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Swedish Sami Drum, Museum for European Cultures in Berlin

The drum depicted and exhibited at Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Berlin, in Germany is a replica of a real Sami drum or runebomme.

Kopi av en samisk runebomme (sjaman tromme) som engang tilhørte Anders Paulsen. Copy of a Sami shaman drum that once belonged to Anders Paulsen. Source: Wikimedia GNU by Sandivas, 2007. (Cropped and modified photo).

Sami runebomme (traditional, ceremonial drum) Norway don't know date on this, may be contemporary

East Africa | Painted leather shield | ca. early 20th century

Twentieth-century Masai warrior's buffalo-hide shield from east Africa; the painted symbols/sirata identify the holder's age, clan and battle feats.

Vintage photo of swedish laplanders

I think this is a Sami cradle board

Shamaanirummun vihkiminen

Manker drum no.

Face of an Evenk shaman's drum (musee du quai Branly) that has been painted in blue and red with spirit keepers and reindeer.

Shaman: Face of an Evenk drum (musee du quai Branly) that has been painted in blue and red with spirit keepers and reindeer.

Shaman´s drum symbols in Scandinavia

Shaman´s drum symbols in Scandinavia

Exanple of Chiaku-wen 1300 BCE

Oracle bone inscription is the oldest and systemized form of Chinese character found hitherto. The words are being recorded by carving characters onto animal bones or tortoise's shells.

Gourd drum by Bonnie Gipson of Arizona gourds! I love her work & was lucky enough to take a class with her a few years back. Check out her web site: http://www.arizonagourds.com/index.html

Gourd drum by Bonnie Gibson of Arizona Gourds!

SARAKKA   women had specific goddesses, akkorna, Madderakka and her three daughters Sarakka, Juksakka and Uksakka. They lived in the tent.   Sarakka was mainly the pregnant women goddess. Both men and women sacrificed to her. Sami had her "always on the tongue and in the heart"

SARAKKA women had specific goddesses, akkorna, Madderakka and her three daughters Sarakka, Juksakka and Uksakka. They lived in the tent. Sarakka was mainly the pregnant women goddess. Both men and women sacrificed to her. Sami had her "always on the tongue and in the heart"

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