Story: ||hara and Tto
||hara and Tto
The Bushmen anoint their heads with //hára (which is black and sparkling), mixed with fat, and rub their bodies with ttò. (L VIII.-14. 7272 rev.,-7276 rev., note). Ttò or 'Roode Klip' is dug out from the mountain side. Precautions to be taken against sorcerers upon these occasions. (L VIII.-14. 7275 and 7276, 7279 and 7380). A description of stones called ||hara and tto. ||hara is black and the people pound it together with fat and anoint their heads with it. Tto is red and is pounded and rubbed onto their flesh.
1) This story is found in Book VIII-14
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