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Artifact: beads

Illustration of a collection of "money beads" from Palau

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Artifact: beads

Illustration of a Bai in Palau. Bai is a local Palauan name for the steep-roofed shelter built as a meeting place for the village elders

Bai (Palauan meeting place)

Illustration of a Bai in Palau. Bai is a local Palauan name for the steep-roofed shelter built as a meeting place for the village elders

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Bai (Palauan meeting place)

Illustration of a generic monument

Monument 2

Illustration of a generic monument

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Monument 2

Illustration of a man talking. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

Palau Storyboard: 1

Illustration of a man talking. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

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Palau Storyboard: 1

Traditional Palau storyboard figure of a mangrove. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

Palau Storyboard: 2

Traditional Palau storyboard figure of a mangrove. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

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Palau Storyboard: 2

Illustration of a shark. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

Palau Storyboard: 4

Illustration of a shark. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

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Palau Storyboard: 4

Illustration of a rooster, representing money. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

Palau Storyboard: 5

Illustration of a rooster, representing money. The Palau storyboards and symbols are a way to tell stories of old Palauan legends, or legends from nearby places (Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, etc.). These particular symbols were taken from a bai, which is a traditional village meeting house/hut that is covered in storyboards

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Palau Storyboard: 5

Illustration of a second type of pyramid

Pyramid 2

Illustration of a second type of pyramid

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Pyramid 2

Illustration of a tipi or teepee, popularized by Native Americans of the Great Plains

Tipi/Teepee (Plains Indians)

Illustration of a tipi or teepee, popularized by Native Americans of the Great Plains

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Tipi/Teepee (Plains Indians)

Illustration of a Totem pole, created by First Nations in Canada

Totem pole (First Nations)

Illustration of a Totem pole, created by First Nations in Canada

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Totem pole (First Nations)

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