Sevokhi, a cult object
river Anyui, Ussuri Krai, village Tormasun
late 19th - early 20th century
Wood; cloth: cotton
Sevokhi dzaigda, a cult object. It consists of two debarked wooden sticks. The upper end symbolizes a human head, the other one is pointed for sticking in the ground; tied together with a red cloth rag. They were used as home protectors and hunting ghosts.
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