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are perfectly square or rectangular.
Yeibichai style weavings depict ceremonies in which human
dancers impersonate Yeis. There are usually six dancers,
often shown in profile with one leg bent as if dancing.
Other figures may include a lead dancer, a 'following' clown
known as Water Sprinkler, the Medicine Man, and the patient
for whom the ceremony is being performed. All of these
figures are rendered as realistically proportioned human
use life-like colors in Yeibichai rugs, and although the
ceremonies depicted all take place at night, Yeibichai weavings
seldom depict a night scene.