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Die Gemeinde der Banaro : Ehe, Verwandtschaft und Gesellschaftsbau eines Stammes im Innern von Neu-Guinea ... / von Richard Thurnwald
Bib ID 2558788
Format BookBook
Author
Thurnwald, Richard, 1869-1954
 
Description Stuttgart : F. Enke, 1921 
iv, 274 p. : ill., plans ; 23 cm. 
Summary

Contribution to the study of the origin of family and state, based on research journeys in 1913-15.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Banara (Papuan New Guinea people)  |  Kinship -- Sepik River Valley (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea)  |  Marriage -- Sepik River Valley (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea)  |  Sepik River Valley (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea)  |  Sepik River Valley (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea) -- Social life and customs.

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