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Lunch At Allens

Lunch At Allens is a band consisting of four Canadian artists of folk, country, and popular music, Cindy Church, Marc Jordan, Murray McLauchlan & Ian Thomas. Their name comes from the fact that three of the four members - Marc Jordan, Murray McLa ...

                                               

The Raftsmen

The Raftsmen was a Canadian folk music group active through the early and mid-1960s. They performed Canadian and traditional folk songs, as did another similar group, The Travellers. The Raftsmen collectively played 15 different instruments, incl ...

                                               

Rare Air

Rare Air, formerly Na Cabarfeidh, was a Canadian band that played an eccentric mix of instruments, including bagpipes, flutes, whistles, bombardes, bass guitar, and keyboards. Its first two albums were released under the name Na Cabarfeidh and th ...

                                               

The Saunders Brothers Show

The Saunders Brothers Show is a Canadian Comedy/Celtic band from Nova Scotia. Billed as "East Coast music with a twist", the band is well known for their outrageously comedic bantering demeanor and audience participation, complemented by extreme ...

                                               

Canadian folk rock groups

                                               

Canadian indie folk groups

                                               

Akhty (deity)

Akhty was depicted as a northern bald ibis. The bird depiction was often guided by the hieroglyphic sign for "god", Netjer. See a picture on the statue of the priest Redjit.

                                               

Hedjhotep

Hedjhotep was a minor ancient Egyptian deity, a god of fabrics and clothes and, to a lesser extent, of weaving and the deceased. Hedjhotep is sometimes described as a goddess rather than a god, holding a wadj-scepter and ankh sign. He possibly or ...

                                               

Mehen

The earliest references to Mehen occur in the Coffin Texts. Mehen is a protective deity who is depicted as a snake which coils around the sun god Ra during his journey through the night, for instance in the Amduat. In the German-Egyptian dictiona ...

                                               

Nemty

In Egyptian mythology, Nemty was a god whose worship centred at Antaeopolis, in the northern part of Upper Egypt. Nemtys worship is quite ancient, dating from at least the 2nd dynasty, at which point he already had priests dedicated to his cult. ...

                                               

Shed (deity)

Shed was a deity from ancient Egyptian religion. Popularly called "the Savior", he is first recorded after the Amarna Period. Representing the concept of salvation, Shed is identified with Horus, particularly Horus the Child. Rather than have for ...

                                               

Tatenen

Tatenen was the deity of the primordial mound in ancient Egyptian religion. His name means "risen land" or "exalted earth", as well as referring to the silt of the Nile. As a primeval chthonic deity, Tatenen was identified with creation. Both fem ...

                                               

Weneg (Egyptian deity)

Weneg was a sky and death deity from ancient Egyptian religion, who was said to protect the earth and her inhabitants against the arrival of the "great chaos".

                                               

Horus

                                               

Paut

                                               

Souls of Pe and Nekhen

The Souls of Pe and Nekhen, mentioned first in the Pyramid Texts, refer to the ancestors of the ancient Egyptian kings. Nekhen was the Upper Egyptian centre of the worship of the god Horus, whose successors the Egyptian pharaohs were thought to b ...

                                               

Four sons of Horus

                                               

Anubis

                                               

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Devils Humps, Stoughton

The Devils Humps are four Bronze Age barrows situated on Bow Hill on the South Downs near Stoughton, West Sussex. They are situated on a downland ridgeway crossed by an ancient trackway, above Kingley Vale. The Devils Humps are counted among the ...

                                               

Devils Jumps, Treyford

The Devils Jumps are a group of five large bell barrows situated on the South Downs 1.2 kilometres south-east of Treyford in the county of West Sussex in southern England. The Devils Jumps site is listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and as a L ...

                                               

Torberry Hill

Torberry Hill is an Iron Age hillfort in the county of West Sussex, in southern England. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument, with a list entry identification number of 1015966. The hill fort is located within the parish of Harting, within the Sou ...

                                               

Folklore Museum of Edessa

The museum is located in the city of in Edessa in Macedonia, Greece. It was founded twenty years ago on the initiative of the local Alexander the Great Association. It has recently passed into the hands of the Municipality of Edessa. Following an ...

                                               

Folklore Museum of the Lyceum of Hellenic Women

The Folklore Museum is located in Naoussa, Central Macedonia, Greece. It was founded in 1968 by the Lyceum of Hellenic Women with the aim of saving and preserving the customs of Naoussa and the surrounding area. The premises were supplied by the ...

                                               

Folklore Museum of Veroia

The Folklore Museum of Veroia is located in Veroia, Imathia, Central Macedonia, Greece. It is located in the city center, behind the cathedral. It is housed in the Sarafoglou Residence, a large town-house that was built in the eighteenth century ...

                                               

Petrokerasa Folklore Museum

The museum is located in the village of Petrokerasa, Thessaloniki regional unit, Greece. It is situated in the highlands north of the Chalkidiki peninsula. It was founded in 1976 aiming to preserve and perpetuate the folk tradition and folk herit ...

                                               

Armenochori, Greece

Armenochori, is a village in the Florina regional unit, northern Greece. It is situated along the Greek National Road 2, 4 km northeast of Florina. In 1990 the Armenochori Cultural Society started collecting objects from folk culture which led to ...

                                               

Folklore Museum (Kastanofyto)

The folklore museum in Kastanofyto was set up in 1994 by the Kastanofyto Cultural Association in the building that used to house the primary school. The museum was established to preserve objects associated with the folk tradition so that generat ...

                                               

Folklore Museum (Lehovo)

Lechovo is a historic village on the Kastoria–Amyndaio road, near the Kleissoura pass. In 1977, the Prophet Elijah Association of Lehovites started to collect artefacts of folk culture and ecclesiastical objects and to put together its folklore c ...

                                               

Husna Bai

Husna Jan or Husna Ba i was a Tawaif and a Thumri singer of Banaras during the late 19th and the early 20th century. She was known in Uttar Pradesh as an expert in khayal, thumri and tappa gayaki. She is credited with redefining and revolutionisi ...

                                               

Indie folk albums by artists from Northern Ireland

                                               

Folk rock albums by artists from Northern Ireland

                                               

Nakisawame

Nakisawame is a female kami in Japanese mythology. During the myth of the Birth of the Gods, in which the goddess Izanami died after giving birth to the fire deity Kagu-tsuchi, Izunagi clung to his wifes dead body and cried. From his tears, Nakis ...

                                               

Mescalero, New Mexico

Mescalero is a census-designated place in Otero County, New Mexico, United States, located on the Mescalero Apache Reservation. The population was 1.338 at the 2010 census.

                                               

Western Apache people

The Western Apache live primarily in east central Arizona, in the United States. Most live within reservations. The Fort Apache Indian Reservation, San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, Yavapai-Apache Nation, Tonto Apache, and the Fort McDowell Y ...

                                               

Coastal false asphodel

Triantha racemosa, commonly called the coastal false asphodel or southern bog asphodel, is a species of flowering plant in the Tofieldia family. It is native to the Coastal Plain of the Southeastern United States, although there are a few disjunc ...

                                               

Ixtenco

Ixtenco is located in Ixtenco Municipality in the southeast of the Mexican state of Tlaxcala. It is a traditional Otomi community, which has conserved its agricultural economic base and various traditions. However, it is one of the poorest and le ...

                                               

Maricopa people

The Maricopa or Piipaash are a Native American tribe, who live in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and Gila River Indian Community along with the Pima, a tribe with whom the Maricopa have long held a positive relationship. The Marico ...

                                               

Education on the Navajo Nation

                                               

Geography of the Navajo Nation

                                               

Navajo Nation government

                                               

Navajo history

                                               

Navajo-related templates

                                               

Gila River Indian Community

                                               

Yavapai

Yavapai are a Native American tribe in Arizona. Historically, the Yavapai – literally" people of the sun” – were divided into four geographical bands who identified as separate, independent peoples: the Ɖo:lkabaya, or Western Yavapai; the Yavbe, ...

                                               

Ak Chin, Pima County, Arizona

Ak Chin, is a rural native village and a census-designated place on the Tohono Oodham Reservation, in Pima County. It had a population of 30 as of the 2010 U.S. Census and an estimated population of 31 as of July 1, 2015. It has an estimated elev ...

                                               

Ali Oidak, Arizona

Ali Oidak is a populated place located in Pima County, Arizona. It has an estimated elevation of 1.824 feet above sea level. Its name means "little field" in the Oodham or Papago language.

                                               

Anegam, Arizona

Anegam is a populated place and census designated place, situated on the Tohono Oodham Indian Reservation, in Pima County, Arizona. Its population was 151 as of the 2010 census, and 154 as of July 1, 2015. It has a land area of 2.31 square miles. ...

                                               

Arizona State Route 86

State Route 86 is a state highway in southern Arizona that stretches from its junction with State Route 85 in Why east to its junction at 16th Avenue east of Interstate 19 in Tucson. It formerly went east to the New Mexico border near Lordsburg, ...

                                               

Arizona State Route 386

State Route 386, also known as SR 386, is a state highway in southern Arizona entirely within the Tohono Oodham Nation, traveling from State Route 86 to Kitt Peak National Observatory.

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