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"Jivaro" is a 1954 romantic adventure film directed by Edward Ludwig.

Phrases with Jivaro

  1. Arcas Jivaro
  2. Hydraena jivaro
  3. Pimelodus jivaro
  4. Teucholabis Jivaro
  5. Anacroneuria Jivaro
  6. Species Arcas Jivaro
  7. species Hydraena jivaro
  8. species Pimelodus jivaro
  9. Species Anacroneuria Jivaro

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Google previewEthnic Groups of the Americas: An Encyclopedia (2013)

An Encyclopedia by James B. Minahan

The trade, particularly the introduction of guns, increased local warfare, including the tra— ditional head—hunting that contributed to the notoriety of the Jivaros as a violent and savage people. Prior to the increase in mission influence in the 1940s and 1950s, Jivaro culture functioned as an organized warrior society. Roman Catholic mission— aries promoted Jivaro settlements known as centros that facilitated conversions ...

Google previewDictionary of Indian Tribes of the Americas (1995)

by Jan Onofrio

Occupying the Morona- Santiago, Zamora Chinchipe, and Pastaza provinces near the Peruvian border with Ecuador, the Jivaros rejected intrusions by all outsiders. Some seventy-five Jivaro groups comprise a total population estimated at about 13,000. The warlike tendencies for which they, along with the smaller group of Aucas, are known were probably once ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Shamanism (2015)

by Graham Harvey, Robert J. Wallis

Harner studied shamanism as an anthropologist and shamanic practitioner among the Untusuri Shuar (Jivaro) ...

Google previewThe Watkins Dictionary of Magic (2012)

Over 3000 Entries on the World of Magical Formulas, Secret Symbols and the Occult by Nevill Drury

Natema Among the Jivaro Indians of Ecuador, a sacramental, hallucinogenic beverage made from the leaves of the banisteriopsis vine. Jivaro shamans drink the brew in order to have initiatory visions. See also Ayahuasca; Hallucination; Initiation; Tsentsak. Nativity See Horoscope, Natal. Natural Magic See Magic, Natural. Nature Spirit A popular name.

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Anthropology (2000)

by Darshan Singh Maini

For the Abipone, Bororo, Jivaro, Mundurucu, Nambiacuari, Toba, Tocano, and Tupinamba, the sources offer nothing with respect to peacemaking with alien tribes, though some internal settlements are resolved by the payment of wergild ( HRAF). Sometimes such payments are ritualized. The Jivaro shaman, for instance, buries a lance (said to contain the animosity between the conflicting parties) in a place hidden deep in the forest so that the antagonists cannot uncover it. Apparently ...

Google previewSubject Headings Used in the Dictionary Catalogues of the Library of Congress (1919)

by Library of Congress. Catalog Division, Mary Wilson MacNair

Indians; Caraja Indians; Carib Indians; Catoquina Indians; Cayapos Indians; Charrua Indians; Chibcha Indians; Chimus; Chiquito Indians; Chonos; Crichaná Indians; Cumana Indians; Fuegians; Guarani Indians; Guarpe Indians; Guayaqui Indians; Ipurucotó Indians; Jivaro Indians; Juruna Indians; Kechua Indians; Machigangas; Macuchy Indians; Mataco Indians; Mayna Indians; Moxo Indians; Ona Indians; Palenque Indians; Paramona Indians; Puquina Indians; Querandi Indians; ...

Google previewThe New Weapons of the World Encyclopedia (2007)

An International Encyclopedia from 5000 B.C. to the 21st Century by Diagram Group

Jivaro Indian double- ended dagger of wood. Combines the two common directions of thrust. From Ecuador. 10 North American Indian wooden dagger. NW coast area. 11 Eskimo bone dagger, its grip bound with animal sinew. World daggers 1 A wide variety of hilt and metal. Non-metal daggers make less satisfactory weapons than daggers made of metal. , Minerals, although sharp, tend to be brittle; other common materials — bone, horn and wood — offer an acceptable point but ...

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