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Violence and ritual

This Kaxinawa (formerly Cashinahua) dagger or kapa nupa, literally “squirrel knife”, was collected in 1966 by Kenneth Kensinger. The following is an excerpt from a book co-authored by Kensinger entitled The Cashinahua of Eastern Peru. When attending fertility rituals in … Continue reading

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