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Creation Date

1971

Description

Most lean-to shelters consist of a single sloping panel of thatch, which is supported by a horizontal pole on the open front side and falls to the ground in the back. During especially wet weather, triangular side-panels may be added, and low platforms of logs and split bamboo or bark are made to raise the sleeping mats above the ground. This lean-to shelter has two sleeping platforms, one in back and the other in front under a small roof extension.

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Endicott Image Collection

Keywords

Architecture, Domestic -- Malaysia -- Kelantan., Batek (Malaysian people) -- Dwellings. , Lebir River (Malay)

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