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Old November 6th, 2017, 10:45 AM   #12
Martin Andersen
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This Kirghiz ceremonial yurt and its “canopy” could/should perhaps have been a part of Rageth´s argument It does somehow sustains that the idea of a "baldachin-yurtdoor-rug" may have been a part of ceremonial decorations surrounding the yurt entrance in the time of the rug weaving people of our interesse. Shortly put it is the the relation between representational tent, baldachin and throne (sitting-position) which Rageth sees as having been stylized into the format of the Ensi.



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