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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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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1889 - 554 sider
...Researches, vol. i. 2 Grey's Australia, vol. ii. pp 222. .. J TYRANNY OF CUSTOM AMONG SAVAGES 453 ' the pig, and of fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoa-nuts,...' 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 Principles of Sociology: pt. IV. Ceremonial institutions. 1880. pt. V ...

Herbert Spencer - 1896
...never, I am informed, permitted to eat the flesh of the hog." In Tahiti " the men were allowed to cat the flesh of the pig, and of fowls, and a variety of fish, coc.oa-nut.s, ami plantains, and whatever was presented as an offering to Uic gods, which tho females, on pain of...
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Primitive Love and Love-stories

Henry Theophilus Finck - 1899 - 851 sider
...since, far from adoring her, lie did not even respect or well-treat her. Ellis (I., 109) relates that " The men were allowed to eat the flesh of the pig,...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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Primitive Love and Love-stories

Henry Theophilus Finck - 1899 - 851 sider
...since, far from adoring her, he did not even respect or well-treat her. Ellis (I., 109) relates that " The men were allowed to eat the flesh of the pig. and of fowls, and a variety of fish, cocoannts, and plantains, and whatever was presented as an offering to the gods ; these the females,...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1872
...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 and of fowls, and a %'ariety of fish, cocoa nuts, and plantains, and whatever was presented as an offering to the gods,...
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