Story: How the prepared springbok's ears are tied on
How the prepared springbok's ears are tied on
see The Bushman drum, and dancing-rattles. Mode of preparation of the latter, by the women. By /han≠kass’o, (L VIII.-1. 6127-6137). A description of how the springbok ears are tied to the top of the male dancer's feet after being prepared and filled (with berries).
1) See also The preparation of the drum; ears of springbok are tied to the feet of the men who dance and The preparation of the springbok's ears and The use of the !goin-!goin, followed by an account of a Bushman dance, 2) This story is found in Book VIII-1
26 January 1878
springbok's ears (dancing rattles are made from) , springbok's ears (how they are tied to the feet of the men who dance) , springbok's ears (used in a dance) , dance (and the use of springbok's ear dancing rattles) , dance (and the tying on of the dancing rattles) , dancing rattles (made of springbok ears and filled with ||kerri berries) , dancing rattles (how they are tied on to the feet of the men who dance)