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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 u. 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: Established for the Promotion of Civilization ...

1851
...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 Institution

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 ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1875 - 528 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 ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1875 - 528 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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