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"For almost 1,000 years, the Rabari have roamed the deserts and plains of what is today western India. It is believed that this tribe, with a peculiar Persian physiognomy, migrated from the Iranian plateau more than a millennium ago. The Rabari are now found largely in Gujarat and Rajasthan.”

"For almost 1,000 years, the Rabari have roamed the deserts and plains of what is today western India. It is believed that this tribe, with a peculiar Persian physiognomy, migrated from the Iranian plateau more than a millennium ago. The Rabari are now found largely in Gujarat and Rajasthan.”

"Pendentif en forme d'oiseau". Paris, musée Guimet - musée national des Arts asiatiques - Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier

"Pendentif en forme d'oiseau". Paris, musée Guimet - musée national des Arts asiatiques - Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier

Photo of husband and wife in traditional clothes. Omo Valley Tribe, Ethiopia, Africa

Photo of husband and wife in traditional clothes. Omo Valley Tribe, Ethiopia, Africa

Africa | Issafene woman adorned with jewels.  ca. 1934 - 39.  Central Anti Atlas region | ©Jean Besancenot.

Africa | Issafene woman adorned with jewels. ca. 1934 - 39. Central Anti Atlas region | ©Jean Besancenot.

India: State, Gender, Community The Construction of Hostile Identities - The Feminist eZine

India: State, Gender, Community The Construction of Hostile Identities - The Feminist eZine

In Aztec myth, Itzpapalotl ("Clawed Butterfly"/"Obsidian Butterfly") was a fearsome skeletal warrior goddess, who ruled over Tamoanchan, the paradise of victims of infant mortality place identified where humans were created. She is the mother of Mixcoatl is particularly associated with the moth Rothschildia orizaba from the family Saturniidae. She could appear in the form of a beautiful, seductive woman or terrible goddess with a skeletal head and butterfly wings supplied with stone blades.

In Aztec myth, Itzpapalotl ("Clawed Butterfly"/"Obsidian Butterfly") was a fearsome skeletal warrior goddess, who ruled over Tamoanchan, the paradise of victims of infant mortality place identified where humans were created. She is the mother of Mixcoatl is particularly associated with the moth Rothschildia orizaba from the family Saturniidae. She could appear in the form of a beautiful, seductive woman or terrible goddess with a skeletal head and butterfly wings supplied with stone blades.

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