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Record #199506:

The erens in Tuva shamanism / S.I. Vajnštejn.

Title: The erens in Tuva shamanism / S.I. Vajnštejn.
Author(s): Vajnštejn, S. I.
Vaynshteyn, S. I.
Date: 1978.
Publisher: Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó
In: Shamanism in Siberia. (1978.),
Abstract: Examines significance of Tuvan ongon or ēren. Distinguishes two kinds of ēren: zoomorphic and anthropomorphic. Discusses uses of ēren, which include protection for women in childbirth, healing of sickness in children and livestock and ritual function.
Notes:

In: Shamanism in Siberia / Vilmos Dióśzegi, Mihaly Hoppál, eds. ; translated from Russian and Hungarian by S. Simon.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Tuvintsy.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
391 -- Native costume and ornament.
391.8 -- Masks.
392 -- Social customs.
394 -- Social life.
392.3 -- Family life.
618.4 -- Childbirth.
614 -- Public health and safety.
3-053.2 -- Children and infants.
299 -- Religions, indigenous.
291.612 -- Shamanism.
291.216 -- Belief in spirits.
291.213.4 -- Ancestor cults.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*50) -- Soviet Union.
(*532.8) -- Respublika Tyva.
SPRI record no.: 199506

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