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Maori and his religion in its non-ritualistic aspects.

J. Prytz-Johansen

Maori and his religion in its non-ritualistic aspects.

by J. Prytz-Johansen

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Published by I kommission hos E. Munksgaard in København .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Religion.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith a Danish summary.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2615 .J6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination297 p.
    Number of Pages297
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6189434M
    LC Control Number55044646
    OCLC/WorldCa5153911

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Maori and his religion in its non-ritualistic aspects by J. Prytz-Johansen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The last I regard as the single most illuminating work on traditional Maori religion and its social context. —Gregory Schrempp, author of Magical Arrows: the Maori, the Greeks, and the Folklore of the Universe.

The Maori and his Religion is a fascinating assemblage of early recorded accounts of the Maori. Maori and his religion in its non-ritualistic aspects. København, I kommission hos E. Munksgaard, (OCoLC) Online version: Prytz-Johansen, J. Maori and his religion in its non-ritualistic aspects.

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Download books for free. Find books. Upcoming Releases Recent Releases Special Issues in Ethnographic Theory Hau Book Series ( – ). The Maori and His Religion in Its Non-Ritualistic Aspects (new edition; HAU Classics series #1; c), by J. Prytz-Johansen, contrib. by Marshall Sahlins (HTML and PDF files at ) Maori Religion and Mythology, Illustrated by Translations of Traditions, Karakia, &c., to Which Are Added Notes on Maori Tenure of Land (London.

Maori and his Religion in its Non-Ritualistic Aspects and Studies in Maori Rites and Myths. Munksgaard Copenhagen. 80 REVIEWS great dea ol f researc anh d is packed with information bu, tht e materia isl very appendices and bibliograph is noy t relevan tot the book' states purposed.

The Maori and His Religion in its Non-Ritualistic Aspects. PRYTZ JOHANSEN. Copen- Reviewed by ALEXANDER SPoEm This thoughtful book by a Scandinavian scholar deals not with Maori religion as expressed in ritual and ceremony but with a series of concepts by which the Maori or.

Jørgen Prytz-Johansen: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The Maori and his Religion in its non-Ritualistic Aspects. Copenhagen, I Kommission hos Ejnar Munksgaard, pp. 25 kr. Studies in Maori Rites and Myths. Copenhagen, I Kommission hos Ejnar Munksgaard, pp.

22 kr. Johansen's two. Voyaging into Polynesia's Past. Ben Finney. References. Finney: Founding of PVS. Pritz, The Maori and his Religion in its Non-ritualistic Aspects. Munksgaard, Copenhagen. _____, Studies in Maori Rite and Myths.

Margaret, The Religious Significance of Maori Migration Traditions. Journal of the Polynesian Society. The Maori and His Religion in Its Non-Ritualistic Aspects by J.

Prytz Johansen The Maori and His Religion in Its Non-Ritualistic Aspects by J. Prytz Johansen (p. ) Review by: Alexander Spoehr. Visit the new American Anthropologist website for supplementary material, multimodal productions, teaching resources, a podcast, and more.

Journal Resources Journal list menu. The Newest HAU: An Embarrassment of Riches. I didn’t make a big deal of their reprint of Prytz-Johansen’s “The Maori and His Religion In Its Non-Ritualistic Aspects” because, despite my enthusiasm for the piece as a Pacifist, I don’t think (alas!) that tons of people were interested in it.

When was the last time you saw a. In the Maori language, the idea of “possession” is conveyed in two forms: one consisting of, or containing, the vowel a, and the other the vowel English, that relationship is often indicated by of or by 's without any difference in meaning; in Latin grammar it is called the “possessive genitive”.

The grammatical analysis of this relationship is expressed in the terms “possessor. Johansen, P. The Maori and His Religion in its Non-Ritualistic Aspects Copenhagen: Ejnar Munksgaard.

Jourdain, W. Land Legislation and Settlement in New Zealand Wellington: Government Printer Kohere, R.T. The Story of a Maori Chief Wellington: A.H.

and A.W. Reed. Prytz-Johansen, J. The Māori and his religion in it. s non-ritualistic aspects. Has been influential. Looks at meanings of concepts such as mana, tapu, utu as revealed by a careful study of all the early published sources.

Prytz-Johansen, J. Studies in Māori rites a. nd myths. "Introduction: Marking the Indigenous in Indigenous Minority Texts", Blood Narrative: Indigenous Identity in American Indian and Maori Literary and Activist Texts, Chadwick Allen. Aspects of Language and Literature in New Zealand, ed.

Graham. The Maori and His Religion in Its Non-Ritualistic Aspects. The Maori and his religion in its non-ritualistic aspects, by J. Prytz Johansen; Studies in Maori rites and myths, by J. Prytz Johansen, Sharp, Andrew.

Early Spanish discoveries in the Pacific, Simmons, David. Tahiti-Nui, by Eric de Bisschop, trans. From the French by Edward Young, Skinner, H. Correspondence on Murdering. I didn’t make a big deal of their reprint of Prytz-Johansen’s “The Maori and His Religion In Its Non-Ritualistic Aspects” because, despite my enthusiasm for the piece as a Pacifist, I don’t think (alas!) that tons of people were interested in it.

But the latest issue of HAU deserves attention. Continue reading →. Abstract: Includes a discussion of traditional Maori religion. ———. The Maori and His Religion in Its Non-Ritualistic Aspects With a Danish Summary. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, Abstract: Generally regarded as the classic work on the subject.

———. Studies in Maori Rites and Myths. Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Slskab. Johansen, Jørgen Prytz,The Maori and his Religion in its Non-ritualistic Aspects, Copenaghen, I Kommission Hos Ejnar Munksgaard København (nuova edizione,Hau Classics of Author: Pier Giorgio Solinas.The Maori and His Religion in its Non-Ritualistic Aspects.

Hau Classics of Ethnographic Theory Series, Volume 1. Edinburgh: School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Edinburgh.JOHANSEN, J.

PRYTZ: The Maori and His Religion in its Non-ritualistic Aspects. Copenhagen, Ejnar Munksgaard, pp. Softcover. - Name on inner cover. DKK Dissertation. JOHANSEN, J. PRYTZ: Maori og Zuni. To naturfolk og deres religion.

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