A Rejang River Dyak House.
(From a photograph by Mr. Lambert, of Singapore.)
A tap papana shingle roof.
A tap apongapalm leaf roof.
A Slabit for carrying back loads ; behind it the frame on which the women stretch their yarn for tying in the patterns by the process of saving, and afterwards brushing on the dye.
Thin drum, with fish trap (ensenga) behind it ; further to the right a rice basket, and in the background a heap of palm leaf for atap.
seated on seated on
woven mat. cloth.
Belle, in festive attire ; head dress of beads threaded on brass wire (?), brass aigrettes, small pieces of coloured cloth ; whole dress hidden by festoons of beads, and c.
Girls seated on
woven cloth ; corset ornamented with sheet brass ; armlets of large shells.
hidden by Gourds,
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