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Weaving is an integral part of the tangible culture of the Tajiks. The first archaeological evidence of the emergence of weaving among Tajiks date back to Neolithic era, when weaving looms appear in the agricultural oases. Remnants of clothing...
Zergerlyk is a traditional Kazakh art of jewellery making. This art is transferred through generations from father to son, from master to journeyman. Each zerger (jewellery artist) works on its own. Zergerlyk is considered a professional art. Archeological...
The first stage of the papermaking process is cooking hard straw in the steamer for twenty-four hours to become soft. The dried straw is then immersed in a lime solution, where it stays for at least seven days to...
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The primary textile of Solomon Islanders, like that of other Pacific islanders, is barkcloth made from the whitish inner bark of a tree that...
History of the culture of Turkmen people knows a lot of musical instruments that were popular at a various periods of time. Some of...
Calligraphy is one of the most widely-heralded artistic traditions in Afghanistan, where its close associations with both religious and secular literature elevate it, in...