Descriptions

AM describes and explains the significance of ya7ache7 wah, Literally 'ceiba tree tortilla'. A Spanish translation of the same topic is provided by AM in the session immediately preceding this one. This is in reply to the collectors' question regarding the significance of the ceiba tree.
AM describes and explains the significance of ya7ache7 wah, Literally 'ceiba tree tortilla'. A Spanish translation of the same topic is provided by AM in the session immediately preceding this one.
AM talks about the ceiba tree, in answer ot the interviewer's question about its origin. He then goes on to talk about his continued observance of traditional religious protocol, his making and giving of offerings to the gods, etc. This session follows from Ceiba_Exp_AM_02
AM talks about the ceiba tree, in answer ot the interviewer's question about its origin.
KyG shows us around the ceremonial cookhouse, beside his father's godhouse. He shows us the implements and demonstrates how they are used. There is no one else present during the recording. The collectors were interested in traditional artefacts and ceremonial activities, in addition to the recording of descriptive language.
KyG shows us around the ceremonial cookhouse, located beside CK's godhouse. He shows us the implements and demonstrates how they are used. This session was setup by the collectors.
AM talks about the chEk hun "red bark(headbands)" that are worn During certain ceremonies. The topic was spontaneous, and follows on the heels of the previous session about ceremonies and types of offererings made at each.
AM talks about the chäk hu7un 'red bark(headbands)' that are worn during certain ceremonies.
AM compares the different types of ceremonies for the collector.
AM compares different types of ceremonies.
JK explains the significance of the spell, Ah Hooch'. Her neice, CNK, her sister, KM, their brother, KMJKBr, and KP are present. As well as an explanation we get a conversation among the women. The text can be found in AhHooch_JK.
JK explains the significance of the spell, Ah Hooch'.
JK explains the significance of the spell, Ah ts'in. Her neice, CNK, her sister, KM, their brother, KMJKBr, and KP are all present. As well as an explanation of the spell we get a conversation among the women. The text can be found in Ahts7in_JK.
JK explains the significance of the spell, Ah ts'in 'the yucca'.
This is an interview in which AM speaks about sekretos "secrets" or spells. The purpose of this session was to record information on the spell to ferment the blache, which AM recited in Bal_Rit_AM_01. In addition to answering this question, AM demonstrates a part of spell for curing toothache.
This is an interview in which AM speaks about sekretos "secrets" or spells.
JK explains the song for frothing cocoa. This song was not elicited. See the session Cacao_JK_01, Cacao_JK_02 for the performance of this "women's work song".
JK explains the song for frothing cacao. This song was not elicited.
CKJ translates as NX explains the song he is about to sing, u chaxtik pom, "the consecration of the copal". This song is recorded in session Sng_ChxPom_NX.
CKJ translates as NX explains the song he is about to sing, u chixtik pom, "the consecration of the copal". This song is recorded in session Sng_ChxPom_NX.

Citation

Suzanne Cook, Barry Carlson, and Elizabeth Escalona Guitierrez (2000 - 2005). Item "Descriptions" in collection "Lacandon Cultural Heritage". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0001-3A05-A. (Accessed 2024-05-20)

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