Story: The lynx; its flesh eaten by Bushmen, but not by the Bushman women; the manner of hunting it, etc.
The lynx; its flesh eaten by Bushmen, but not by the Bushman women; the manner of hunting it, etc.
The flesh of the Lynx not eaten by Bushman women. By /han≠kass’o (L VIII.-12. 7103-7113).
1) pp.7108v-7110v: see The manner of dividing fat, 2) p.7111v: see The !ka-ka |khueten (a spider), 3) pp.7111v-7112v: see Regarding Bushman houses, 4) This story is found in Book VIII-12
26 – 28 June 1878
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