Native Weapons, engraving, Brazil, 19th century : Stock Illustration
Native Weapons, engraving, Brazil, 19th century : Stock Illustration

Native Weapons, engraving, Brazil, 19th century

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Native Weapons Brazil, engraving from the Natural History of Palms, by Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794-1868), 1823-1850, a book based on the data collected during the journey undertaken by the author with Johann Baptist Ritter von Spix (1781-1826 ), between 1817-1820. South America, 19th century.

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