Tipi - Tipi (Tepee) Since the quiz is not covering a lot of...

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Tipi (Tepee) Since the quiz is not covering a lot of material, know concepts, floor plans, style, etc. Black Elk- nature, dwellings- sweat and sundance lodge Find the pictures on the webpage, especially one about wehre women and men sleep, etc. Mostly Plain Indians, but it was very wide geographic distribution. Tent, frame, poles, undifferentiated, frame and mat construction, poles serve as rafters, Exterior o Travois- ‘pony drag’, o Symbolic Form o Iconic Images o Concatenation- similar forms repeat each other ex. The village of tepees represents the layout of a single tipi. Interior o Floor plan varitation o Age/ Status o Archetypal features Microenvironment- a comfortable inside from the harsh outside. Sweat lodge is a tent. Black Elk- first person account of history and way of life, ethnography, keep traditions alive o Tipi- 17,19,39,41,126 o Village- 80 o Iconography- 124 An image that people believe is connected to that of which it is an image. Correspondences between tipi and nature and people and some can be and literal (isomorphic) o Shape of tepee and mountain o Human body- a woman’s birth, a man is praying
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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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