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Traditional Medicine of Muslims in the Indian State of Kerala
The ancient scholars in the State of Kerala had great knowledge of traditional medicine and healing ...

  Digital Art and the Preservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage Towards a Philosophy of Art in the Age of Information Technology
This research focuses on sharing sites where data is available through free sharing and (mostly) fre...

Aspects of Common Beliefs and Practices of Mesopotamia and Ancient African Peoples
Even if we do not consider literary texts in and of themselves important as a record of incidents an...
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