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Interview with Titus Baale on the things that the eldest man keeps -- 0259-00000000 - Interview with Titus Baale on the things that the eldest man keeps -- Farming, food and yam: language and cultural practices among Ikaan speakers
Title:
Interview with Titus Baale on the things that the eldest man keeps -- 0259-00000000 - Interview with Titus Baale on the things that the eldest man keeps -- Farming, food and yam: language and cultural practices among Ikaan speakers
ID:
https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1063392%23
IPF0178
Online:
Yes
Archive:
Contributor:
Maria Ioanna Tzika (author)
Titus Owolabi (consultant)
Sophie Salffner (author)
Publisher:
Sophie Salffner
School of Oriental and African Studies
Description:
In this video, Titus Baale shows us the ancient cutlass and the ancient horse tail that the king or the eldest male in Ayindu quarter keeps for the quarter. He also shows us the drums and the ogidigbo that are also kept with the king or the oldest male in the quarter. At the end of the interview, Titus Baale talks about what the village used to be like in the past, who was living there, if people travelled out and where they travelled, and what languages could be heard in Ikakumo then.
Language_Name: Ikaan Language_Region: Africa Language_Country: Nigeria Project_Status: Complete Year: 2011 Start_Date: 2011-10-01 End_Date: 2013-09-30
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Title Interview with Titus Baale on the things that the eldest man keeps
In this audio file extracted from the video, we hear Titus Baale showing the ancient cutlass and the ancient horse tail that the king or the eldest male in Ayindu quarter keeps for the quarter. He also shows us the drums and the ogidigbo that are also kept with the king or the oldest male in the quarter. At the end of the interview, Titus Baale talks about what the village used to be like in the past, who was living there, if people travelled out and where they travelled, and what languages could be heard in Ikakumo then.
This annotation gives transcriptions in Ikaan, Yoruba and English and free translations into Yoruba and English. It also gives general notes as well as notes on the language and culture.
Subject language:
English
Undetermined
Yoruba
Language family:
Indo-European
Germanic
Other coverage:
Nigeria
Other date:
2012-06-15
Other format:
video/mp4
audio/x-wav
text/x-eaf+xml
Other subject:
Interview
English
Ikaan (Ikakumo, Ondo State)
Yoruba
Other type:
Video
Audio
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Archive: Endangered Languages Archive
Online: Yes
Subject language: English
Subject language: Undetermined
Subject language: Yoruba
Language family: Germanic
Language family: Indo-European
Geographic region: Africa
Geographic region: Europe
Contributor: Adesoji Anthony Frank Olusi
Contributor: Maria Ioanna Tzika
Contributor: Muyiwa Adekanye
Contributor: Sophie Salffner
Contributor: Titus Owolabi
Publisher: School of Oriental and African Studies
Publisher: Sophie Salffner
Title: Interview with Titus Baale on the things that the eldest man keeps -- 0259-00000000 - Interview with Titus Baale on the things that the eldest man keeps -- Farming, food and yam: language and cultural practices among Ikaan speakers
Other coverage: Nigeria
Other date: 2012-06-15
Other format: audio/x-wav
Other format: text/x-eaf+xml
Other format: video/mp4
Other subject: English
Other subject: Ikaan (Ikakumo, Ondo State)
Other subject: Interview
Other subject: Yoruba
Other type: Audio
Other type: Video