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Copper carving depicting a Sámi shaman from Meråker, Nord-Trøndelag with his drum (meavrresgárri / gievrie).

Date 18th century.
Source Leem, Knud (1767). Beskrivelse over Finnmarkens Lapper, deres Tungemaal, Levemaade og forrige Afgudsdyrkelse (Copenhagen: 1767).
Author O. H. von Lode
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The motives on the drum are shown in File:Sámi mythology shaman drum Samisk mytologi schamantrumma 006.png and File:Sámi mythology shaman drum Samisk mytologi schamantrumma 007.png


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current06:30, 5 April 2013Thumbnail for version as of 06:30, 5 April 20131,313 × 1,792 (972 KB)SkogsfrunNew scanning from the book, with better quality
14:37, 8 September 2006Thumbnail for version as of 14:37, 8 September 2006429 × 599 (87 KB)Gabriel KiellandCopper carving (XVIIIth century) showing a shaman with his magic drum (meavrresgárri). Carving made by O.H. von Lode, for a book by nn:Knud Leem : “Beskrivelse over Finnmarkens Lapper, deres Tungemaal, Levenmaade og forrige Afgudsdyrkelse”, [[no:
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