Items Related to the the Hunchback God Legend

Hunchback God (ya'ackidi') (P) is possibly so called because of the hump which represents the black bag he carries on his back, or because he is a deified mountain sheep. Matthews defines him as 'a god of harvest, a god of plenty, a god of mist.'
Stevenson says the hump is of clouds containing seeds of all vegetation. Sapir's text has the hump made of rainbow?


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