zemi

(from the article `Native American art`) ...the area is in stone; and in this medium there are remarkably sophisticated, powerful works. Small tripointed carvings that were often human or ... [3 related articles]
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zemi

(from the article `Taino`) ...wood. A favourite form of recreation was a ball game played on rectangular courts. The Taino had an elaborate system of religious beliefs and ...
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Zemi

A zemi or cemi is a deity or ancestral spirit, and a sculptural object that houses the spirit, among the Taíno. They were also created by neighboring tribes in the Caribbean and northern South America. ==Theology== Taíno religion, as recorded by late 15th and 16th century Spaniards, centered on a supreme creator god and a fertility goddess. The ...
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