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A Bisj or Bis pole is a ritual artifact created and used by the Asmat people of south-western New Guinea. Bisj poles can be erected as an act of revenge, to pay homage to the ancestors, to calm the spirits of the deceased and to bring harmony and spiritual strength to the community.
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