another grad student in search of a thesis, but antiquated equipment, a shoestring budget and a bad case of culture shock mixed to give him enough... More > adventures to fill a library. (Paperback Edition)< Less
A Study in Ethnology By Jonathan Edward Feinstein
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AN ETHNOLOGICAL DIGEST OF THE BIBLICAL WORLD By Judd Burton
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This work will help students of the Bible understand the text in an anthropological light. The focus in this book is on the ethnicities and culture of the Bible. Researches of all varieties and... More > orientation will find this book valuable.< Less
AN ETHNOLOGICAL DIGEST OF THE BIBLICAL WORLD By Judd Burton
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This work will help students of the Bible understand the text in an anthropological light. The focus in this book is on the ethnicities and culture of the Bible. Researches of all varieties and... More > orientation will find this book valuable.< Less
PreColumbian Textiles in the Ethnological Museum in Berlin By Lena Bjerregaard
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The Ethnological Museum in Berlin, Germany, houses Europe’s largest collection of PreColumbian textiles—around 9000 well-preserved examples. Lena Bjerregaard was conservator of these... More > materials 2000-2014, and she worked with many international researchers to analyze and publicize the collection. This book includes seven of their essays on the museum’s holdings — by Bea Hoffmann, Ann Peters, Susan Bergh, Lena Bjerregaard, Jane Feltham, Katalin Nagy, and Gary Urton. Its second part is a 177-page catalogue of 273 selected representative items, arranged by period and style. There are more than 380 photographs. Styles or cultures shown include Paracas, Nasca, Sican/Lambayeque, Ychsma, Chavin, Siguas, Tiwanaku, Wari, Chimu, Central Coast, Chancay, South Coast, Inca, and Colonial. Items pictured include tunics, clothing, tapestry, hats, belts, headbands, samplers, borders, and khipus. Materials include camelid fibers, feathers, hair, cotton, reed, straw, and other plant fibers.< Less
The Karen People of Burma: A Study in Anthropology and Ethnology By Harry Ignatius Marshall
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The Karen People of Burma: A Study in Anthropology and Ethnology By H.I. Marshall. To many a visitor to Burma, who views the country from the deck of an Irrawaddy River streamer or from the window... More > of a railway carriage, there appears to be little difference between the Karen and the Burman. This is not strange, for many individuals of the non-Burman tribes wear the Burmese costume and speak the Burmese language; and they present no markedly different characteristics in feature or color of skin. I have often heard the remark that "there is no difference between the Burman and the Karen." This work deals more particularly with the Sgaw branch of the Karen people. My own experience has been more intimate with this tribe, though I have known many of the other groups. This circumstance, and the fact that the Bwe and Taungthu peoples have already been described in the Upper Burma Gazetteer, as well as the limitations of space, has led me to limit my discussion to brief references to the other tribes.< Less

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