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of or relating to ethnology

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The Timorese Islanders came to stand paradigmatically for the region's ethnological complexity.
The first portion of the video discusses some linguistic and ethnological studies that have established a connection between Taiwanese indigenous people and most of the Austronesian culture groups that form the primary population of Southeast Asia.
Michael Farmer (who has combined over ten years of research into nineteenth century Apache history and culture with his personal southwest living experiences to fill his stories with a genuine sense of time and place), "Apacheria: True Stories of Apache Culture 1860-1920" is a compendium of brief essays, illustrative art, and photography from often obscure historical and ethnological studies of Apache history, life, and culture in the last half of the nineteenth century.
Works depict the natural beauty and ethnological treasures of the province.
and Ottoman ethnological material from Libya dating from 1551 to 1911 A.D.
The exhibition 'Sarajevo fragments of Safavid rugs' was held last night at the Ethnological Department of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the framework of the 130th anniversary of the founding of this institution of culture.
The museum was visited by students, faculty members and general public who were overwhelmed by seeing the ethnological and archaeological collection.
THE TREE OF LIFE is a new album that's described by its creators as "one part droney soundscape, one part tribal deliberation, and one part ethnological exploration." Musicians Loren Nerell and Mark Seelig have created a seamless audio journey/story that moves from a jungle teeming with life through a dark night of the soul and out again into energized strength.
Berlin, July 8 -- The Grassi Ethnological Museum in Leipzig has inaugurated a photographic Exhibition named "Sri Lankas Lacheln" - Sri Lanka's smile - on 23rd May 2014 and will host this exhibition up to 23rd August 2014.
It will continue throughout April and May in celebration of the unique, unprecedented exhibition from the Vatican Ethnological Museum currently being held at the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation, featuring traditional artefacts and material culture of Muslim communities the world over.
Hundreds of Germans, among them many families, as well as foreign diplomats attended the colorful festivities at Berlin's Ethnological Museum, featuring traditional music shows from the above mentioned countries.
At the same time, the Mission du patrimoine ethnologique (Ethnological Heritage Mission, or MPE) has initiated a collective reflection concerning the new categories and new framework of activities for intangible cultural heritage issues only very recently considered "ethnological" (2) in nature.
The exhibition is a result of collaboration between the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation and the Vatican Ethnological Museum.
It causes severe ethnological surges more devastating than climate change.