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Pitt Rivers museum Oxford

Pitt Rivers museum Oxford

Skull with a mandibular tumor at the Bleuland cabinet in the University Museum Utrecht, Netherlands.  Photo credit:  © @marvinjarodd

Skull with a mandibular tumor at the Bleuland cabinet in the University Museum Utrecht, Netherlands. Photo credit: © @marvinjarodd

Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Une autre déesse des Eclairs

A la poursuite des dieux chinois : la Déesse des Eclairs

Une autre déesse des Eclairs

pitt rivers museum  | The Pitt Rivers Museum and its Shrunken Heads

pitt rivers museum | The Pitt Rivers Museum and its Shrunken Heads

Lamp in the shape of a deer, Western Han period (206 BCE–9 CE), 2nd century BCE. unearthed from Tomb 1, Dayun Mountain, Xuyi, Jiangsu. Bronze. Nanjing Museum, EX2017.1.42. Photograph © Nanjing Museum.

Lamp in the shape of a deer, Western Han period (206 BCE–9 CE), 2nd century BCE. unearthed from Tomb 1, Dayun Mountain, Xuyi, Jiangsu. Bronze. Nanjing Museum, EX2017.1.42. Photograph © Nanjing Museum.

On Friday November 23rd 2012, the galleries of the Pitt Rivers Museum were plunged into evening darkness and bathed in Bayaka music and sound from the Central African Republic. Visitors were given torches to explore the galleries that were transformed into a rich forest soundscape with sung fables, snatches of laughter, beautiful variations on harps and flutes, and the stunning polyphonic singing of Bayaka women. Hidden surprises included mini projections from the rainforests and a…

On Friday November 23rd 2012, the galleries of the Pitt Rivers Museum were plunged into evening darkness and bathed in Bayaka music and sound from the Central African Republic. Visitors were given torches to explore the galleries that were transformed into a rich forest soundscape with sung fables, snatches of laughter, beautiful variations on harps and flutes, and the stunning polyphonic singing of Bayaka women. Hidden surprises included mini projections from the rainforests and a…

Honda Tadakatsu no Kerai

Honda Tadakatsu no Kerai

Skull of a deceased relative, painted red and decorated with shells. At the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford.

Skull of a deceased relative, painted red and decorated with shells. At the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford.

by Firman Hatibu #Skulls  http://www.creativeboysclub.com/wall/creative

by Firman Hatibu #Skulls http://www.creativeboysclub.com/wall/creative

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