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B16 Life In ʾɛn-Nune (6). Informant: Siranoš Xamǝs (ʾɛn-Nune)

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This chapter discusses the life in ʾΣn-Nune during the festival of 'The Bride of the Ascension', Easter, Cross, the gayasa, and Winter. On the day of the 'Great Festival' (Easter), the author and his friends paint eggs. They go and play in the streets. They put eggs in their shoe. All the people on the day of the Festival of the Cross would gather together and go up to the church, then come back and cook and make a memorial. They would cook a memorial (meal), everybody in his own pan, in a vessel, which they would put out, a pan.

Keywords: ʾΣn-Nune; Easter; Festival of the Cross; gayasa; The Bride of the Ascension; Winter



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