Tribe: Endangered Peoples of the World (Hardback)Piers Gibbon (author)
Hardback Published: 04/10/2010
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"Tribe" is about identity and belonging and the seemingly infinite ways that our species has found to make sense of the word around us. The book vividly illustrates the spiritual beliefs, concepts of beauty, home building techniques, hunting practices and every significant ritual from birth to death. Examples are drawn from nomadic reindeer hunters, the Sakha and Komi of Siberia, to the Matis of Brazil, the fishermen of the Anuta tribe in the Solomon Islands, the Akie of Tanzania, the Himalayan Adi Tribe and the Mongolian Darhad nomads. "Tribe" is an inspiring, eye-opening and sometimes poignant exploration of some of the least known people of the world.
Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
Weight: 1374 g
Dimensions: 288 x 238 x 26 mm
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