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" The form and ornamental designs of their utensils display real artistic taste, while the temper of their iron-implements is often superior to that of the imported European hardware. Here again the observation has been made, that the tribes most addicted... "
The Earth and Its Inhabitants: Africa - Page 461
by Elisée Reclus - 1886
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The Earth and Its Inhabitants ...

Elisée Reclus - Geography - 1892
...barter in human fat as a universal staple of trade; and amongst the Monbuttu, who cure for future uso the bodies of the slain in battle, and "drive their...and devotion for the weaker sex. .East side Victoria Nyanza, dominant from the "Wa-Soga territory to the Kerewd Island, south-east corner of the lako. Speech...
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Man, Past and Present

Augustus Henry Keane - Anthropology - 1899 - 584 pages
...ornamental designs of their utensils display real artistic taste, while the temper of their iron implements is often superior to that of the imported European...are distinguished by their regard and devotion for their women and children. In one respect all these peoples show a higher degree of intelligence even...
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The world's peoples: a popular account of their bodily & mental characters ...

Augustus Henry Keane - Ethnology - 1908 - 434 pages
...again it has been noticed, as often elsewhere, that the tribes most addicted to cannibalism usually excel in mental qualities and physical energy. Nor are they strangers to the finer feelings of humanity, and above all the surrounding peoples the Zandehs are distinguished by their attachment to...
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The World's Peoples: A Popular Account of Their Bodily & Mental Characters ...

Augustus Henry Keane - Ethnology - 1908 - 434 pages
...again it has been noticed, as often elsewhere, that the tribes most addicted to cannibalism usually excel in mental qualities and physical energy. Nor are they strangers to the finer feelings of humanity, and above all the surrounding peoples the Zandehs are distinguished by their attachment to...
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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain ..., Volume 14

Anthropology - 1885
...ornamental designs of their utensils display real artistic taste, while the temper of their iron implements is often superior to that of the imported European...distinguished by their regard and devotion for the weaker sex. THE SEMITES. from prehistoric times, mainly iii the Abyssinian highlands beyond the Egyptian frontier—Tigre...
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man past and present

...ornamental designs of their utensils display real artistic taste, while the temper of their iron implements is often superior to that of the imported European...are distinguished by their regard and devotion for their women and children. In one respect all these peoples show a higher degree of intelligence even...
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man past and present

...ornamental designs of their utensils display real artistic taste, while the temper of their iron implements is often superior to that of the imported European...are distinguished by their regard and devotion for their women and ch1ldren. In one respect all these peoples show a higher degree of intelligence even...
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