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Building a Longboat: An Essay on the Culture and History of a Bornean People by Ida Nicolaisen ISBN 13: 9788785180162

ISBN 10: 8785180165

Hardcover; Roskilde: Viking Ship Museum, 1991-12; ISBN-13: 978-8785180162

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Building a Longboat: An Essay on the Culture and History of a Bornean People

by Tinna Damgard-Sorensen, Ida Nicolaisen

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Viking Ship Museum, Roskilde, 1991-12-01. Hardcover. Good.
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Building a Longboat

Building a Longboat

by Nicolaisen, Ida and Tinna Damgard-Sorensen

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Roskilde: Vikingeskibshallen, Viking Ship Museum. Very Good. 1991. Hardcover. 8785180165 . 8vo - 25 x 17.5 cm.; 146 pp. "An essay on the culture and history of a Bornean people." Contents: The Longboat, The Punan Bah and their boats, Boat-building among the Punan Bah, The building of salui siri ajea, The tools, Toolmarks, Sailing technique, Cultural-historical perspectives, Conclusion, Kojan Kavang, the boat builder. Maps, photos, drawings, bibliography. Mapped endpapers. Light edgewear, slight bow to front board; a nice, clean copy. .
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BUILDING A LONGBOAT

by IDA NICOLAISEN

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Building a Longboat: An Essay on the Culture and History of a Bornean People

by Tinna Damgard-Sorensen/ Ida Nicolaisen

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Viking Ship Museum, Roskilde, 1991. Hardcover. New. 147 pages. 9.90x0.60x6.90 inches.
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BUILDING A LONGBOAT. An Essay on the Culture and History of a Bornean People

by Ida Nicolaisen and Tinna DangŒrd-S¿rensen

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Denamrk 1991. The Punan Bah are the best boat-builders in Borneo--and the longboat is the key to their survival. As a record of their dying culture, a longboat was constructed in the exhibition hall of the Viking Museum at Roskilde, in Denmark, by a native builder using native materials and native tools. This book follows its construction, step-by-step, thereby preserving a feat of great artistry and anthropoligcal interest., English, Year1991, Illust. B/W110, Illust. Color93, ISBN 8785180165, Code 1896. Hardbound, Not in perfect condition., Bibl. Pages 147, Size 7Óx 10Ó
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