阿斯馬特族

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阿斯馬特族

阿斯馬特族新畿內亞人數約70,000的族群,居住在印度尼西亞巴布亞省西南岸毗鄰阿拉弗拉海面積約19,000平方公里的島嶼上,以木刻傳統聞名於世。

雖然過去數十年間現代社會對阿斯馬特族的影響增加,但他們仍與現代社會疏離,大部分重要的文化傳統得以延續。

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延伸閱讀[编辑]

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