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Headhunters from the Marquesas - Designs from the Pacific

Maarten Hesselt van Dinter

Publisher: Mundurucu Publishers

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Describes the life and practises of the Marquesas head-hunter. With more than 50 beautiful image illustrating their body decoration, carvings and headhunting practises.

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