Tuamotuan religion

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The Museum, Kraus Reprint co. , Honolulu, Hawaii, New York
Tuamotuan language -- Texts., Tuamotu Islands -- Reli
Statementby J. Frank Stimson ...
SeriesBernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- no.103
The Physical Object
Paginationii, [3]-154 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13547462M

Genre/Form: Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stimson, J.F. (John Francis), Tuamotuan religion. Honolulu: Published by the Museum, COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

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To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. The Vahitahi creation chart in Tuamotuan Religion was drawn by Stimson according to the directions of Ruea-a-Raka. 36 She told him that it was “to the best of her recollection, as her grandmother Mahanga-a-Tetau drew it for her in the sands of the seashore.” 37 On another page, Stimson says of this chart that when it was explained to Ruea by her great-grandmother.

Political and social aspects are studied elsewhere in this book. This essay considers the religious and ritual picture of pre-European life on the islands, and shows how religious concepts influenced man in his environment.

The Tuamotuan group of islands represents the greatest concentration of atolls worldwide; they are a unique, two. Bagnall S - $ 61 EMORY, KENNETH P.

Tuamotuan Religious Structures [2 titles] and Ceremonies. p, 2 plates and illustrations. Archaeology of Mangareve and Neighbouring Atolls. Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID) the Library building and reading rooms are closed to visitors until further notice.

The health and safety of our community is of great importance to us and we look forward to staying connected with you online. Ancient magic and religious trends of the rāhui on the atoll of Anaa, Tuamotu.

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Frédéric Torrente. This paper is based on vernacular material that was obtained from one of the last of the ancient vanaga, masters of pre-Christian lore, Paea-a-Avehe, of Anaa1 Island.

FIG. 4—Tuamotuan and Tahitian creation graphically compared: a-b, the Tuamotuan conception of creation; a'-b', the Tahitian conception of creation; a, the world while in the form of an egg and containing Te Tumu and Te Papa; a', Ta'aroa within his two shells, the inner one of which becomes Te Tumu and Te Papa; b and b’, the present world with the sky raised to its final.

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FRANK. The legends of Maui and Tahaki STIMSON, J. FRANK. Tuamotuan legends (island of Anaa) STIMSON, J. FRANK. The cult of Kiho-Tumu STIMSON, J. FRANK (edited by Marshall, Donald Stanley). A dictionary of some Tuamotuan dialects of the Polynesian language.

The Hague STIMSON, J. FRANK. A None's Story packages sociology and history into an engaging personal story that puts a human face on the fast-growing movement of the 'nones' in American religious life.

Nicolaou's spiritual peregrinations are presented in ways that are informative and also frankly fun. -- Jana Riess, senior columnist, Religion News Service Nicolaou's writing is full of Cited by: 1.

Tuamotuan Religious Structures and Ceremonies by Kenneth P. Emory, Bulletin BPB Mus.Honolulu, The Unwritten Literature of Hawaii by Nathaniel B. Emerson, BAE Bulle Washington, Minoan Religion: Ritual, Image, and Symbol (Studies in Comparative Religion) Hardcover – March 1, by Nanno Marinatos (Author) › Visit Amazon's Nanno Marinatos Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited by:   In common with other oral societies, New Zealand Maori constructed mental maps by means of which they made sense of their phenomenological world.

Their cognitive template, called whakapapa, consists Cited by: 8. the Tuamotuan archipelago, or upon his beloved Tahiti." The reader is left to guess from which island group any particular chant or story came, except for one Hawaiian and one Marquesan chant.

The reasons for this omission in a book which purports to be a contribution to anthropology is stated thus (p. xiii): "The fact that an episode or. The Tuamotus have approximat inhabitants. The islands were initially settled by Polynesians, and from them, modern Tuamotuans share a common culture and the Tuamotuan language.

The Tuamotus are a French overseas elago: Polynesia.

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A language profile for Tuamotuan. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Ackerman, Phyllis. "The Dawn of Religion," in Forgotten Religions, V. Fermi, ed. Kenneth P. Tuamotuan Religious Structures and Ceremonies.

Bulletin BPB Mus. Book 7: The Sun, Moon, and Stars, and the Binding of the Years. With an appendix consisting of the first five chapters of Book VII from the Memoriales con.

book one also finds selections of oral literature, gathered by Stimson or Emory himself, particularly the chants that accompanied the manufacture, acquisition Tuamotuan Religious Structures and Ceremonies. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin. Tuamotuan, Paumotu in French Polynesia. The Joshua Project Progress Scale is an estimate of the progress of church planting among a people group, people cluster, country or language.

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The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life (London: G. Allen and Unwin, ), by Émile Durkheim, trans. by Joseph Ward Swain (Gutenberg text) Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de Tous Les Peuples du Monde (first editions in multiple languages, with commentary), ed. by Jean-Frédéric Bernard, illust.

by Bernard Picart (page images with. Part of the Science Across Cultures: The History of Non-Western Science book series (SACH, volume 1) Abstract If, on a Cartesian projection map of the world, one draws straight lines connecting Hawaii, New Zealand and Easter Island, the resulting triangle will enclose most of the thousands of islands called Polynesia by the early explorers and Cited by: 6.

Hawaiian Mythology, at p. REFERENCES. An asterisk (*) indicates Hawaiian material. A dagger (†) indicates both Hawaiian and South Sea material. Prior to A.D. the Polynesians were the most widely spread people on earth, having settled an area of the Pacific, the Polynesian Triangle, twice the size of the United States.

In this first reference guide to the mythology of these Vikings of the Pacific, Craig reviews Polynesian legends, stories, gods, goddesses, and heroes in hundreds of alphabetical entries that. Author of Fishhooks, Archaeology of the Pacific equatorial islands, Tuamotuan religious structures and ceremonies, The island of Lanai, South sea lore, Stone remains in the Society islands, Archaeology of mangareva and neighboring atolls, Kapingamarangi.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Beginning with the birth of Jesus and tracing the religion established by his followers up to the present day, The Faith is a comprehensive exploration of the history of ously covering all the signal moments without bogging down in minutia, author Brian Moynahan's superbly written and generously illustrated book is of central importance to 4/5.

The Islands and the People- PengHu, called Pescadores (Fishermen Islands) by early Portuguese explorers, consists of 64 small coral and basalt islands located in the Taiwan Strait at degrees North, degrees East, about km south of Fukien province in China and 60 km west of area is a dividing point between the East and South China Seas.

A Dictionary of Some Tuamotuan Dialects of the Polynesian Language. Stimson, J. Frank; Donald Stanley Marshall. Published by The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff; Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology; Salem, Peabody Museum; CHAPTER X.

The Twilight of the Gods. THERE WAS ONCE, then, a Golden Age. Why, how, did it come to an end. This has been a deep concern of mankind over time, refracted in a hundred myths, explained in so many ways which always expressed sorrow, nostalgia, despondency.

Series four through six consist of the research, notes, and pre-publication materials produced by Stimson and his colleagues. Series I. Informant Manuscripts consists of manuscript memo books and loose-leaf notes written by the native inhabitants who Stimson interviewed.

In common with other oral societies, New Zealand Maori constructed mental maps by means of which they made sense of their phenomenological world. Their cognitive template, called whakapapa, consists of a genealogical framework upon which spiritual, spatial, temporal and biophysical information about a particular place is located.

These many-layered Cited by: 8.Bishop Museum Bulletins in Cultural and Environmental Studies Volume 1.

Natural history of Nihoa and Necker islands. Evenhuis, N.L. & Eldredge, L.G. (editors). pp. Volume 2. Pacific Island names: a map and name guide to the new Pacific.

Motteler, L. pp. Volume 3. Biology of Hawaiian streams and estuaries.