Artefacts and Oral Traditions: Ways in which Artefacts and Craft Objects Have Evolved in Relation to Oral Traditions in Ireland, Bulgaria, Tunisia, Mexico and Guatemala ; the Making of Craft Objects in Connexion with African Oral Tradition
Unesco, 1975 - Art and anthropology - 91 pages
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