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Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Wooden Dayak amulet, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia, 20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong.
Dayak wooden amulets, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia, 20th century. Artist: Werner Forman
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong.
A male figure rising from a tree.
A stopper in the form of a Chinese or Malay man.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong.
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong.
A stopper in the form of horned or plumed monster, on a bamboo container for slivers of 'magic' wood.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong.
Figurative post, sometimes known as a hampatong.
Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring 'Dayak' peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health.
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