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HAP0903-20
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A Greenlandic Tupilak figure featuring a raven made from a sperm whale tooth. Thule, Northwest Greenland
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An Inuit girl pulls her face to resemble a Qivitoq (a mythical Greenlandic figure). Moriussaq, Northwest Greenland
HAP0903-01
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A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from walrus ivory & polar bear fur. Thule, Northwest Greenland
HAP0903-06
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A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from walrus ivory. Thule, Northwest Greenland
HAP0903-10
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A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from walrus ivory. Thule, Northwest Greenland
HAP0903-18
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HAP0903-18
A Greenlandic Tupilak figure made from a sperm whale tooth. Thule, Northwest Greenland
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Crew in fancy dress at the Neptune arctic circle party on the Russian Nuclear Icebreaker, Sovetskiy Soyuz on its way to the North Pole.
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Crew in fancy dress at the Neptune party on the Russian Nuclear Icebreaker, Sovetskiy Soyuz on its way to the North Pole.
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Belief in Yule lads is ancient. They were trolls, known for making mischief at Christmas. Now they are seen in a more benevolent role, as they merge with Santa Claus. Iceland. (MR)
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Belief in Yule lads is ancient. They were trolls, known for making mischief at Christmas. Now they are seen in a more benevolent role, as they merge with Santa Claus. Iceland. (MR)
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Belief in Yule lads is ancient. They were trolls, known for making mischief at Christmas. Now they are seen in a more benevolent role, as they merge with Santa Claus. Iceland. (MR)
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Yule Lad, Santa Claus on New Years Eve. Reykjavik, Iceland (Model Released)
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Inuit carving on reindeer antler depicting the Sedna Myth. By Yvonne Kayotak, Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada.
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Engraved walrus tusk "Legend of the Giant Logolin" (1976) by Emkul. Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
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Children climb a huge Troll. Dombas, Central Norway
 

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