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one of tribes in Indonesia in old photo

one of tribes in Indonesia in old photo

Burmese lady with a cigar. "Frau mit Zigarre" c. 1875. Portrait by the German ethnologist and explorer Fedor Jagor who was in Rangoon collecting for Berlin museums.

Burmese lady with a cigar. "Frau mit Zigarre" c. 1875. Portrait by the German ethnologist and explorer Fedor Jagor who was in Rangoon collecting for Berlin museums.

Moro warrior from the Philipines, early1900, shown wearing locally made mail and plate armor.

Moro warrior from the Philipines, early1900, shown wearing locally made mail and plate armor.

Warriors on Nias Island. ca. 1920 | Postcard; photographer Leo Haas // Nias Island, Sumatra

Warriors on Nias Island. ca. 1920 | Postcard; photographer Leo Haas // Nias Island, Sumatra

Sasak People (West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia)

Sasak People (West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia)

Indonesia ~ Sulawesi | Toradja Priestess in Traditional Dress. Sulawesi Selatan Province | © Underwood & Underwood

Indonesia ~ Sulawesi | Toradja Priestess in Traditional Dress. Sulawesi Selatan Province | © Underwood & Underwood

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Noble warrior from South Nias wearing an impressive gold 'nifitali-tali' necklace and a large 'balatö' sword. He also wears a collection of crocodile teeth. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 48

Noble warrior from South Nias wearing an impressive gold 'nifitali-tali' necklace and a large 'balatö' sword. He also wears a collection of crocodile teeth. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 48

A Toraja shaman wearing a round bead collar and several bead necklace. ca. 1930 ||| Source; page 12, Ethnic Jewelery from Indonesia ~ http://issuu.com/edmbooks/docs/ethnic_jewellery_from_indonesia

A Toraja shaman wearing a round bead collar and several bead necklace. ca. 1930 ||| Source; page 12, Ethnic Jewelery from Indonesia ~ http://issuu.com/edmbooks/docs/ethnic_jewellery_from_indonesia

Man of Nias, Sumatra, Indonesia in ceremonial costume. Mentawai (also known as Mentawei and Mentawi) people are the native people of the Mentawai Islands, West Sumatra province, Indonesia. The Mentawai population is estimated to be about 64,000. The Mentawai language belongs to the Austronesian language family. The people are characterised by their heavy spirituality, body art and their tendency to sharpen their teeth, a practice they feel makes one beautiful.

Man of Nias, Sumatra, Indonesia in ceremonial costume. Mentawai (also known as Mentawei and Mentawi) people are the native people of the Mentawai Islands, West Sumatra province, Indonesia. The Mentawai population is estimated to be about 64,000. The Mentawai language belongs to the Austronesian language family. The people are characterised by their heavy spirituality, body art and their tendency to sharpen their teeth, a practice they feel makes one beautiful.

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