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head-hunters of Western Amazonas

Rafael Karsten

head-hunters of Western Amazonas

the life and culture of the Jibaro Indians of eastern Ecuador and Peru /by Rafael Karsten.. --

by Rafael Karsten

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Published by AMS Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jivaro Indians,
  • Indians of South America -- Ecuador,
  • Headhunters.,
  • Jivaran languages,
  • Indians of South America -- Peru.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of the 1935 ed. published in Helsingfors, which was issued as VII, 1 of Commentationes humanarum litterarum. Includes bibliographical references and index.

    SeriesCommentationes humanarum litterarum (Suomen Tiedeseura), 7, 1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 598 p. ill. ;
    Number of Pages598
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21350338M

    The Head Hunters of Western. Amazonas. Book. Full-text available. Jul ; Fieldwork was conducted among Sahrawi refugees in western Algeria, and involved collecting data on Sahrawi. Karsten, R., , “The Head Hunters of Western Amazonas: The Life and Culture of the Jivaro Indians of Eastern Ecuador and Peru,” Societas Humanarum Litterarum, Vol. VII, No. 1, Centraltryckeriet, Helsingfors. Google ScholarCited by: 8.

    The Head-Hunters of Western Amazonas by Rafael Karsten The Head-Hunters of Western Amazonas by Rafael Karsten (pp. ) Review by: Ralph L. Beals.   Sarcophagi on a cliff face, Chachapoyas, Amazonas - Peru (Flickr/ CC BY ) The Cloud Warriors were head hunters and they used to keep the heads of their enemies as trophies. The term “sarcophagus” first appeared in Greek, where it meant “flesh eater”, but when it came to the Chachapoya, not only did they bury their dead in sarcophagi Author: Valdar.

    The Head-Hunters of Western Amazonas. By Rafael Karsten. Helsingfors, Finland: Societas Scientarium Fennica, I Pp. Das Apollonische und Dionysische bie Nietzsche und Schelling. By Otto Kein. Berlin: Junker und Diinnhaupt, I Pp. I3I. RM Die Idee des Volkes im Schrifttum der deutschen Bewegung. By Paul Kluckhohn. Berlin: Junker.   Aerial photographs of an isolated tribe in the Brazilian rain forest are yielding a sensational new look at a Neolithic way of life that has all but disappeared from the face of the Earth.


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Written in EnglishPages: The head-hunters of Western Amazonas; the life and culture of the Jibaro Indians of eastern Ecuador and Peru. (20 pages) and a section entitled “My Journeys in Western Amazonas” (64 pages). The latter apparently is intended to have popular appeal. Although uselul in giving a view of the environmental setting, it seems needlessly long for scientific purposes.

Perhaps its greatest value is in revealing some rather naive attitudes on the partAuthor: Ralph L. Beals. The Head-Hunters of Western Amazonas: The Life and Culture of the Jibaro Indians of Eastern Ecuador and Peru.

Helsinki, Helsinki, A weighty tome that deals with the Canelos Quichua, the Achuar, and the Shuar of Ecuador. The head-hunters of Western Amazonas: The life and culture of the Jibaro Indians of eastern Ecuador and Peru ([Finska vetenskaps-societeten, Helsingfors] Commentationes humanarum litterarum.

VII. 1 Washington, D.C. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletins. ASIN BZPFM; Mader, Elke (). The head-hunters of Western Amazonas: The life and culture of the Jibaro Indians of eastern Paiwan people (1, words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article Rover incident).

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As Kiper notes in “An Anthropological Perspective”, in the shamanic traditions found throughout Upper Amazon regions of Ecuador and Peru, particularly among Quechua-speaking peoples such as the Inga (Southern Pastaza Quechua).

example of the instruments used by Native Americans of the Western Amazon for ceremonies, rituals and entertainment. Gill was an adventurer and amateur ethnologist who, with his wife, built a.

g Review of The head hunters of western Amazonas, by Rafael Karsten. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 7. a Archaeological expedition to Northern Mexico, – Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society pp.

45 – Click on the title to browse this issue. Obiols, J. () Impressions of a western psychiatrist among the Shuar of Upper Amazonia, World Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting, Antalya (Turkey). Diseñ de un estudio clı nico con Author: Joan Obiols.

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Karsten, R. () The Head-Hunters of Western Amazonas, Societas Scientiarum Fennica, Commentationes Humanarum Litterarum, VII. Helsingfors. La Barre, W. () Old and New World narcotics: a statistical question and an ethno- logical by: The Amazon rainforest, also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf tropical rainforest in the Amazon biome that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America.

This basin encompasses 7, km 2 (2, sq mi), of which 5, km 2 (2, sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nates: Coordinates: 3°S 60°W / 3°S 60°W. N.A. Chagnon and W. Irons (Eds.) North Scituate, Massachusetts: Duxbury Press b pp. Jorgensen, J.G. Cross-cultural comparison.

Annual Review of Anthropology, 8: (). Karsten R. The Head-Hunters of Western Amazonas: The Life and Culture of the Jibaro Indians of Eastern Ecuador and Peru.

Helsingfors: Centraltryckeriet, Cited by: Lozi of Brotseland in north-western Rhodesia. In E. Colson & M. Gluckman (Eds.), Seven tribes of British Central Africa (pp. 1–93). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.Head Hunters of the Amazon: Seven Years of Exploration and Adventure, by Fritz W.

Up de Graff (HTML at Virginia) A Narrative of Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro: With an Account of the Native Tribes, and Observations of the Climate, Geology, and Natural History of the Amazon Valley (second edition; London et al: Ward, Lock and Co.,