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Sapangat: Inuit Beadwork in the Canadian Arctic

@inproceedings{Driscoll1984SapangatIB,
  title={Sapangat: Inuit Beadwork in the Canadian Arctic},
  author={Bernadette Driscoll},
  year={1984}
}
Etude des broderies en perles qui ornent les parkas des femmes Inuit des Territoires du Nord-Ouest (Canada). Leurs motifs decoratifs souvent rappellent des tatouages corporels d'autrefois. 
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