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Bark painting depicting an exaggerated and distorted female figure.
Stele with relief sculpture of Horus with the side-lock of hair of youth, standing on two crocodiles.
Bark painting depicting an exaggerated and distorted female figure.
Breast yoke used to help in carrying heavy packs, Eskimo, south-west Alaska. Artist: Werner Forman
Carving of Tupilak, a grotesque evil spirit which was half raven, half dead child.
A small gold and enamelled reliquary which would have been worn around the neck to protect the owner from harm.
View of the 'Jaguar Cage', Olmec, Mexico, 1100-450 BC. Artist: Werner Forman
Schist stele with relief sculpture of Horus, Ancient Egyptian, Ptolemaic period, c305-30 BC.
Reverse view of Horus stele, with relief mask of the god Bes, above a hieroglyphic text.
Breast yoke used to help in carrying heavy packs.
A figurine called a Tupilak created by a shaman for the purpose of bringing harm to someone else.
View of the 'Jaguar Cage', a structure constructed of huge basalt cylinders.
A small gold and enamelled reliquary which would have been worn around the neck to protect the owner from harm.
Wood, ivory and bone Eskimo shamanistic figure, East Greenland. Artist: Werner Forman
Stele with relief sculpture of Horus with the side-lock of hair of youth, standing on two crocodiles.
Bark painting depicting copulating figures.
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