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  • Fibule du Maghreb

    Ethnic Style: History and Fashion - by Berenice Geoffrey-Schneiter - Assouline 2001 - 140pp (english version) - - - splendid array of body decorations found throughout indigenous cultures from Africa, the Middle East, & Asia to North, Central, & South America -piercing, tattooing, scarification, and painting, along with characteristic clothing and jewelry

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