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Sami runic calendar made from tree, Lappland, Sweden.

Old Sami runic calendars, carved from wood.

For the Sami belt. Nordisk samisk sølvpynt til belte. Trinity symbol.

For the Sami belt. Nordisk samisk sølvpynt til belte.

Young Sami Nils Peter checks a reindeer before the migration. Kautokeino. Sapmi. North Norway.

Young Sami Nils Peter checks a reindeer before the migration.

*The Saami - Samisk - Sámi*: walkingsitck handles

*The Saami - Samisk - Sámi* - Old Walking sticks with engraved patterns.

Silver Jewelry; Sami-Museum, Karasjok, Norway by dietz_helmut, via Flickr

Silver Jewelry; Sami-Museum, Karasjok, Norway by dietz_helmut, via Flickr

People outside Handöl Sami chapel. The chapel was built for the Sami people who lived in the mountains near the Norwegian border. It was inaugurated in 1804.  Personer utanför Handöls samekapell. Kapellet byggdes för samerna som levde i fjällvärlden nära norska gränsen. Det invigdes 1804.  Parish (socken): Åre Province (landskap): Jämtland Municipality (kommun): Åre County (län): Jämtland  Photograph by: Axel Lindahl Date: c. 1900 Format: Print  Persistent URL: kmb.raa.se/cocoon/bil...

Handöl Sami Chapel, Jämtland, Sweden People outside Handöl Sami Chapel. The chapel was built for the Sami people who lived in the mountains near the Norwegian border. It was inaugurated in

889 Bronze Iron Age Lappland Arjeplog Rackträk Dellaure, Iron Age Symbol

Lappland, Iron Age, Scandinavian, Bronze

Swedish Sami Drum Museum Berlin | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The drum depicted and exhibited at Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Berlin, in Germany is a replica of a real Sami drum or runebomme.

*The Saami - Samisk - Sámi*: Saami metal embroidery, belts, purses and bone ornament decor - Samisk metalltrådsbroderi, belter, vesker og beindekorasjoner

*The Saami - Samisk - Sámi*: Saami metal embroidery

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Saami reindeer antler candle holder, n. It is 46 cm x 54 cm

DigitaltMuseum - Runkalender

se “Typically fabricated from wood or reindeer antler, this calendar was used to keep track of both natural phenomena and religious occurrences.

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