2 edition of Kuanyama Ambo folklore found in the catalog.
Kuanyama Ambo folklore
E. M. Loeb
|Statement||by E. M. Loeb.|
|Series||Anthropological records -- vol.13, no.4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||335|
Best deals on African books on bidorbuy. Find quality paperback and hardback Africana titles, Boer War, South Africa and Rhodesia books available to buy, or sell . Customary Folklore. All forms of standard folk social behavior and performances. Folk belief is the essence of customary folklore. Folk Belief ____Unshakable conviction, rational or non-rational in truth of an idea. Which is held in common by the folk or any group with a community of interests.
linkbeloworgototheDEpageontheHCCwebsite.!! • TheDistanceEducationStudentHandbookcontainspoliciesandprocedures! uniquetotheDEstudent File Size: KB. Maldivian mythology or Maldivian folklore is the body of myths, tales and anecdotes belonging to the oral tradition of though some of the Maldivian myths were already mentioned briefly by British commissioner in Ceylon HCP Bell towards the end of the 19th century, their study and publication were carried out only quite recently by Spanish writer and artist Xavier Romero-Frias.
Variations: Nundá, Eater of People The cat of Sultan Majnún was unusually fierce. One day it killed a calf, but the Sultan dismissed the event, stating that “the cat is mine, and the calf is also mine”. email, face book, thus ‘shouting from afar’ as it were and then sent ‘meat’ [money] through money gram, and other home-link facilities hoping these would be passed on to their children. One bizarre incident is depicted by Manyarara in her short-story “OKRH” when a husband in File Size: KB.
Sketches of society and manners in Portugal
Ploughshares of gods, Ladakh
Exegesis and grammar in medieval Karaite texts
Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Magherafelt, Co. Derry 1882-1982
Equal opportunities in Westcare Business Services
Historical & literary memoirs and anecdotes
Person-centred counselling in a nutshell
Study design and preliminary data analysis for a streambank fencing project in the Mill Creek Basin, Pennsylvania
Poverty and social change
Danger feeds my fear
Functional differential equations
miracles of Jesus
Folklore Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Loeb, Edwin Meyer, Kuanyama Ambo folklore. Berkeley: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
The Ovambo people (pronounced ()), also called Aawambo, Ambo, Aawambo (Ndonga, Nghandjera, Kwambi, Mbalantu), Ovambo or Ovawambo (Kwanyama), are a Bantu ethnic group native to Southern Africa, primarily modern are the single largest ethnic group in Namibia, accounting for over half of the population.
They are also found in southern Angolan province of Cunene where they are Angola:55 EDWIN MEYER LOEB Edwin Loeb died on Aug at the age of seventy-two while vacationing with his wife, Ella Marie, in Santa Monica, California. In the spring of he suffered a stroke from which he did not fully re- cover.
Despite the stroke's crippling effects and the embarrassment he endured by being dependent on a wheelchair, Loeb remained a spiritually. Neither essays on evangelism nor sections of the Kalevala have anything to do with Sami folklore or mythology. So we get to the actual bit of the book we wanted, and it is around 70 pages of double spaced type, so you get about 20 short lines of text to the page/5(8).
Books in review. Article in F. Bodenheimer W. Junk, The Hague;pp. 10 fl. Kuanyama Ambo Folklore, E. Loeb Anthropological Records 4, University of California Press, History and traditions of Niue / by Edwin M. Loeb; Kuanyama Ambo folklore / by E. Loeb; Sumatra: its history and people / Edwin M.
Loeb; Niue vocabulary [not after ] [microform] Niue vocabulary [ca. ] [microform]. Loeb, Edwin M. History and traditions of Niue / by Edwin M.
Loeb Bernice P. Bishop Museum Honolulu, Hawaii Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Description: Journal of American Folklore, the quarterly journal of the American Folklore Society since the Society's founding inpublishes scholarly articles, essays, notes, and commentaries directed to a wide audience, as well as separate sections devoted to reviews of books, exhibitions and events, sound recordings, film and videotapes, and to obituaries.
Heretofore, only scanty material on folklore has beenpub-lished for the Kuanyama Ambo, 1 a Bantu tribe living about thirty miles on either side of the central part of the internatior nal boundary between South WestAfrica and Angola. This is the largest of the Ambotribes, numbering at present o in South WestAfrica alone.
Manyof them. Subject: Folklore Sub-subjects. Folklore ( works) Three Little Pigs (Little Golden Book) by Walt Disney Productions ( copies) Why the sun and the moon live in the sky by Elphinstone Dayrell ( copies) Anansi and the Moss-Covered Rock by Eric A.
Kimmel ( copies). Folklore 39 BOOK REVIEW THE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE MAGICAL SELF Laura Stark The Magical Self. Body and the Supernatural in Early Modern Rural Finland. FF Communications Helsinki: Academia Scien-tiarum Fennica, pp.
The bulky, page study by Laura Stark is an indepth analysis of rural life in Early Modern Fin. Folklore 38 BOOK REVIEWS A SHAMANIC BOOK WITHOUT SHAMANIC STORIES Michael Berman. The Nature of Shamanism and the Shamanic Story. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.
In the first sentence of the introduction, the author announces his attempt to make out the case to intro-duce a new genre of tale – a shamanic story, which is. Also, he wrote articles on the ethnographic position of the Kwanyama (he uses the term Kuanyama Ambo) among the peoples of Namibia, their folklore, magic, and initiation rites.
In he published this book, entitled In Feudal Africa. Deforestation in the Owambo Region, North Namibia, Since the s Article (PDF Available) in Environment and History 2(3) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Harri Siiskonen.
The following index of the issues of the Journal of American Folklore serves as a con-tinuation of X, the finding index of JAF to be published early next year.
Aili K., (R) The Christmas Book, TOO; Karpeles, Maud, In Memoriam: Anne G. Kuanyama Ambo Magic, ; Loomis, C. Grant, (R) The Typical. --"KUANYAMA AMBO MAGIC,” ACCORDING TO former White House aide Michael K. Deaver’s new book on the White House (“Behind the Scenes”), even Ronald Reagan is “incurably superstitious.
An Anthology of Myths, Legends and Folktales from Cameroon: Storytelling in Africa (STUDIES IN AFRICAN LITERATURE) [Matateyou, Emmanuel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
An Anthology of Myths, Legends and Folktales from Cameroon: Storytelling in Africa (STUDIES IN AFRICAN LITERATURE). is contained in Dr.
Loeb’s book Ifz Fez~dol Ajrica, a study of the Kuanyama Ambo peo- ples. In this field study, as in all previous studies, he examined the cultures near and around the one of his immediate concentration. Primarily he remained interested in the diffu- sion of trait : Gertrude Toffelmier.
Ambo, ethnolinguistic group located in the dry grassland country of northern Namibia and southern Angola. They are usually called Ovambo in Namibia and Ambo in Angola and speak Kwanyama, a Bantu language. The Ambo were originally ruled by hereditary kings. Kalulu the Hare and Other Zambian Folk-Tales book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5.The Best of African Folklore -- Phyllis Savory in the Africana category was listed for R on 3 Jul at by flemming_skot in Pretoria / Tshwane (ID).Yamabiko (山彦) is a mountain god, spirit, and yōkai in Japanese lly translated, "yamabiko" means "echo." It is the yōkai responsible for the natural phenomenon in mountains or canyons.
Living deep in the mountains, direct encounters with the yamabiko are rare. Often they are heard, but never seen. The small and elusive yokai wasn't officially classified until the Edo period.