ethnographica

ethnographica

(ˌɛθnəˈɡræfɪkə)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) (functioning as singular) a collection of ethnographic items
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Assaf, "Hasidism in Tsarist Russia," 150; Norbert Gleszer, "Pilgrimages in Jewish Folk Religion in Hungary-From the Chassidic Courts to the Virtual Communities," Acta Ethnographica Hungarica 51 (2006): 91-104.
Marcus (eds) Ethnographica Moralia: Experiments in Interpretive Anthropology.
Die heutige Konnotation des schwabischen Phanomens" in Ethnographica et Folkloristica Carpathica, 18, Debrecen: Kapitalis Ltd.
Acta Ethnographica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 1991-1992, vol.
FINCH & CO Antiquities, Ethnographica, T +44 (0)20 7413 9937
Fairies, Vampires and Nightmares in Early Modern Spain," Acta Ethnographica Hungarica 53 (2008): 393-94; Owen Davies, "The Nightmare Experience, Sleep Paralysis, and Witchcraft Accusations," Folklore 114 (2003): 181-203; Charles Stewart, "Erotic Dreams and Nightmares from Antiquity to the Present," Journal of the Roval Anthropological Institute 8 (2002): 279-309; Sophie Bridier, Le cauchemar.
Last but not least, a number of ethnographica collected in the course of Carvalho's journey are found at the Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa; a selection of these have been studied and published in an exemplary manner a couple of years ago.
For an exhaustive early overview, see Bengt Anell and Sture Lagercrantz, Geophagical Customs (Uppsala: Studia Ethnographica Upsaliensia, 1958).
3) For a splendid introduction to the subject (with an enviably brilliant title) see Gerald Porter, 'The Tender Cabin Boy: Cannibalism and the Subject', Acta Ethnographica Hungarica, 47 (2002), 69-77; repr.
Here at Tennants I have seen good quality, fresh to the market antiques with decent provenance being snapped up by eager buyers keen to invest in areas of collecting such as books, toys, militaria (in particular medals) and ethnographica.
Un collier newar de protection", Acta Ethnographica, Acaddemiae Scientiarmu Hungaricae, Tomus 19, pp.