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Things of the palace : a catalogue of the Bamum Palace Museum in Foumban (Cameroon) / Christraud Geary ; with drawings by Gisela Wittner
Bib ID 90201
Format BookBook
Author
Geary, Christraud M
 
Edition Englische Ausgabe. 
Description Wiesbaden : F. Steiner Verlag, 1983 
xvi, 213 p., [147] p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 3515029249 (paperback)
Series

Studien zur Kulturkunde ; 60. Bd.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [206]-213.

Subjects Bamum Palace Museum -- Catalogs.  |  Bamun (African people) -- Material culture -- Catalogs.  |  Bamun (African people) -- History.
Other authors/contributors Bamum Palace Museum

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