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Abansk 110
Achimota, 148
Adam Garh, 113
African Sculpture, 21, 25, 31, 33, 41, 47-48, 57, 72, 93-105, 145, 148-150
Ahaggar, 81-83, 87
Ahenzae, 100
Ainu, 117
Alaska, 26, 68, 119
Algeria, 80
Algonkin, 43
Altamira, cave, 73-74
America, see Central and Northwest America
Amur region, 63, 116
Ancestor worship, 41-42
Anchipienko, 143
Aryan Indians, 38
Ashanti, 14, 101
Assam, 113, 114
Assyria, 18, 37
Atlas region, 79-82
Atutu, 95, 97-98
Aurgnacian period, 69-72, 73, 109, 117
Australia, 26, 33, 35, 45, 73, 115, 117-120, 121, 147
Aveiro, John Alfonso d', 98
Azande, 104
Babylon, 18, 37
Bakuba, 98
Baluba, 98
Bantu, 28, 88, 93
Baoule, 98
Barlach, Ernst, 143
Bayaka, 98
Benin, 14, 93, 98-102, 148
Bilxula, 40
Bolli Atap, 41
Borneo, 41, 115, 122
Brazil, 28
Bronze casting, 93, 101
Buddhist art, 17, 37, 43, 62, 95
Burma, 113
Bushmen, 19, 24, 35, 71-72, 76,
81, 82, 85-92, 119, 133
Byzantium, 18, 24
Caledon river, 87
Cameroons, 25, 95, 98, 101, 110, 111
Caroline Islands, 124-125
Central America, 37, 101, 131
Ceylon, 40, 113-114
Chibcha, 132-133
Children's art, 65-68
Chilkat, 133
Chimaltenango, 131
China, 27, 30, 34, 43, 51, 62, 107, 109, 117
Christian art, 17, 33, 37, 62
Chuckchee, 115-116
Colombia, 37, 130-32
Columbia, British, see Northwest America.
Congo, 25, 33, 93, 95, 104, 105
Dahomey, 14
Dancing, 49, 55, 76
Decorative art, 53, 63, 93, 102
Diffusion, 16
Djattou, lion, 80
Easter Island, 121125, 127-128
Edensaw, 54
Egharevba, 100
Egypt, 18, 24, 37, 57, 80, 82-83, 95, 101, 103-104
Enwonwu, B. C., 149
Epstein, 145
Eresoyen, 100
Esie, 105
Esigie, 100
Eskimo, 14, 59, 68, 116, 119, 133-134
Ethiopia, 103
Ewuare, 100
Exogamy, 46
Eye-ornaments, 134, 137
Fetish, 43, 97
Fiji, 125
France, 70-73
Franco-Cantabrian, 73-74, 87
Freud, 49
Frobenius, Léo, 80, 102, 103

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  • Pelican Books 1
  • Title Page 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Contents 9
  • Illustrations 10
  • II- Characteristics of Primitive Art 21
  • III- Utilitarian Art and "L''Art Pour'' L''Art" 33
  • IV- Primitive Religion 37
  • V- Primitive Art and Psychoanalysis 49
  • VI- Social Implications 53
  • VIII- Children''s Art 65
  • X- Northern Africa 79
  • XI- Bushman Art 85
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