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Tiwi Pima Art : Bathurst and Melville Islands / compiled by Stephen Anderson and Raphael Apuatimi
Bib ID 115786
Format BookBook
Description Nguiu, N.T. : Nguiu Nginingawila Literature Production Centre, 1985 
20 p. : ill., map ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0731608836
Summary

Description and illustration of traditional artefacts and craft items produced for sale; includes brief notes on Tiwi social life and ceremony. (Kurlama and Pukumani)

Notes

Cover title.

Available from The Manager, Tiwi Pima Art, Bathurst Island, via Darwin, N.T. 5791.

Subjects Arts, Aboriginal Australian -- Northern Territory -- Bathurst Island.  |  Arts, Aboriginal Australian -- Northern Territory -- Melville Island.  |  Tiwi (Australian people) -- Social life and customs.  |  Death - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies.  |  Art - Crafts - Baskets and basketmaking.  |  Death - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies - Mortuary objects - Poles.  |  Art - Crafts.  |  Tiwi people (N20) (NT SC52-16)  |  Religion - Rites - Kulama yam.  |  Material culture - Bark objects.  |  Bathurst Island (NT SC52-15)  |  Yermalner / Melville Island (NT SC52-16)
Other authors/contributors Apuatimi, Raphael  |  Anderson, Stephen (Stephen Leslie)  |  Nguiu Nginingawila Literature Production Centre
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300 |a20 p. :|bill., map ;|c21 cm.
500 |aCover title.
500 |aAvailable from The Manager, Tiwi Pima Art, Bathurst Island, via Darwin, N.T. 5791.
520 |aDescription and illustration of traditional artefacts and craft items produced for sale; includes brief notes on Tiwi social life and ceremony. (Kurlama and Pukumani)
650 0 |aArts, Aboriginal Australian|zNorthern Territory|zBathurst Island.
650 0 |aArts, Aboriginal Australian|zNorthern Territory|zMelville Island.
650 0 |aTiwi (Australian people)|xSocial life and customs.
650 7 |aDeath - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aArt - Crafts - Baskets and basketmaking.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aDeath - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies - Mortuary objects - Poles.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aArt - Crafts.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aTiwi people (N20) (NT SC52-16)|2aiatsisl
650 7 |aReligion - Rites - Kulama yam.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aMaterial culture - Bark objects.|2aiatsiss
651 7 |aBathurst Island (NT SC52-15)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aYermalner / Melville Island (NT SC52-16)|2aiatsisp
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700 1 |aAnderson, Stephen|q(Stephen Leslie)
710 2 |aNguiu Nginingawila Literature Production Centre.
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