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21. Tao Coconut Palm Fiber Hat
(Matching tags: Tao,Yami,hat,aborigine)
Sakop is a term in the Tau language that refers to all types of helmets and hats. They are divided into two categories: those used for work and those worn during special ceremonies and rites. The former ...
22. Rukai Men's Long Shirt
(Matching tags: Rukai,clothing,aborigine)
Variations in clothing of the Rukai tribe depend on the occasion and the age of the wearer. Clothing was decorated with patterns that were based on social class. In general, married women and the elders ...
23. Bunun men's sleeved short shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Bunun,aborigine)
This type of shirt is called putch in the Bunun language. It measures 139 cm horizontally and 41 centimeters vertically. On either side are sleeves made from black cotton cloth that measure 34.5 and 34 ...
24. Atayal Beishiqun Women's Shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Atayal,aborigine)
This shirt is from the Atayal tribe that resided along the Daan River. During the Japanese occupation of Taiwan (1895-1945), this group of the Atayal tribe was called Beishiqun (Beishi group). The Atayal ...
25. Atayal shell bead shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Atayal,aborigine)
This type of shell bead shirt is referred to as lukkus-kaxa or lukkus-pintoan in the Atayal language, meaning precious or valuable clothing. The word “lukkus” refers to clothing and “kaxa’”, ...
26. Atayal copper bell shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Atayal,aborigine)
The copper bell shirt was considered a type of formal wear among the Atayal tribe. It was deemed of high value, similar to the shell bead shirt, and was worn during important ceremonies, especially during ...
27. Bunun shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Bunun,aborigine)
Among the Bunun tribe, weaving was women’s work only and men were strictly prohibited from it. Clothing was made from woven cloth and animal hides. To make cloth, raw plant materials had to be cultivated, ...
28. Tao Coconut Palm Bark Vest
(Matching tags: Tao,Yami,clothing,aborigine)
This vest, made from coconut palm bark, is called Asot Apis No Anyoi in the language of the Yami (Tao) tribe. It is worn by the males of the tribe when going out on visits, working in the fields or fishing ...
29. Paiwan short shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Paiwan,aborigine)
The Paiwan is Taiwans third largest recognized indigenous tribe. The tribes distribution is in low mountain areas at between 100 and 1,000 meters in elevation, including the southern branch of the Central ...
30. Paiwan short shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Paiwan,aborigine)
The Paiwan is Taiwan’s third largest recognized indigenous tribe. The tribe’s distribution is in low mountain areas at between 100 and 1,000 meters in elevation, including the southern branch ...
31. Saisiyat short shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Saisiyat,aborigine)
This Saisiyat short shirt is made from ramie and measures about 80 centimeters in length and 18 centimeters in width. It is simple in shape and untailored, folded over from back to front. Along the middle ...
32. Atayal Men's shirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Atayal,aborigine)
Traditionally, the clothing of Taiwans indigenous tribes was very simple in shape and form. Cloth was woven in rectangular shapes. Two pieces of cloth were sown together. Then, the two sides were folded ...
33. Truku Women's skirt
(Matching tags: clothing,Sediq,aborigine)
This skirt is from the eastern Sediq tribe of Hualien County. The eastern Sediq refer to the group of Sediq that live on the eastern side of the Central Mountain Range. .....
34. Yami Women's Shawl
(Matching tags: clothing,Yami,Tao,aborigine)
The woven cloth of the Yami (Tao) tribe is simple in shape and form, yet highly unique among Taiwans indigenous tribes. Mostly only two colors are used, white and blue or white and black, and there are ...
35. Atayal wedding gown
(Matching tags: clothing,Atayal,aborigine)
This wedding gown is of the style of the Atayal tribe currently living in Taian Township of Miaoli County, along the upper reaches of the Daan River. During the Japanese occupation of Taiwan (1895-1945), ...
36. Bronze knife
(Matching tags: Paiwan,bronzes,aborigine)
Bronze knives, azure stone beads and ceramic pots are the “three treasures” of the Paiwan tribe. In earlier days these items would only be owned by chiefs or higher-class people and were usually ...
37. Shoulder strap
(Matching tags: Paiwan,accessory,clothing,aborigine)
The attire of Paiwan aristocrats and ordinary people was clearly different. Glass beads, ceramic buttons, leopard teeth, eagle feather, human figure and Deinagkistrodon acutus patterns were exclusive to ...
38. Paiwan Necklace
(Matching tags: Paiwan,accessory,clothing,aborigine)
Azure stone beads, also called dragonfly beads were precious things passed down in the family by chiefs or used in a dowry. They would only be worn in the once every five year festival or when a chief ...
39. Main pillar
(Matching tags: architecture,Paiwan,aborigine)
The main pillar is also called the ancestral pillar. This was the most important part of chiefs’ houses (Paiwan, Rukai and Puyuma tribes) and a symbol of status. Only chiefs had the right to use ...
Ceramics are used for different functions in Indigenous lives. Among these, the most common and significant functions of all are as tools for food preservation and production. Examples of such containers ...
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