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" ... the men were allowed to eat the flesh of the pig, and of fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoa-nuts, and plantains, and whatever was presented as an offering to the gods : these the females, on pain of death, were forbidden to touch ; as it was supposed,... "
Inselgruppen in Oceanien: Reiseergebnisse und Studien - Side 11
af Adolf Bastian - 1883 - 282 sider
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Missionary Records

1799
...while the female sex were considered common ; the men were allowed to eat the flesh of the animals, fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoa-nuts, and plantains,...whatever was presented as an offering to the gods ; these the females were forbidden to touch on pain of death, as it was supposed they would pollute...
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Polynesian Researches: During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Bind 1

William Ellis - 1831
...on the services of idol worship in the temple, were considered ra, or sacred ; while the female sex was considered noa, or common : the men were allowed...whatever was presented as an offering to the gods : these the females, on pain of death, were forbidden to touch ; as it was supposed, they would pollute...
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Missionary Records: Tahiti and Society Islands, Bind 3

1840 - 334 sider
...while the female sex were considered common ; the men were allowed to eat the flesh of the animals, fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoa-nuts, and plantains,...whatever was presented as an offering to the gods ; these the females were forbidden to touch on pain of death, as it was supposed they would pollute...
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Woman's rights and duties considered with relation to their influence on ...

Woman - 1840
...idol worship in the Temple, were considered sacred, while the female sex altogether was considered common ; the men were allowed to eat the flesh of the pig and of fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoa nuts and plantains, and whatever was presented as an offering to the gods, which the females,...
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The Journal of civilization

Society for the Advancement of Civilization
...while the female aex were considered common ; the men were allowed to eat the flesh of the animals, fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoa-nuts, and plantains,...whatever was presented as an offering to the gods ; these the females were forbidden to touch on pain of death ! The fires at which the men's food was...
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Polynesian Researches During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Bind 1

William Ellis - 1831
...on the services of idol worship in the temple, were considered ra, or sacred ; while the female sex was considered noa, or common : the men were allowed...whatever was presented as an offering to the gods : these the females, on pain of death, were forbidden to touch ; as it was supposed, they would pollute...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...noa, or common : the men were allowed to eat were imprecations they were accustomed to denounce upon the flesh of the pig and of fowls, and a variety of fish, each other ; or, Take ont your eye-ball and give it to your cocoa-nuts and plantains, and whatever...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian ..., Bind 20;Bind 1869

1871
...strong and courageous enough to prevent their sisters from being taken without exchange." In Tahiti "the men were allowed to eat the flesh of the pig...cocoa-nuts, and plantains, and whatever was presented as an ottering to the gods, which the females on paiu of death were forbidden to touch, as it was supposed...
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The origin of civilisation and the primitive condition of man; mental and ...

1875 - 15 sider
...endowed with freedom, either of ' thought or action, is erroneous in the highest degree.' In Tahiti,3 ' the men were allowed to eat the flesh of ' the pig,...' and plantains, and whatever was presented as an offer' ing to the gods, which the females, on pain of death, ' were forbidden to touch, as it was supposed...
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The origin of civilisation and the primitive condition of man; mental and ...

1875 - 15 sider
...endowed with freedom, either of ' thought or action, is erroneous in the highest degree.' In Tahiti,8 ' the men were allowed to eat the flesh of ' the pig, and of fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoa-nuts, 4 and plantains, and whatever was presented as an offer' ing to the gods, which the females, on pain...
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