Djanggawul: An Aboriginal Religious Cult of North-Eastern Arnhem Land

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Routledge, 1952 - Social Science - 320 pages
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The Djanggawul religious cult is the focus for this study because it is more important to the Aborigines themselves than other religious cults in the north-eastern region of Arnhem land.
The book includes chapters on the following:
Significance of the Djanggawul
The Djanggawul Myth and Content of the Myth
The Djanggawul Songs
The Djanggawul Song Cycle: Parts 1
The book includes an extensive glossary and index.
First published in 1952.

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ethnography Djanggawul: An Aboriginal Religious Cult of North-Eastern Arnhem Land:. There has been much discussion among anthropologists regarding the ...
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