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Arhippa Perttunen (Russian: Архип Иванович Перттунен; Ladvozero village, now a part of the Republic of Karelia 1769 – c. 1841) was a Karelian folk singer.
Around 1834, he met Elias Lönnrot, and was one of his main sources for the Kalevala.
The State Prize of the Karelian ASSR was named after him.