vi,232 pp. Original wrappers. With map, 1 figure in text, and large folding table – Series: University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology – Volume 33, No. 1 + 2 – Edwin Meyer Loeb (1894-1966) – Anthropologist – Kuksu cult, a religion of secret societies and rituals that spread to a number of California tribes. The cult’s main purposes were to bring strength to young male initiates, to bring fertility to natural crops, and to ward off natural disasters. – Wrappers damaged, and traces of age throughout – still a good and complete 2-volume set
Auteur: LOEB, E.M.
Uitgeverij: University of California Press