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4 th  Worksheet 1/27 Youssouf et al and Bauman Lives and history of KALTAMASHAQ desert people make greetings so crucial: people move often and continuously, constant wondering  nomadic Isolated not much excitement, much loneliness Whenever come across someone crucial for survival get info needed Greeting=Their Life Guidelines and Specific Rituals, 5 Cues to recognize someone 1) Location- help see if native, b/c each tribal group has home land (initial  guess= native, but not all the time) 2) Distinctive Mounts- use features of profile to see what tribe they are in.  Different types of camels (certain breed, certain area; speed, endurance, pride) 3) Saddles- two types used; tamzak and tahiasht. Tamzak-  considered better of too, costs more, requires more skill Tahiasht-  plain, sturdy, meets requirements of everyday usage 4) Riding Style- how on is sitting tells age attitude. Looking at how camel  acts, ppl train camels differently from different areas giving info on 
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  • Spring '11
  • Harmon-Aaron
  • high status, KALTAMASHAQ desert people, ppl train camels, bw cultures ritualist, different ways utterance, Ashshash­ plain cotton

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