Story: Picture of Mr Orpen's
Picture of Mr Orpen's
A curious description of a dance and other doings of sorcerers was given in explanation of No. 3 of Mr Stow’s copies of Bushman paintings (L V.-22. 5755-5775). Further details regarding sorcerers (suggested by Mr J.M. Orpen’s copy of Bushman paintings – published in the Cape Monthly Magazine for July, 1874) were also given by Díä!kwãin (L V.-25. 6008-6013). People who die of 'sorcery' without feeling ill and how sorcerers strengthen their senses. They are not ordinary people.
1) p.6007v: Dia!kwain heard this story from his mother (≠kamme-an); a note on the thing held by the dancer in Orpen's picture seen in Cape Monthly Magazine (of July 1874); the |xam and Dutch name of a tortoise-shell in which buchu is kept; see Jan Plat's aunt Natta sang the ≠gebbi-ggu (see also p.6006v), 2) p.6008v: |xam names for animals (namely tortoises), 3) See also Mr G. Stow's Bushman picture no. 3 (the ||ken dance) and Sorcerers and the ||ken dance, 4) This story is found in Book V-25
20 February 1876
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