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The underwater city of Jams. By Alex Baty, Jack Lichlyter, Mcguire Price, and Sammy Anabtawi. Background culture. Jams is an underwater society that is in 300 B.C. It is under water in the Bermuda Triangle. The people are either mermaids or mermen. They have evolved to have no gills.

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The underwater city of jams

The underwater city of Jams

By Alex Baty, Jack Lichlyter, Mcguire Price, and Sammy Anabtawi


Background culture

Background culture

Jams is an underwater society that is in 300 B.C. It is under water in the Bermuda Triangle. The people are either mermaids or mermen. They have evolved to have no gills.


Political organization

Political Organization

  • The king has a baby and that baby is the prince/princess. Then his son/daughter gets married and becomes king/queen. They have some people who stop fights, they are called justice makers. Sometimes people that got exiled attack them. The JAMS people always win.


Family and kin

Family and kin

  • They get married the same how we get married. They don’t go to school at all they farm and work.


Attitude toward the unknown

Attitude toward the unknown

  • They can believe in any sea god or sea titan. When they wake up they worship a statue in their house. They cremate your body and throw your ashes into the sea.


Communications

Communications

  • They speak normal English. Their number system is Roman numerals.


Arts an esthetic values

Arts an esthetic values

  • Some people are specifically paid to do art and music. Sometimes they hold plays for special events. They only read when necessary because they so much work to do.


Recreation

Recreation

  • For leisure time they watched anchor lifting and sea horse racing. Only the strongest people got to participate in anchor lifting. Anyone could do sea horse racing. You just had to pre sign up.


Themes

Themes

  • Water and freedom is important to the Jams people because they breathe water. Freedom so they can worship what ever they want. Some of them worship Poseidon, and other sea gods. All of them have an idol or statue of who they worship in their house. They are carved from gold found in sunken ships.


Economics

Economics

  • They have very basic technology. Their money is sand dollars and sea shells. They all either farm, hunt, or work for the king. Most of them have to swim everywhere, but the very rich people have a very basic propeller so they don’t work out so much.


Food clothing shelter

Food, Clothing, Shelter

  • They hunt fish and farm fruits and vegetables. Some of the bad citizens hunt other people. They are cannibals. None of them had clothes they had mermaid/merman tails. The girls had seashells to cover some of there body.


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