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traditional fishing with bow and arrow -- fishing_086
Title:
traditional fishing with bow and arrow -- fishing_086
Online:
No
Archive:
Contributor:
086 (consultant)
083 (consultant)
087 (consultant)
Description:
086 takes SX and his brother 087 for a fishing trip with bow and arrow to the Tsalawa lagoon.
086 takes SX with him to a fishing trip. 1: 086 prepairs himself with help of his father 083. 2: 086 and 087 leave to Tsalawa, long fishing scenes, he catches a fish. 3: long fishing scenes, he catches a fish. 4: from outside of the canoe and lagoon, at Tsalawa.
086 is the main person in these clips. In the first clip, his father 083 and his mother 064 appear helping him to prepair. 087 accompanies him, conning the canoe. Scenes from Tsalawa, the lagoon where the Awetí extract salt. 115, an old woman, appears in the first and last clips.
086 is the second son of 083 and his wife 064, younger brother of the teacher 085. He speaks little Portuguese, but has some knowledge with the computer to transcribe stories.
083 is one of the few elders of the village. His father funcioned as the last chief, and he is also considered to be a (at least, secondary) chief by many members of the community. He is the most prestigeous story teller living in the village before the arrival of 157 in 2005, and one of the most powerful shamans, too. He is married to 060 (no children) and 064, whith whom he has many children, one of the teachers, 085, and 086, another transcriber for the Project, among them.
SX was a temporary co-worker of the Awetí project.
087 is the third son of 083 and his wife 064, younger brother of the teacher 085 and of 086. He speaks little Portuguese. From 2005 on he passes some time outside the village due to conflicts.
115 is one of the oldest women of the village. She is the mother of 113 "Socrates", who left the village in 2002. She has no other closer relatives and lives with 118 or 083.
064 is the second wife of 083. She is the mother of all his children, as her sister, 060, had no children. She is a daughter of 043 and 044, the oldest couple of the village, and so she is a sister of 042, who is married to a sister of 083, 064's man.
086 prepairs himself and is prepaired by his father 083 for a fishing trip. He puts urukum in his hair and all over his skin. Scenes inside the house of 083, some objects, stools, animal-shaped toys, rests of manioc processing etc.
086 and his younger brother 087 leave the village to fish at the tsalawa lagoon. Fishing instruments: bow and arrow, canoe A long scene of traditional fishing in the canoe, following 8:00min 086 catches a fish.
long scenes: 086 is looking for fish with bow and arrow ready. catches at 8:50.
from the edge of the lagoon: 086 and 087 continue to fish. They return only with a little crop of fish. Scenes of 042's house at Tsalawa.
This source corresponds to media file fishing_086-1.mpg
This source corresponds to media file fishing_086-2.mpg
This source corresponds to media file fishing_086-3.mpg
This source corresponds to media file fishing_086-4.mpg
Subject language:
Portuguese
Awetí
Language family:
South American Indian
Other coverage:
Brazil
Other date:
2004-06-01
Other format:
video/x-mpeg1
DV
Other subject:
Portuguese
Awetí
Other type:
video
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Archive: The Language Archive at the MPI for Psycholinguistics
Online: No
Subject language: Awetí
Subject language: Portuguese
Language family: South American Indian
Geographic region: Americas
Geographic region: Europe
Contributor: 064
Contributor: 083
Contributor: 086
Contributor: 087
Contributor: 115
Title: traditional fishing with bow and arrow -- fishing_086
Other coverage: Brazil
Other date: 2004-06-01
Other format: DV
Other format: video/x-mpeg1
Other subject: Awetí
Other subject: Portuguese
Other type: video