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Intangible heritage is often linked to human actions and performances. The use of Digital Humans (DHs) for its digital representation and therefore its preservation, allows reframing the way to transmit and deal with content that is difficult to visualize. To that end, the digital human becomes an important element establishing the connection between the action, the objects, the knowledge, and the environment. Ιn this paper, we describe the development of DHs acting as practitioners anddoi:10.5281/zenodo.6552355 fatcat:ysvdfhd255ehhk2psnbef6z6se