Ata Tana 'Ai

ETHNONYMS: Ata 'Iwang, Ata Kangae, Ata Krowé, Krowé

See also Ata Sikka


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Lewis, E. D. (1989). "Why Did Sina Dance? Stochasm, Choice, and Intentionality in the Ritual Life of the Ata Tana 'Ai of Eastern Flores." In Creating Indonesian Culture, edited by Paul Alexander. Oceania Ethnographies, 3. Sydney: Oceania Publications.

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Wurm, Stefan A., and Shiro Hattori, eds. (1983). Language Atlas of the Pacific Area. Part 2. Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities.


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