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Iglu-more specific because of less stuff Refer to the course pack for notes too Tents (summer)-south migrations = Iglu (winter)- north migrations Tupiq- summer shelter- tent, built by females. A-frame and post and lintels, rafters functions as post, undifferentiated- walls are the roof. Identify ‘corners’ with Terra Amata. Frame and mat tent- tipi, sundance lodege, sweat lodge- skins The other type is with tension instead of a frame. It uses a ridge and guide wires to hold fabric down. The central Eskimos are called Inuit. Note the discussion of tents in the article(“true” and “frame”/ “mat”) Right inside the arctic circle-west of the mainland of Greenland The central Eskimo just in the central area- there are others in the east and west. Netslik Inuit- central Look at how it is constructed, but also the process in how the people do it. The entire family is involved. Construction of the iglu was sex segregated.
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course ANTH 123 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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