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Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1 / Kamuac pulpul and taro gardens. Though the fences are of pitpit, they are strong enough to resist pigs. This was the style of fences in the past, when only stone adzes were used, since pitpit can be broken by hand. This pitpit does not necessarily come from close hy, but, like fencing lumber, may be carried by the women from quite a distant source. This is a new garden, probably planted a month previous - as seen by the state of the pulpul reeds which have not yet begun to spread. Women plant the taro and pulpul; men make the fence and care for the irrigation. The mountain in the background is the cliff, Paranyieu, which is near the men's house. The location of the men's house is behind the tanget on the left. /  /  Papua New Guinea/ Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée
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Title/DescriptionKamuac pulpul and taro gardens. Though the fences are of pitpit, they are strong enough to resist pigs. This was the style of fences in the past, when only stone adzes were used, since pitpit can be broken by hand. This pitpit does not necessarily come from close hy, but, like fencing lumber, may be carried by the women from quite a distant source. This is a new garden, probably planted a month previous - as seen by the state of the pulpul reeds which have not yet begun to spread. Women plant the taro and pulpul; men make the fence and care for the irrigation. The mountain in the background is the cliff, Paranyieu, which is near the men's house. The location of the men's house is behind the tanget on the left.
Year/Period1969
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Quote this document 1969 [accessed: 2024/6/23]. "Kamuac pulpul and taro gardens. Though the fences are of pitpit, they are strong enough to resist pigs. This was the style of fences in the past, when only stone adzes were used, since pitpit can be broken by hand. This pitpit does not necessarily come from close hy, but, like fencing lumber, may be carried by the women from quite a distant source. This is a new garden, probably planted a month previous - as seen by the state of the pulpul reeds which have not yet begun to spread. Women plant the taro and pulpul; men make the fence and care for the irrigation. The mountain in the background is the cliff, Paranyieu, which is near the men's house. The location of the men's house is behind the tanget on the left." (Object Id: 326925). In Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1. ODSAS: https://www.odsas.net/object/326925.
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