As we all know, the American Indians left countless valuable cultural relics for later generations. Unfortunately, most of them were left by the central and South American Indians, and the precious cultural relics left by the North American Indians are not too many.
This is also directly related to the large-scale massacre of North American Indians after the Americans moved westward decades later.
People are killed, can things stay?
Before soul wear, as a staff member of the museum, Shi Xiong knew very well about the miserable history.
During World War II, the cruel German Nazis once slaughtered nearly one third of the Jews. In this way, the Jews have been saying that Nazis had exterminated the Jews.
The number of North American Indians before the independence of the United States was conservatively estimated to be more than 2 million. However, from the beginning of the 19th century, Americans began to move westward. Until the end of the 19th century, less than 200000 of the more than 2 million North American Indians were slaughtered by the Americans. What's the name of this?
Therefore, even in the museums of later generations, rare relics left by the precious North American Indians can be seen.
But here, the stone bear accidentally found a hanging picture. Well, it seems a little inaccurate to define this painting with hanging pictures, but the stone bear can't remember what to define this painting with.
Although the painting is hung on the wall, it is full of antique charm. Yes, Shi Xiong dares to swear by the soul of an associate researcher level cultural protection expert of later generations that although this painting looks humble, it really has an indescribable charm of simplicity.
In particular, the above portraits made of gold and silver, though a little abstract, are full of charm. They vividly describe the scenes of North American Indians worshiping gods long ago.
Even in such an instant, the stone bear forgot the purpose of coming to the big wooden house, and the painting attracted his mind almost in an instant.
Seeing this tall and strong young man who was a little bit shameful, he was immediately attracted by the painting. Suddenly, there was an amazing light in the eyes of kabulu's sacrifice, but it disappeared in an instant.
However, they have been paying close attention to Mu keqina (Note: Indian's address for mother, grandmother and female ancestor, "Gong keqina" is the address for father and male ancestor. Once again, Lao Mo will use the modern address mode in the future, not so complicated.) Little cabulet, however, was startled.
To be honest, she had seen her mother wear this dress many times since she was a child, but it was almost all in the large-scale activities of the tribe. When she wore this dress for the sake of being alone, even little cabulet had only seen her mother do it twice, including this one.
Little cabulet knew that her mother was dressed like this for her reasons, but little cabulet didn't want to see her mother dress like this for herself, because the result was not good, very bad.
Little cabro wanted to ask her mother why she did it, but she was stopped by her mother's eyes.
Although the spirit of the stone bear was attracted by the painting in such an instant, he was used to seeing many precious cultural relics in his previous life, so his spirit just jumped out of the hanging painting in a short time.
Compared with the precious cultural relics with thousands of years of history displayed in the National Palace Museum, the National Museum and the South China Museum, although this painting is very beautiful and precious, it is nothing for the well-informed stone bear.
Turning around, the stone bear sat on the stone bench very generously. For a moment, even little cabullo felt like an illusion. She only felt that the young man, who looked a little frightening but actually a little tender because of the skin injury, seemed to let her see a great chief in the world at the moment of sitting down.
In particular, the young man's expression after sitting down is like a hawk looking at a wolf and Yue zhiyuanzhen. If little cabulet knew this Chinese idiom, she would describe the young man's expression after sitting down!
Kabulu's eyes flashed again. Then she came up slowly, bent slightly, and nodded to the stone bear.
"God's child, don't ask. I know you have a lot of doubts in your heart, but please listen to me first. I don't have much time."
Kabulu's words made the stone bear feel tight. Little kabulu behind her wanted to say something anxiously. Kabulu immediately waved his hand, "don't talk, listen to me."
"Cabro, it's a legendary name. My ancestors have had this name since hundreds of years ago. At that time, our people lived carefree beside the Great Lakes in the north. At that time, the name of kabulu was the highest priest of all the people living near the Great Lakes. "
The stone bear can understand the words of kabulu's sacrifice. The Cherokees themselves are Indians living near the Great Lakes. The Great Lakes mentioned by kabulu's sacrifice are Lake Michigan. Lake Michigan, like the Tennessee River, all come from the Indian language. In Indian, Michigan means "great lake.".
"Because of the patronage of the supreme Sun God, our cabulet pulse has a magical ability, that is, it can sense some fuzzy future. For this reason, our cabulet pulse has also paid a huge price."
"More than 300 years ago, my ancestor perceived a very bad future, and he paid the price of reducing his life span by 20 years. It's a pity that our ancestors didn't pay attention to the chief's warning. Then we Cherokees were driven out of the lake by the Iroquois and the delavais, and my ancestors died on the way to the south. "
"Later, another ancestor of mine, who also became the high priest of kabulu, instructed our people to settle in Appalachia. Our people had a quiet time. But then there was another ancestor who, after becoming the high priest of kabulu, foresaw the arrival of the vasichus. My ancestor asked the chief not to be kind to the vasichus, for he had foreseen that they were more ferocious than the most ferocious hungry wolves
"As a result, the chief was addicted to the iron and fine food brought by vasichus. He didn't want to believe the prophecy of high priest kabulu, and even contradicted my ancestor. In the end, my ancestor left Monongahela in the north with his own people, followed the big bend to the vicinity of blue fog, and lived with other people. But the final result is that those vasichus, after finding out our situation, slaughtered many people there with guns, and finally captured the area, and our people were forced to leave it! "