Kokopelli: Casanova of the Cliff Dwellers; The Hunchbacked Flute Player

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Filter Press, 1990 - Social Science - 29 pages
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The traveling salesman/hunchbacked flute player may have used the flute as a notice to villagers that he was coming in peace - a personality, an individual, the personification of a legend, a beneficent god to some and a confounded nuisance to others.

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User Review  - gcamp - LibraryThing

This is a very short document about Kokopelli who is often seen in petroglyphs around the Southwest. The author has included many pictures and tells where these art works can be found. However, I was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Grace - Goodreads

This is a very short document about Kokopelli who is often seen in petroglyphs around the Southwest. The author has included many pictures and tells where these art works can be found. However, I was ... Read full review

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