Malanggan-2 - fish Malanggan with pig tusks Mandak...

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The Mandak of the Lelet plateau Northern New Guinea Malanggan
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Detail of Oceanic map showing New Guinea and New Ireland
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Malanggan tableau from Basel Museum fur Volkerkunde
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► ► Mandak - Corpse displayed for mourning
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Mandak - Malanggan representing a dead man
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Mandak - Man holding Lembe idiophone
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► ► Mandak - Malanggan with overmodeled head
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Mandak - Frieze Malanggan of Walik type commemorating several people at once
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Mandak - Malanggan with musical instruments
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Mandak - Malanggan representing a dead person truthfully
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Mandak – bird Malanggan of Selagot type (above) and
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Unformatted text preview: fish Malanggan with pig tusks Mandak - Malanggan in presentation hut – these represent wandering spiritual beings called gas ► ► Mandak - Uli Malanggan, hermaphrodite statues that represented the moon goddess or the sun’s cross-cousin (male) ► ► Mandak - Kambilin Malanggan made from fiber, represented the sun, Moroa, and often held the skull of the man commemorated by it in the center ► ► Mandak - Bird Malanggan called Lamalom – represented spirit (in bird form) of dead man...
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2011 for the course ART HIST 250 taught by Professor Brett-smith during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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