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The tattooing of both sexes in Samoa / by Carl Marquardt
Bib ID 1238084
Format BookBook
Author
Marquardt, Carl
 
Uniform Title Tatowirung beider Geschlechter in Samoa. English
Description Papakura [N.Z.] : R. McMillan, 1984 
31, 31 p., [17] p. of plates : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

First published Berlin : D. Reimer, 1899 under title: Die Tatowirung beider Geschlechter in Samoa.

Text in English and German.

"With 19 illustrative plates taken from original drawings and photographs collected in Samoa".

Subjects Tattooing -- Samoa.  |  Body-marking -- Samoa.

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