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Ethnological Museum of Berlin Amerikanische Ethnologie [VIII E Nls 163]

Hütte der Nāk-erehä ("Botokuden") am Rio Guandú (Brasilien)

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Bildunterschrift Ehrenreich, Paul. 1887. Ueber die Botocudos der brasilianischen Provinzen Espiritu santo und Minas Geraes. In: Zeitschrift für Ethnologie (Berlin) 19: 1-46, 49-82, Fig. 1, S. 23 [Zeichnung nach der vorhandenen Fotografie]:

"Fig. 1 Urwaldhütte der Nāk-erehä."

ehem. Bestand Berliner Anthropologische Gesellschaft, im Besitz SMB-PK, Ethnologisches Museum

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Kartonformat (Foto): 21 x 24,1 cm

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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Krén (Botokuden, Krenák, Aimorés)
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