Wooden statue of a female deity, Nukuoro Island, Caroline Islands, 18th-19th century. Images of deities were known as dinonga eidu and were kept in culthouses. Carved wooden images as ritual objects are extremely rare in Micronesia. From the Entwistle Gallery, London.
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