Textile Tidbits: Quillwork (Inspiration for worldbuilders, writers, & artists)

In casually studying Native American culture and art, I’ve often heard the term “quillwork”, and until very recently I assumed I knew what it was. It’s just beadwork with the beads made from porcupine quills, right? Incorrect. It’s actually a completely different method of decoration from beadwork. Quillwork is actually the Native American form of […]

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Disney Princesses in their Native Languages

Disney princesses (and extras) in their native languages in chronological order Language: Zulu Location: African savanna Period: unspecified Language: Greek Location: Thebes, Greece Period: c. 14th century BC Language: Tahitian Location: Polynesian triangle Period: c. 500 BC Language: Māori Location: Polynesian triangle Period: c. 500 BC Language: Mandarin Chinese Location: Han dynasty China Period: 206 […]

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