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A man attaches Harpia feathers to the upper part of the headdress.
Rosa explains: "It's rare for us to find one, but when we do, there's a special rite where all of its feathers will be taken and pierced to make headdresses. We then prepare a soup with its flesh. Those who eat it will feel stronger. Pregnant women can't eat it or touch the bird, or they will lose the baby."

Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00
Framed Print: $1,982.31
Print Size: 910x610 mm
Frame Size: 1170x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle William Turner® 310gsm
Frame Colour: Brown
Exhibit: POS AD 175 06

 

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A man attaches Harpia feathers to the upper part of the headdress.
Rosa explains: "It's rare for us to find one, but when we do, there's a special rite where all of its feathers will be taken and pierced to make headdresses. We then prepare a soup with its flesh. Those who eat it will feel stronger. Pregnant women can't eat it or touch the bird, or they will lose the baby."


يقوم رجل بربط ريش العقاب المخادع بالجزء العلوي من عُصابة الرأس.
وتشرح روزا قائلةً: "يندر العثور على هذا النوع من الطيور ولكن ما إن نعثر عليه حتى نمارس طقساً نزيل خلاله كل ريشه ونثقبه لصناعة عُصابات الرأس. بعد ذلك، نعدّ حساءً من لحم العقاب ومن يتناوله يشعر بقوةٍ أكبر. أما النساء الحوامل فلا يمكنهنّ أكل الطير أو لمسه وإلاّ يفقدنَ الجنين."

Photographer:
Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00

Framed Print: $1,982.31

Print Size: 910x610 mm

Frame Size: 1170x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AD 175 06

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