(1) Hilman Tobey, a Northern Paiute living at Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, who celebrated his 100th birthday, made stone-bowled pipes for use in traditional ceremonies. He teaches pipe-making skills to apprentice Norman Zuniga. (2) It is 70 BC, before the Roman subjugation of Gaul by Julius Caesar. Cotos, an aristocrat and warrior, runs a farm with his wife, Artimias, in the land of the Eduens, in what is now Burgundy. Cotos is going to Bibracte, for an important vote and to fetch a sword for his son Eusugenios, establishing him as a genuine warrior.
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