Jun 27 2014


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On the other hand, this deramlugar macumba; for another one, the rules of condombls were amoldaram it nags, not sedistinguindo of them seno for a bigger tolerance. The bantos cults emgradativo decline had received the espritos of the indians, what &#039 would go to take aosurgimento of one; ' condombl of cablocos' ' , and they had adopted cantos in lnguaportuguesa, to the step that condombls nags only uses cantos in African language. Already the Sudanese proceeding from the fricaocidental, Sudan and of the Coast of the Guin, had culturally contributed for aformao of an identity afro-Brazilian, since much of its prticasculturais reign currently as, for example, candombl, practical religiosados enslaved Sudanese. In Brazil these groups: esudaneses bantos had joined resulting in biological crossings, cultural ereligiosos. In accordance with Paiva (2001, p.36): Etnias information, assimcomo, cultural practical traditions joined and.

New colors were forged colonial pelasociedade and for it appropriate to assign to different groups depessoas, to indicate hierarquizao of the social relations, to impose adiferena of a world inside each more crossbred time. Of the color of the skin to the one of it hid panosque it valued or it until the motley of the colonial streets, reflected plurality of migrantes knowledge, applied to vegetal, mineral, animal and cultural the substance. One notices that the cultural crossing entreestes African peoples propitiated the construction of a culturalbrasileira identity, or culture afro-Brazilian. A time that, they had not feared in ' ' inventarcdigos of behaviors and to recriarem practise of sociability culturais' ' (Paiva 2001, p.23). Thus, this crossing was resulted of long processoque propitiated peculiar a cultural wealth to Brazil. In accordance with Paiva (2001, p.27), can-secaracterizar this cultural crossing as resultant of an approach entreuniversos geographically moved away, in hibridismos and impermeabilidades, (reverse speed) appropriations, adaptations and overlapping of representations and cultural deprticas. Thus, the African influence was setornando visible in some pursuings of the colonial society, such comoculinria, practical religious, dances, amongst other cultural values queforam incorporated for the Brazilian population.

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