Category: ethnographic objects
Use for articles originating in any culture still living or known through relatively recent history when those articles are the concern of ethnographic or ethnological study. For articles from earlier periods found in contexts of archaeological research, prefer "archaeological objects."
|Used for||anthropological materials, ethnographic materials, ethnological objects, materials, anthropological, materials, ethnographic, objects, ethnographic, objects, ethnological|
|Alternative Terms||ethnographic object|
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- RUSSIA'S ETHNOGRAPHICAL FRONTIER. (Inangahua Times, 13 May 1885) -
- THE ETHNOGRAPHICAL FRONTIER. (North Otago Times, 30 April 1885) -
- RUSSIA'S ETHNOGRAPHICAL FRONTIER. (West Coast Times, 11 May 1885) -
- Elephant Training in Nepal: Multispecies Ethnography and Rites of Passage -
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