3 edition of Ambonese adat found in the catalog.
Cooley, Frank L.
|Statement||Frank L. Cooley.|
|Series||Cultural report series ;, no. 10|
|LC Classifications||LAW |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p., , 5 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||64003363|
adat prescription. The graduates of these Dutch language schools, together with Ambonese soldiers, came to epitomize "Ambonese" in the eyes of both the Dutch and other Indonesians. It was taken for granted that their loyalty and identification with the Dutch represented popular opinion in Ambonese society, whereas, in fact, these two. On her maiden trip the boat performed well. While still in the Gulf of Ambon, a ray jumped out of the water over starboard, which according to Ambonese adat, will guarantee safe and trouble-free voyages.I didn’t see that, but the first mate did, and word quickly spread among the crew, putting smiles on their : Hans Rooseboom.
d'Amboinsche rariteitkamer, behelzende eene beschryvinge van allerhande zoo weeke als harde schaalvisschen, te weeten raare krabben, kreeften, en diergelyke zeedieren, als mede allerhande hoorntjes en schulpen, die men in d'Amboinsche Zee vindt; daar beneven zommige mineraalen, gesteenten, en soorten van aarde, die in d'Amoinsche, en zommige omleggende eilanden gevonden . “ The most esoteric of this season’s books are the hefty, alluring volumes (eventually six in all) of a 17th-century naturalist’s extraordinary masterwork, THE AMBONESE HERBAL (Yale University Press, $85 per volume) a botanical treasure trove of Indonesian plants.
The core of this Ambonese religion, which I called elsewhere Agama Nunusaku, or Nunusaku religion (Bartels a: ), was the pre-Moslem and pre-Christian traditional adat belief system based on ancestor veneration which after conversion to Islam or Christianity continued to be . Three stone hearth is a sign pointing to the existence of three social institutions, namely the Government Affairs, Education and the Church. The three institutions are represented by one of the stone composition in the TBT.
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The Ambonese Herbal, Volume 2 Book II: Containing the Aromatic Trees: Being Those That Have Aromatic Fruits, Barks or Redolent Wood; Book III: Containing Those Trees, Which Produce Some Resin, Notable Flowers, or Hurtful Milk; Book IV: Containing the Wild Trees That Provide Timber.
Ambonese Adat: A General Description. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies Corley Kathleen E. Private Women, Public Meals: Social Conflict in the Synoptic Tradition. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers Cox, Harvey. The Feast of Fools: a theological essay on festivity and fantasy.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press File Size: 1MB. While most Ambonese Muslims respect adat customs such as tahlilan (recitation and praise for God and the Prophet Muhammad), ziarah kubur (pilgrimage to graves), ritual meals, and pela-gandong (inter-religious cooperation), this group deemed such practices as ungodly traditions or un-Islamic in nature.
The Ambonese, also known as South Moluccans, are an Indonesian ethnic group of mixed Austronesian and Melanesian origin. They are majority Christians followed by Ambonese are from Ambon Island in Maluku, an island group east of Sulawesi and north of Timor in also live on the southwest of Seram Island; which is part of the Moluccas, Java, New Guinea; on the West.
Ambonese adat as jurisprudence of insurgency and oppression, in R. Kuppe and R. Potz (eds.): Law and Anthropology, International Yearbook for Legal Anthropology, Volume 5.
The Hague, Boston, London: Martinus Nijhoff, Adat Negeri with ever greater momentum to spearhead reconciliation based on Ambonese traditional values and contribute to the peaceful transition of the divided people, in particular by way of ful. Political and Legal Transformations of an Indonesian Polity is a long-term study of the historical transformations of the Minangkabau polity of nagari, property relations and the ever-changing dynamic relationships between Minangkabau matrilineal adat law, Islamic law and state by: customs (adat) that were laid down in the mystical past by their common ancestors2.
The following discussion will be restricted to the Central Moluccas, and, specifically, the islands of Ambon-Lease3, and Seram. The latter is considered the mother island of all “Ambonese”4. Although not the most important region of spice production, this region rose to.
This book examines the revolt of the Republic of the South Moluccas in the context of the social and economic changes experienced in Ambonese society during the last century of colonial rule. Ambonese adat as jurisprudence of insurgency and oppression Author(s) Benda-Beckmann, F.
von: Source: In: Law and anthropology, Int. Jahrbuch Rechtsanthropologie 5 / Kuppe, R., - p. 25 - Department(s) Law Group: Publication type: Chapter in scientific book. Ambons Other Halp: Some Preliminary Observation on Ambonese Moslem Society and History, dalam Review of Indonesian and Malayan Affairs Cooley,F.L.
Ambonese Adat: A. The book is a basis for all studies of the flora of the Moluccas and is still referred to today. Unlike the Amboina Curiosity Cabinet, the book, unfortunately, remains untranslated.
The Amboina. In our own work on resource management in the Moluccas, we showed how different spatial regimes, based on different versions of Ambonese traditional law called adat, have led to parallel and competing authority over spaces that has dominated village politics for centuries (see F.
von Benda-Beckmann ; F. von Benda-Beckmann and K. von Benda Price: $ Title: Ambonese adat as jurisprudence of insurgency and oppression Published in: Law and anthropology, Int. Jahrbuch Rechtsanthropologie 5: AuthorAuthor: F. von Benda-Beckmann. Of special importance is the recent book by Van Klinken (), but earlier works by Bertrand (, ) and Goss () also identify certain characteristics of the Ambonese political economy that underpinned the explosion of the religiously-inspired violence in (3) Within this body of literature, two converging dynamics stand out.
DAFTAR PUSTAKA Blood, Robert. O. Jr., The Free Press, New York Burton, J. Conflict: Resolution and York St. Martin’s Press. Part of the Peace Psychology Book Series book series (PPBS) This chapter is based on four years of effort in resolving the Maluku conflict, known as the worst intercommunal violence in Indonesia, which continued from early until Cited by: 8.Indonesia is the home of the largest single Muslim community of the world.
Its Christian community, about 10% of the population, has until now received no overall description in English. Through cooperation of 26 Indonesian and European scholars, Protestants and Catholics, a broad and balanced picture is given of its 24 million Christians. This book sketches the growth of Christianity during 5/5(1).