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How Women Communicate with other Women and Men

Chapter 1 pg. 1: Both mother and father sing lullabies to the baby. pg. 6: There are separate huts for men and women (save the huts for visitors). Chapter 2 pg. 25: The mother has to give the father’s complaint … Continue reading

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Nacirema and the Seninac

Human beings consider themselves dominant over all animals. Most cultures use animals solely for food and labor. However, the secluded Naciremans created a strange yet strong bond with a particular animal: the seninac. The seninac are a beautiful and playful type of … Continue reading

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Skellig Michael

Background: Name of site: Skellig Michael Also known as Great Skellig Country: Ireland Off the coast of County Kerry Island Year this site was added to the World Heritage List: 1996 Criteria as to why this site was nominated to … Continue reading

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Fibula (Brooch)

Fibula: Not to be confused with the bone, a fibula is an ancient brooch use to clasp or fasten clothing together. While they were used primarily by 7th century Greeks and Romans, fibula brooches were created as early as the Bronze … Continue reading

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