Whale Hunting (Other Keyword)

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Ipiutak and the Arctic Whale Hunting Culture (1948)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Helge Larsen. Froelich Rainey.

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The Rock Art of Bangudae in Southern Korea: Focused on the Problems of Whale Hunting (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bong Kang.

Many aquatic animals, such as whales, sea lions and turtles, and terrestrial animals, such as tigers, wild cats, deer, boars, and weasels, were identified on the rock art of Bangudae, located in the southeastern part of Korean peninsula. Scenes of human figures, whale hunting, boats, and net and fence hunting are also present. Some western archaeologists are suspicious about whale hunting conducted by prehistoric Korean people. They argue that there are not clear depictions at Bangudae of the...