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Goumbi

Goumbi

A child at the time of polished stone

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Goumbi and his family lived in a village surrounded by fertile fields, at the foot of a high mountain with rich pastures. With his mother, Tsani, and his sisters, Flor and Mira, he helped to prepare food, make pottery, and weave textiles for clothes. With his father, Tanak, he learned how to hunt, polish stones, build a house and cultivate the land. With the help of his uncle, Suran, he perfected his knowledge of other communities and was taught the secret of metal… This was 5 000 years ago, at the time of polished stone…

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