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Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1 / Weyagoulianac holding a lump of Ytcheaka clay in breadfruit leaves. She may take the clay home and put it over the fire, where the heat will turn it red. The red powder is then used for body decoration during initiation ceremonies, etc. The breadfruit leaves are steamed in earth ovens with pork and eaten by the Baruya - it is a different variety of breadfruit than the one in the Western Highlands where the fruit is eaten. /  /  Papua New Guinea/ Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée
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Title/DescriptionWeyagoulianac holding a lump of Ytcheaka clay in breadfruit leaves. She may take the clay home and put it over the fire, where the heat will turn it red. The red powder is then used for body decoration during initiation ceremonies, etc. The breadfruit leaves are steamed in earth ovens with pork and eaten by the Baruya - it is a different variety of breadfruit than the one in the Western Highlands where the fruit is eaten.
Year/Period1969
Location Papua New Guinea/ Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée
Coordinateslat -9.45 / long 147.2
Language(s)English
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Quote this document 1969 [accessed: 2024/6/13]. "Weyagoulianac holding a lump of Ytcheaka clay in breadfruit leaves. She may take the clay home and put it over the fire, where the heat will turn it red. The red powder is then used for body decoration during initiation ceremonies, etc. The breadfruit leaves are steamed in earth ovens with pork and eaten by the Baruya - it is a different variety of breadfruit than the one in the Western Highlands where the fruit is eaten." (Object Id: 326927). In Baruya diapositives 69_jab_god_1. ODSAS: https://www.odsas.net/object/326927.
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