As the nomadic family is also an economic unit, part of its housing facilities is also dedicated to the organization of economic affairs and other current affairs of the family.
Hardened area enclosed between the tents of an enclosure or enclosure in front of a single household. The hedge is made of stone, horn and oak tree, stone or thorn and bush in terms of environmental facilities.
The main function of the hedge is to protect and maintain the livestock throughout the night. Obviously, the hedge wall is a fairly good barrier to preventing theft of animals by thieves and savage beasts. Today, due to the increasing spread of urban ties and household linen in the tribes, riveting, especially in the vicinity of villages has undergone a change. The use of “fence” metal tours is expanding instead of hedge.
A small hedgehog that is made to keep livestock on the barn. It is clear that lambs and small pods can not be kept in the hedge because they are wiped out under the arms of a large livestock. In addition, their separation from their mothers is necessary during the hours of the day, especially during the milking season.
C) Kell (Kola)
The skull is made as an animal for keeping baby animals. With the difference that it is used in gulls. The straw is made from mud wall, rock and mud, or from the Chit Kola in the middle of the tent.
In addition to its main function, protecting lambs and kids has two major functions.
■ Divides the interior of the tent into two parts, “La mardu”; and the “Lazeno” section, meaning “children’s beds”, which is at the same time a kitchen and pomegranate for keeping food and animal products.
Source: Spiritual Heritage Record / Apprenticeship Unit / Zienab Hajari