© Fabienne Wateau/CNRS - février 2004

Arbo Conch Shells (The)

Reference

1807

Duration

00:07:00

Production year

2004

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Director(s)

WATEAU Fabienne

Résumé

Cornas, or conches, were used before at Arbo in Galicia, in order to indicate the beginning and the end of the water irrigation times to beneficiaries. A conch ringer used to wander through irrigated parcels to warn beneficiaries of the changing.

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