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" Indians invariably destroy this babracot, saying that should a tapir, passing that way, find traces of the slaughter of one of his kind, he would come by night on the next occasion, when Indians slept at that place, and, taking a man, would babracote... "
An Introduction to the History of Religion - Side 100
af Frank Byron Jevons - 1896 - 443 sider
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Among the Indians of Guiana: Being Sketches Chiefly Anthropologic from the ...

Sir Everard Ferdinand Im Thurn - 1883 - 445 sider
...beasts. The whole belief is well illustrated in a curious custom which often came under my notice. Before leaving a temporary camp in the forest, where...Indians slept at that place and, taking a man, would babracot him in revenge. It is not, therefore, too much to say that, according to the view of the Indians,...
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Nature, Bind 29

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1884
...intelligence of animals is well illustrated by a custom which came under Mr. Im Thurn's own notice. " Before leaving a temporary camp in the forest, where...have killed a tapir and dried the meat on a babracot (stage of green sticks for 1 A puper by Mr. Tin 'I hum. embodying much of this research, will be found...
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion, Volume 2

James George Frazer - 1890
...adorned with a chiefs bonnet, is set up in the village, where nightly dances are held in its honour.4 " Before leaving a temporary camp in the forest, where...a tapir and dried the meat on a babracot, Indians {of Guiana] invariably destroy this babracot, saying that should a tapir passing that way find traces...
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Killing the god

Sir James George Frazer - 1900
...the forest, where they have killed a tapir and dried the meat on a babracot, the Indians of Guiana invariably destroy this babracot, saying that should...Indians slept at that place, and, taking a man, would babracot him in revenge.5 When a Blackfoot Indian has caught eagles in a trap and killed them, he takes...
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Killing the god

James George Frazer - 1900
...chiefs bonnet, is set up in the village, where nightly dances are held in its honour.4 Before they leave a temporary camp in the forest, where they have killed a tapir and dried the meat on a babracot, the Indians of Guiana invariably destroy this babracot, saying that should a tapir passing that way...
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Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to ..., Bind 30,Del 1908–1909

Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology - 1915
...corresponding reasons, although other reasons have been given. The same may be said of the following: "Before leaving a temporary camp in the forest, where...Indians slept at that place, and, taking a man, would babracote him in revenge" (IT, 352). In Cayenne, between the upper Yary and Parou Rivers, CreVaux (252)...
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Society and Nature: A Sociological Inquiry

Hans Kelsen - 1998 - 391 sider
...the hed and disappeared through a hole in the wall.111 EF im Thurn reports of. the Indians of Guiana: Before leaving a temporary camp in the forest, where they have killed a tapir and dried the meat on a hahracot, Indians invariahly destroy this hahracot, saying that should a tapir, passing that way, find...
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Nature, Bind 29

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1884
...intelligence of animals is well illustrated by a custom which came under Mr. Im Thurn's own notice. " Before leaving a temporary camp in the forest, where...have killed a tapir and dried the meat on a babracot (stage of green sticks for 1 А рярег by Mr. Im Thurn. embodying much of this research, will be...
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