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Nyaneynya Seratetto, a Nenets woman, holds an amulet figure that represents a copy of herself. It was given to her by her father to protect her after she was diagnosed with a heart condition. Yamal, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2602-14
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RY.2602-14
Nyaneynya Seratetto, a Nenets woman, holds an amulet figure that represents a copy of herself. It was given to her by her father to protect her after she was diagnosed with a heart condition. Yamal, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2602-15
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RY.2602-15
Nyaneynya Seratetto, a Nenets woman, holds an amulet figure that represents a copy of herself. It was given to her by her father to protect her after she was diagnosed with a heart condition. Yamal, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2304-28
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Nikolai Taibery, a Nenets reindeer herder, holds his traditional belt with a knife, tools and a bear tooth amulet hanging from it. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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A Nenets reindeer herder's, traditional belt with a bear tooth amulet hanging from it to protect the wearer. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.2301-16
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RY.2301-16
A detail of the back of a Komi reindeer herder's belt. The bear's tooth hanging from it is an amulet to protect the wearer from evil. Similar belts are also worn by the Nenets and Khanty. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.2014-17
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RY.2014-17
A Nenets man's amulet, the double of a person, used to protect them in life and as a memory after their death. Yamal, Western Siberia.
RY.2014-18
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RY.2014-18
A Nenets woman's amulet, the double of a person, used to protect them in life and as a memory after their death. Yamal, Western Siberia.
RY.2015-15
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RY.2015-15
A Nenets man's amulet, the double of a person, used to protect them in life and as a memory after their death. Yamal, Western Siberia.
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A wooden amulet used by a shaman of the Nanais people to heal back ailments. Khabarovsk Region, Eastern Siberia, Russia.
RY.0409-28
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RY.0409-28
During a ritual, Hek, a Nenets elder, unpacks the idols from his sacred sled to feed them. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.0802-20
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RY.0802-20
Section of a traditional Nenets man's belt with copper ornaments and bear claw amulets. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia.
RY.0610-01
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A Nenets man's belt with a knife and decorated with mammoth ivory and bear tooth amulets. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia
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Engraved walrus ivory amulet with a polar bear and seal. Uelen, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Siberia, Russia.
RY.0405-14
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RY.0405-14
During a ritual, A Nenets elder, unpacks the idols from his sacred sled to feed them. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.0407-17
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RY.0407-17
During a ritual, Hek, a Nenets elder, unpacks the idols from his sacred sled to feed them. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.0407-20
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RY.0407-20
During a ritual, Hek, a Nenets elder, holds an idol from his sacred sled to feed it. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.0409-05
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RY.0409-05
During a ritual, Hek, a Nenets elder, unpacks the idols from his sacred sled to feed them. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.0409-06
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RY.0409-06
During a ritual, Hek, a Nenets elder, unpacks the idols from his sacred sled to feed them. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.0409-11
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RY.0409-11
During a ritual, Hek, a Nenets elder, feeds the idols on his sacred sled. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.0410-03
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RY.0410-03
During a ritual, Hek, a Nenets elder, unpacks the idols from his sacred sled to feed them. Yamal, Siberia, Russia
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A Koryak reindeer herders idol (circa 1870) which protects the family. Koryakia Kamchatka, Siberia, Russia.
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A Koryak reindeer herders idol (circa 1870) which protects the family.Koryakia Kamchatka, Siberia, Russia.
 

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