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Title: To Timbuktu and Shooting Stars

Timbuktu and Shooting Stars my first trip to Timbuktu and beyond by Eva L. Baby October 25, Bamako : My friend Iduna and I got up at 4.45 a…

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From Timbuktu to North Africa, when the Sahara was a civilization's medium

Since the first travel accounts of Morocco were made by Arab and European explorers during the Middle Ages the jewellery of North Africa ha…

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Chatelaine

I'll be interested to know what you might think about this Formosan object. Obviously traded, but from where? Worn by Paiwan or Puyuma men…

Started by Victor Harta

0 Apr 2, 2015

Research paper on Tuareg and Ethiopian talisman rings

If people are interested, I have just placed the following article online: The Magic Symbol Repertoire of Talismanic Rings from East and We…

Started by Lloyd Graham

16 Sep 30, 2014
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Title: To Timbuktu and Shooting Stars

Timbuktu and Shooting Stars my first trip to Timbuktu and beyond by Eva L. Baby October 25, Bamako : My friend Iduna and I got up at 4.45 a…

Started by Eva Baby

25 Apr 3, 2014
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0 Feb 24, 2014

From Timbuktu to North Africa, when the Sahara was a civilization's medium

Since the first travel accounts of Morocco were made by Arab and European explorers during the Middle Ages the jewellery of North Africa ha…

Started by Alaa eddine SAGID

15 Feb 5, 2014
Reply by ingrid Langerak

Enough Fertility Symbols to Frighten the Bride Away from Marriage posted by Anna Garner

Enough Fertility Symbols to Frighten the Bride Away from Marriage Posted by Anna Garner on February 16, 2012 at 4:33am Send Message   Vie…

Started by SARAH CORBETT

1 Dec 9, 2012
Reply by Marianne

Harratine Berbers of Morocco

http://ethnicjewels.ning.com/forum/topics/harratine-berbers-of-morocco The above link will take you to the discussion S x

Started by SARAH CORBETT

1 Aug 1, 2012
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Cultural finds in Ghazni and Kabul : By A.Garner

In 1973, we did not have Wikipedia so I had to read about the Ghaznavid Empire from other sources, but we are now gifted with the internet.…

Started by SARAH CORBETT

9 Jun 23, 2012
Reply by Anna Garner

Enamelling in the Souss Valley. How to begin to determine age.

There are many aspects to consider in the processes of the enamelling.. First aspect to consider is the available materials. I shall not ma…

Started by SARAH CORBETT

3 Mar 24, 2012
Reply by Patricia Deany

Beads traded to Africa and their relation to enamelled wares in Southern Morocco

Further to the discussion on the use of glass beads in the production of enamelled wares.   The earliest known Venetian glass beads to be t…

Started by SARAH CORBETT

1 Mar 24, 2012
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