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dc.contributor.authorGrimble, Sir Arthur-
dc.description.abstractThe hereditary precedence and duties of the clans in the maneaba are described as being very structured traditions carried out for every aspect of life, such as food, harvest, clothing, decoration, rituals and the spiritual beliefs embodied in the person of Karongoa n uea, who bears the sun-title-
dc.format.extent16 p. typescript-
dc.subject.otherGilbert Islands, Kiribati, maneaba, myths and legends, precedence, social organisation, Karongoa n uea, migration, totems, crests, gods-
dc.titlePart I, Series L, Section 3.3: Precedence of the Clans in the Maneabaen
dc.identifier.callnumMSS 0003-
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