Social aspects of pottery manufacture in Boera, Papua New Guinea
The prehistoric and historic indigenous pottery traditions of Papua New Guinea have been studied in considerable detail. From ethnographic records it is known that pottery was made in certain, mainly lowland, localities. These include many villages along the north coast from Sepik Province to Milne Bay, a few villages on the south eastern coast; many inland villages in Sepik and Madang Provinces; and a very few villages in the Eastern Highlands. In the islands pottery was made in some...[Show more]
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