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to the c web-site complies with liff villages, which extend from north to south on three parallel rock formations. I arrived first at the remarkable village of Walpi. It is romantically perched on the rock crest, its stair-sha

ped houses rising in stone masses like towers from the rock. A narrow path on the high rock leads past the masses of houses. The illustration shows the desolation and severity of this rock and its houses, as they project themselves into the world (Figures 11 and 12). Very similar in its overall impression to Walpi is Oraibi where I was able to observe the humiskachina dance. up on top,

on the marketplace of the cliff village, where an old blind man sits with his goat, a dancing area was being prepared (Figure 13). This humiskachina dance is the dance of the growing corn. On the evening before the actual dance, I was inside the kiva, where secret ceremonies take place. It contained no fetish altar. The Indians simply sat and smoked ceremonially. Every now

Although and then a pair of brown legs descended from a hove on the ladder, followed by the whole man attached to them. The young men were busy painting their masks for the following web-site content. If you have difficulty accessing any information on our web-site, please contact the day. They use their big leather helmets a

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gain and again, as new ones would be too costly. The painting