Lamaholot



ETHNONYMS: Ata Kiwan, Holo, Solor, Solorese, Solot


Settlements

The government has consolidated traditional villages and hamlets into administrative units of 1,000 to 2,000 inhabitants under an elected village head, treasurer, and secretary. Bamboo houses with palm-leaf or grass roofs are being replaced with structures made of brick and cement with corrugated iron roofs. The government and the Catholic mission encourage this transformation.

See also Kédang


Bibliography

Arndt, Paul (1940). Soziale Verhältnisse auf Ost-Flores, Adonara und Solor. Anthropos, Internationale Sammlung Ethnologischer Monographien, vol. 4. Münster in W.: Aschendorffsche Verlagsbuchhandlung.

Arndt, Paul (1951). Religion auf Ostflores, Adonara, und Solor. Studia Instituti Anthropos, vol. 1. Vienna and Mödling: Missionsdruckerei St. Gabriel.

Barnes, R. H. (1977). "Alliance and Categories in Wailolong, East Flores." Sociologus 27:133-157.

Barnes, R. H. (1986). "Educated Fishermen: Social Consequences of Development in an Indonesian Whaling Community." Bulletin de l'École Française d'Extrême-Orient 75:295-314.

Vatter, Ernst (1932). Ata Kiwan: Unbekante Bergvölker im Tropischen Holland. Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut.

R. H. BARNES

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