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Drawing with great needles : ancient tattoo traditions of North America

Auteur(s) : Deter-Wolf, Aaron (Éd.)
Diaz-Granados, Carol (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xv-293 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Publication : Austin : University of Texas press, 2013.Cote : N.444Note : Bibliogr. p. 253-280 ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Ethnohistoire | TatouageThématique spécifique : Archéologie | Statut social | Culture matérielle | Outil | Scarification | Ornement corporel | Symbolisme | Pictogramme | Totem | Guerrier | Honneur | Sacré | Cosmologie Géographique : Amérique du Nord
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Introduction / Diaz-Granados, Carol and Deter-Wolf, Aaron --
Native American tattooing in the protohistoric Southeast / Wallace, Antoinette B. --
Needle in a haystack. Examining the archaeological evidence for prehistoric tattooing / Deter-Wolf, Aaron --
Swift creek paddle designs as tattoos. Ethnographic insights on prehistoric body decoration and material culture / Steere, Benjamin A. --
Tattoos, totem marks, and war clubs. Projecting power through visual symbolism in Northern Woodlands culture/ Krutak, Lars --
The art of enchantment. Corporeal marking and tattooing bundles of the Great Plains / Krutak, Lars --
Identifying the face of the sacred. Tattooing the images of gods and heroes in the art of the Mississipian period / Reilly III, F. Kent --
Dhegihan tattoos. Markings that consecrate, empower, and designate lineage / Duncan, James R. --
Sharing life from the stars and the sun. Mississipian tattooing and the enduring cycle of life and death / Dye, David H.

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