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dc.contributor.otherCali Mudiir, Fiqiburaale, Dhegaweyne, Salaad, Sheekh Abuu, Cabdi Nuurit_IT
dc.coverage.spatialMogadiscioit_IT
dc.date.accessioned2013-05-28T12:07:45Z-
dc.date.available2013-05-28T12:07:45Z-
dc.date.issued2013-05-28-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2307/755-
dc.descriptionHaasaawe badan oo laga duubay siddeetameeyadii odayaal ka shaqaynaayay Akadeemiyada Cilmiga iyo Fanka iyo Suugaanta ee Muqdisho iyagoo ka hadlaya hiddaha iyo dhaqanka ee bulshada soomaaliyeed._-_Registrazioni audio di conversazioni intercorse tra anziani dell'Accademia delle Scienze, delle Arti e della Letteratura di Mogadiscio negli anni '80, su temi relativi alla cultura e alla società tradizionali somale._-_Conversations between Elders of the Academy of Science, Arts and Literature on arguments related with Somali culture, society and traditions, recorded in Mogadishu in the 80's.it_IT
dc.description.abstractWaxaa halkan laga doodeyaa baqtinta laga iyo habaarka dadka loo yaqaan yibirrada ama caadoqaatayaasha. Dadkaasu siday cadadoodu tahay waxay reeraha u yimadaan, markuu wiil dhasho ama aroosayada waxaana la siiya samanyo. Waxay dadka u gooyaan wax la yiraahdo makaraan ama waa u duceyaan. Dadka qaarkood waxay qabaan in Yibirku uu yahay koox Yuhuud ah oo timid geeska Afrika inta uusan Islaamku iman._-_In questa conversazione gli anziani parlano del mito e del mistero che circonda gli Yibir o caadoqaate. Essi, secondo la consuetudine, si presentano in occasione di nascite di figli maschi o durante i matrimoni pretendendo un’offerta samanyo in cambio di un amuleto makaraan nel nord del paese e di versi di elogio nel sud. Si avanza inoltre l’ipotesi che gli Yibir discendano da un’elite religiosa ebraica preesistente all’islamizzazione del paese._-_In this conversation the elders consider the myth surrounding the Yibir or caadoqaate. Traditionally they turn up at male childrens’ birth or at weddings to claim an offering samanyo in exchange for a charm in the North of the country while exchanging poetic praise in the South. It is suggested that the Yibir are descended from a Hebrew religious elite from the time before islamization of the country.it_IT
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dc.language.isosoit_IT
dc.subjectYibirit_IT
dc.subjectcaadoqaateit_IT
dc.subjectmakaraanit_IT
dc.subjectsamanyoit_IT
dc.subjectguurit_IT
dc.subjectdhalashoit_IT
dc.subjectYibirit_IT
dc.subjectcaadoqaateit_IT
dc.subjectmakaraanit_IT
dc.subjectsamanyoit_IT
dc.subjectmatrimonioit_IT
dc.subjectnascitait_IT
dc.subjectYibirit_IT
dc.subjectcaadoqaateit_IT
dc.subjectmakaraanit_IT
dc.subjectsamanyoit_IT
dc.subjectbirthit_IT
dc.subjectweddingit_IT
dc.title[Yibir - Bassa casta]it_IT
dc.typeSoundit_IT
dc.relation.altlocOriginale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali : http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php
dc.subject.keywordsConversazioneit_IT
dc.subject.studisomaliXoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Antaraboolooji::dhaqameedit_IT
dc.subject.studisomaliSoggettario Centro Studi Somalo::ANTROPOLOGIA::Culturaleit_IT
dc.subject.studisomaliCenter for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Anthropology::culturalit_IT
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