Since ancient times, the indigenous inhabitants of Siberia have especially singled out and revered the eagle, as well as trees with eagle's nests. Images of an eagle, eagle feathers are still an indispensable part of the attire of Siberian shamans. For example, the headdress of a Tuvan shaman is decorated with 40 large and 20 small eagle feathers.
Totemic veneration of eagles is still observed among peoples - "sons of the Sun": Yakuts, Australians, North American Indians. The eagle is the bearer of happiness (Nenets), it is not killed (Zyryans, Lamuts, Chum, Mezen), the eagle gives fire to people (Shors), he is the shaman's assistant (Enets), a sacred bird (Lapps, Altaians, Yakuts), the founder of the human race ( Yakuts, Orochi), totem (Evenks, Aleuts).
The "Totem Eagle" statuette is made of cedar.
The "Totem Eagle" figurine
- Product Code: B87
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