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Toba(Qom) People--- Indiegiounes to South America primarily Argentina

Toba (Qom people)

 

The Toba people were and are inhabitants of the region highlighted in green in the image below but primarily Argentina. Specifically an area called the Pampas of Central Chaco. Originally a nomadic peoples who could be described as a hunter gatherer culture. Culturally the Toba people have incorporated Christianity into their culture exemplified by ritualistic practices and Christian artifacts. 

FEATURED EXHIBITS

To learn more, explore our exhibits featuring the Toba People collection

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MATERIALITY AND MEANING

Temple Anthropology Laboratory and Museum 

Gladfelter Hall- Lower Level, Temple University

1115 Polett Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19122

anthlab@temple.edu

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