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" Then they took a small line made of deers' skins of four fathoms long, and with a small knot the Priest made it fast about his neck, and under his left arm, and gave it unto two men standing on both sides of him, which held the ends together. Then the... "
Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the secretary of the ... - Page 566
by Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology - 1892
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The Polar Regions

Sir John Richardson - Arctic regions - 1861 - 400 pages
...with a small knoththe priest made it fast about his necke, and under his left arme, and gave it to two men standing on both sides of him, which held the ends together. Then the kettle of hote water was set before him in the square seat^ and the seat covered...
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The Lives of the Conjurors

Thomas Frost - Conjuring - 1876 - 360 pages
...hallowing. " Then they took a small line made of deer's skins of four fathoms long, and with a final knot the priest made it fast about his neck and under...standing on both sides of him, which held the ends together. Then the kettle of hot water was set before him in the square seat (at this time the square...
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Ethnological Results of the Point Barrow Expedition

John Murdoch - Barrow, Cape - 1892 - 439 pages
...skin of an antelope, three fingers in breadth, but shorter than the zennar ." * On p. 128 of Vining's An Inglorious Columbus, there is a figure of worshipers...on the present occasion only or worn constantly by the shaman. In either case the cord was " medicine." Hagennaar relates that he " saw men wearing ropes...
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Ethnological Results of the Point Barrow Expedition

John Murdoch - Barrow, Cape - 1892 - 439 pages
...skin of an antelope, three fingers in breadth, but shorter than the zennar." 4 On p. 128 of \7iuing's An Inglorious Columbus, there is a figure of worshipers...is difficult to say whether this was a cord used on tbe present occasion only or worn constantly by the shaman. In either case the cord was " medicine."...
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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of ..., Volume 2

Richard Hakluyt - Voyages and travels - 1903
...fathoms long, and with a smal knotte the Priest made it fast about his necke, and under his left arme, and gave it unto two men standing on both sides of him, which held the ends together. Then the kettle of hote water was set before him in the square seat, al this time the square...
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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the ..., Issue 2

Richard Hakluyt - Discoveries in geography - 1903
...fathoms long, and with a smal knotte the Priest made it fast about his necke, and under his left arme, and gave it unto two men standing on both sides of him, which held the ends together. Then the kettle of hote water was set before him in the square seat, al this time the square...
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Magic on the Early English Stage

Philip Butterworth - Drama - 2005 - 295 pages
...with a smal knotte the Priest made it fast about his necke, and vnder his left arme, and gaue it vnto two men standing on both sides of him, which held the ends together. Then the kettle of hote water was set before him in the square seat, al this time the square...
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Travel Narratives from the Age of Discovery: An Anthology

Peter C. Mancall - History - 2006 - 413 pages
...went into the square seat, and sat down like a tailor and sang with a strong voice or hallowing. Then they took a small line made of deers' skins of four...standing on both sides of him, which held the ends together. Then the kettle of hot water was set before him in the square seat, all this time the square...
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