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Polynesian tattooing: the techniques, iconography, patronage, profession, and esthetics
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|Title:||Polynesian tattooing: the techniques, iconography, patronage, profession, and esthetics|
|Authors:||Sparks, Robert William|
Ethnology -- Polynesia
|Abstract:||This paper takes a look at Polynesian tattooing in reagrds to technical, social, and aesthetic aspects. A major art form in Samoa, New Zealand and the Marquesas.|
iv, , 137 leaves illustrations, tables (1 folded)
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M.A. - Pacific Islands Studies|
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