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Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko bowed at the garden of the palace when the sacred objects departed from the temporary room, the agency said.
For decades, he worked out of a studio he called "The Factory" in the small Swiss village of Tegna, conceiving exhibitions that were international in scope and consistently dodging the categories of traditional museum practice, often daring to place historical and contemporary artworks beside anthropological artifacts, sacred objects, technical devices, and occult instruments.
Other major works followed: The Secrets of the Tarot: Origins, History, and Symbolism (1984), The Skeptical Feminist: Discovering the Virgin, Mother, and Crone (1987), The Woman's Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects (1988), The Book of Sacred Stones: Fact and Fallacy in the Crystal World (1989, with Werner P.
Tony Blair must return Ethiopian sacred objects and ancient artefacts looted by British troops more than a century ago and now locked up in museums and royal palaces, a leading scholar demanded yesterday.
To Native American groups and their supporters, NAGPRA and similar laws are long-overdue measures that protect burial remains and sacred objects, helping redress the wrongs Indians have suffered since 1492.
KARACHI -- The Interfaith Harmony Conference titled " Deen ka Hussan, Aman, Bardasht aur Sabr-o-Tahamul" organized by ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony here on Tuesday urged the United Nations (UN) to enact laws for respect of sacred objects.
Art, architecture, body ornamentation, sacred objects, ceremonies, and performances of the Osage are all contemplated in this multilayered and thoughtful study, enriched with a handful of black-and-white photographs, chapter notes, and a bibliography.
He was active in creating initiatives to support the revitalization of Oneida culture and return of historic Haudenosaunee sacred objects and items.
The pattern of stars represented the outlines of their gods, mythical characters, sacred objects and supernatural beings from the legends of the day.
In 2000, the Glenbow returned 251 sacred objects to the Blackfoot.
The museum's own collection of Ethiopian icons, stone-carved triptychs and sacred objects will also be on display.