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Discipline Tutorial: Ceremonial Artifacts
Summary: Artifacts & Fiction
Discipline Tutorial
Ceremonial Artifacts & Literature

Native American sand paintings, priestly vestments and wedding huppahs are all objects used in religious ceremonies embodying the spiritual beliefs of the cultures they represent.

Discipline Tutorials are multimedia slideshows.
Each Discipline Tutorial slideshow contains numerous slides, each with 1-3 visual or audio artifacts. A narrative provides a close reading of each artifact, and relates the artifact to appropriate literary texts.

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Item #3046
serial: #3046
Lewis Hine, OLD JEWISH COUPLE, LOWER EAST SIDE (1910) courtesy of George Eastman House.

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