Ethnographical studies : published on the occasion of the centenary of the Ethnographical Deparment, National Museum.
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Birket-Smith, Kaj, 1893-
Nationalmuseets skrifter. Etnografisk række ; no. 1.
250 p. : ill., ports., map. ; 30 cm.
Pref. signed: Kaj Birket-Smith.
C.J. Thomsen and the founding of the Ethnographical Museum, by Victor Hermansen,--Brahministic temple sculpture from India in the National Museum, by Thomas Thomsen.--Contributions to the history of some oriental bazaar crafts, by C.G. Feilberg.--Some observations on the origin of Sino-Siberian animal bronzes, by Werner Jacobsen.--Ashanti gold weights, by Carl Kjersmeier.--Wehre did the Eskimo get their copper? By Paul Bergsoe.--Early collections from the Pacific Eskimo, by Kaj Birket-Smith.--Had West Indian rock carvings a religious significance? By Gudmund Hatt.--Notes on Guatemala Indian costumes, by Jens Yde.--Some ancient specimens from western and central Polynesia, by Helge Larsen.
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