miscellaneous Temputn of the Benua> on the river Mahakam in Kalimantan


Temputn Senarikn (Origin of human beings)

pp. 31-35 the 3 successive wives of Tamarikukn Lanit

wives of T.L.

wives of Hephaistos

pp. 31-32 1st (derived from tana putus mate "earth certainty of death", p. 31) +Ape Bunan Tana, who dissolved (p. 32) in uran riau "hot rain".

(according to the Ilia[d-]s) +Khari[t-]s

pp. 32-33 2nd ayan +Dian Rano, ayakn +Tuilukn Uyukn, born from an uyukn (pinan-pod)

(according to the Odysseis) +Aphrodite [who was married to a scallop-god]

pp. 33-35 ayakn +Seraken Pinan who cut (p. 33) her father's forehead: she was directed to marry whatever man his T.L.'s ring & leg-band fit; this was her own father, incognito (p. 34); but later she recognized him by his scar (p. 35)

[attempted sexual rape of] +Athene, who had been born from her father's forehead. [Ute] Coyote directed his daughter to marry any man resembling him; this was himself incognito; but later she recognized him by his scar

pp. 35-37 progeny of T.L. & +S.P.:- [S. = Senian]

p.

name

body, etc.

35

S. Galekn

had no arms and no legs {cf. [Daoist] Hun-Dun}

36

S. Kawit

with no leg on one side


S. Kenkekn

without an arm on one side


S. Upe

with both his arms and legs (viz., whole)


S. Buakn

likewise, whole


S. Junen

whole


S. Jun~ukn

whole


S. Besara

whole


S. Sahu>

whole


Kojau Uma> Telikn

whole


Rayukn Mana> Uma> Teleu

whole


+Bati Lolakn Tiar

whole, female





further progeny of T.L. & +S.P

named by __

ancestor (forefather, forebear) of __


Sentikn

+Silu> Urai

wildcats


Kupakn

Jun~ukn Ayus

bears


Jon~akn

+S.U.

deer


Juntatn

J.A.

feral swine


Bodau

+S.U.

macaque


Kujar

J.A.

monkeys






still further progeny of T.L. & +S.P. [born later at Bawo Ujun Lanit, according to p. 37]:-


name

named by __ (as per p. 36)

ancestor (forefather, forebear) of __


I>

[itak +Bulatn Teran]

the Wok


Ilon

kakah Bulatn Teran

the Tonoi


Lentakn

[i.+B.T.]

the Juata


Lalai

[k.B.T.]

the N~ahu>


Rumai

[i.+B.T.]

[lord of] tupi> "dreams"


Nes


snakes


Nos


wasps


Sentukn


bees


Lintukn


the Nayu>


Rimas


the Bonai


Bajur


fish


+Bura

J.A.



+Narik, mother of +Sia, mother of Punen

+S.U.

all human beings

{with the defective progeny of T.L.& +S.P., cf. the son of Hephaistos & +Athene, namely Erekhthonios (who was serpent-legged); also, Erekhtheus, etc.}

variant enumeration:-

#, on p. 36

name

#, on p. 37[imitating <arabic source? -- vide "Djin"]

1st

I>

1st

2nd

Ilon


3rd

Lentakn

8th

4th

Lalai


5th

Rumai

9th



10th Demun, whence the Kuyakn and the Tentuwaja>



11th

6th

Nes

6th

7th

Nos

7th

8th

Sentukn


9th

Lintukn

2nd

10th

Rimas

3rd



4th Bontik ancestor of the Timan



5th Pilus ancestor of the "Djin"

11th

Bajur


12th

+Bura


13th

+Narik


p. 40 destinies of the eaters of the flesh of their sister +Bura ("white"):-

eaters of her flesh __

banishment to __

raw

stay around the tree Putakn Kayun Nain

cooked

become spirit-familiars of humankind

[non-eaters]

become Senian: assigned to specific places


name [S. = Senian]

place whereto assigned {L.= Lanit]

S. Galekn

L. Ledok Gasikn

S. Kawit

L. Lalai Idai

S. Kenken

L. Lalai Potatn

S. Jun~ukn & S. Junen

L. Lalai We

S. Sahu> & S. Upe

L. Puti Lanit Wakn Lalir

S. Pela & S. Buakn

Lomu> Wakn Datn

Demun Penuwoyu>

Nunuk Damukn Solai

Bati Lolakn Tiar

L. Benusar Genikn

S. Besara

L. Balai Solai

Lintukn

Putakn Ramai Solai

I>

Jaikn Tana Punas

Lentakn

Tinkutn Leok Tasik

Ilokn

Poncokn Murukn Bewai

Lalai

the tree Solet Olo

Rumai

Usuk Liakn Denapm

p. 40 the tree Putakn Kayun Nain is in valley Talutn Luai by village Olakn Temiyowo

Temputn Danum ete Putakn (Origin of water from the Putakn[-tree])

p. 42 genealogy in male line of descent

Tatau Lukn-Lanit

Tatau Lukn Rigah

Lalukn Lempokn Bankukn

Nalau Lempukn Karau

Nalau Lempukn Utak

Tatau Lalukn Sirukn

DANUm "water", cognate with [Skt.] DHANUs "a bow, rainbow"

p. 42 Lalukn Sirukn was married to +Tempose Lili, and they dwelt at Usuk Jautn Natukn, "at the Edge of the Dark Clouds. The only source of water at this time was" Lalukn Sirukn, "as water trickled from ... the corners of his mouth."

As component of the fetter binding Fenrir, the "spittle of a bird" may have been provided by Heim-dall, who needed no more sleep than a bird (according to the Edda). Heimdall was guardian of the rainbow.

p. 44 T.L.S.'s pengawa (captain) slew by shooting ipoh from his fingers {cf. Daoist shooting lightning from fingers: allusion to duck-billed platypus' having poisonous talon?}, sinak from his eyen; but (p. 46) that pengawa was himself killed by looking at his own reflection in the mirror Busatn-Tiwak {cf. Daoist mirrors which reflect back curses on would-be cursers}.

p. 46 in village Usuk Jautn Nantukn, T.L.S.'s longhouse during the day "stood close to the earth, but at night it rose to unseen heights upon its iron pillars." {cf. iron statue crushed by blind Dhr.ta-ras.t.ra, according to the Maha-bharata -- blindness may be alternative to self-destruction by seeing one's self}

This longhouse might repraesent the F2 layer of the ionosphaere: the mirror might repraesent its reflecting radio-waves. The iron pillars might refer to the earth's magnetic field. The "rainbow" might be the aurora [borealis].

p. 47 genealogy of trees from heart of T.L.S.:- [P. - Putakn]

P. Lomu> Loku>

P. Lomu> Lunkakn

P. Rebakn Lalir

P. Rebakn Bokakn

P. Ragas Lai>

P. Rematn Dawatn

P. Lebat Bulat

the struggle over its fruit:-

p. 47A child, Sira>, son of Lalukn Reniun & +Ebok Bayakn Bulatn, was weeping for, as toy, the fruit of P. Lebat Bulat, which fruit had been carried off by the shrew Marau Belakn to the tree Kumpat Remunutn Jautn.

A rabbit carried off the fruit used as playing-ball, according to the Popol Vuh.

p. 49 Pelek (father of Pele), having shot the shrew, was struck by Ujun Karakn, who smote the would-be fruit-retriever Ujun Tini>; so that Lalukn Reniun recovered the fruit.

The fruit used as playing-ball was recovered.

pp. 49-50 deities who arrived in lightning-flashes while that fruit was being carried to be planted by Pelanuk ("mouse-deer") the father of Luhi>:- [N. = Nayu>]

p.

progress toward planting

deity who appeared

49

carrying fruit

N. Kenkapm-Kenkeman

49-50

walked on in longhouse

N. Tomekn-Temenan

50

reached the door

N. Telentakn-Teau


descended the ladder

N. Temelili Olo


reached the yard

N. Nempar Bulau


squatted digging

N. Ima Dua> Amo


placed fruit in hole

N. Tentapm Dalapm

p. 49 These lightning-flashes occurred while Sira> Nain was sleeping. {cf. the lightning-storm seen in dream by [S^uar of Ecuador] seeker of arutam: this is "type 2 false awakening"}

pp. 50-51 Sira> Nain climbed tree, which "tree kept growing ... through the layer of clouds known as Mulu-mate and at length had grown close to" the door of the heavens: S.N. thereupon became (p. 51) named Niam Rumokn, and afterwards Boruk Beruokn Olo, the macaque monkey. {cf. brethren Hun C^uen & Hun Batz, who climbed a tree which miraculously grew, changing them into monkeys, according to the Popol Vuh}

The macaque Beruokn Olo Merapat Jawakn Lanit hath "one hand grasping the crown of the tree and the other planted firmly in the Door of the Heavens." (p. 55)

[Sumerian] Enkidu suffered having the door to the realm of HUwawa slammed shut on his hand.

As Beruokn Olo was "grasping the falling crown of the tree, a branch was broken off and flung high into the heavens where it was tranbsformed into a sea, the place of the crocodile" Orai Ani>. (p. 61)

Is this branch the stick wedged between the jaws of the crocodile, rendering it helpless, in the Iban maxim? In the Bhagavata Puran.a, HUHU is seized by a crocodile -- is this Orai Ani>?

p. 56 food-offerings by Kilip to:-

name

description


Spirits of Sunrise


Spirits of Sunset

Lintukn

forebear of the Nayu>

Ilokn

forebear of the Tonoi

Lentakn

forebear of the Juata

Lalai

ancestor of the N~ahu>

Rumai

lord of dreams

Demun

lord of the Kuyakn

Bontik

ancestor of the Timan

I>

ancestor of the Wok

Nes

king of snakes

Nos

king of wasps

pp. 58-60 wood-chips (hacked from the chopping-down, by means of the axe Abak Solai, of the tree Putakn Kayun Nain) after having been salvaged to be carven, were tossed to specific places, thereat becoming deities:-

p.

the chopping by Jun~ukn Ayus, "in the direction of the rising sun"


fetcher & carver of deity-figure

at place

deity thus created

58

at comand by Silu> Urai: it was fetched by Telose Sie; carven by Komakn Lolakn

"the Pillars of the Heavens"

Legikn Senian the Nayu> (who guardeth the P.o.H.)


at command by J.A.

Jaikn Tana Punas

the Wok in forest


at comand by +S.U.

edges of the sea

Rimas lord of the Bonai


[J.A.]

Naga> Galakn Tana>

Ilokn lord of the Tonoi


[+S.U.]

mt. (volcano) Mentiyalikn

Bontik ancestor of the Timan


[J.A.]

ocean-deeps

the Juata


[+S.U.]

Diakn Denapm

Rumai lord of dreams


[J.A.]

Lelutukn Solet Olo

the N~ahu>


[+S.U.]

berinin-tree Damukn Solai

lady Kuyakn


[J.A.]

thicket of tangled vines

Nes lord of snakes

59

[+S.U.]

bengris-tree Rere Olo

Nos lord of bees






the chopping by Aji, facing west: the wood-chips were discarded westward: the discarders J.A. & +S.U.


fetcher & carver of deity-figure

at place

deity thus created


[J.A.]


Nayu> Jun~ukn Jore Piyuyatn


[+S.U.]

mt. Lumut of the dead

Bentanan Nayun Lumut


[J.A.]

Land of the Dead

Bentanan Nayun Tanur


[+S.U.]

Land of the Dead

Lesiak Nayun Ketapm


[J.A.]

Land of the Dead

Tankikn Usuk Purai


[+S.U.]

Land of the Dead

Nayu> Jakai Olo


[J.A.]

Land of the Dead

Nayu> Tonop Olo


[+S.U.]

Land of the Dead

Nayu> Dehorokn Olo


[J.A.]

Land of the Dead

Temelenkau Nayun Lumut


[+S.U.]

Land of the Dead

Bento Bulau Sencanan Turu


[J.A.]

Land of the Dead

Nayu> Ketukn Tenkatn Piyuyatn


[+S.U.]

Land of the Dead

Usuk Bumut Lemut


[J.A.]

"hollow within" Putakn-tree

Bumukn Aur-Bumukn Asur, Manti> Jawa> Liaw Mate "chief great of corpse dead"






chop facing east



at place

deity thus created



?

Nayu> Ilakn Lemian



?

Nayu> Ilakn Temelawui



?

Batu> Anetn Olau Buncetn



?

Nayu> Ketikn-Ketinan



?

Nayu> Tomekn Temenan



?

Nayu> User Bentara>






chip flew off to the left = westward {as on antient Kemetian maps, with south at top}



river Pahu

Nayu> Pahu



river

Geoi Bulau Nayun Apo>



river

Nayun Pahatn



river

Tentuwaheu, Nayun Pira>

59-60


river

Matikn Bulau N~uatan

60


river

Dusutn Olo Rana> Galai, Timan Batan Berasatn

{with deities created by being carven from wood-chips, cf. former race of mankind created by being carven from wood, in the Popol Vuh}

p. 61 other deities originating from felling of the Putakn-tree

from the chips which flew as the Putakn fell

Guruk Uma> Denkar

Dahur Tatau Solai


from the trunk of the fallen Putakn

Nayu> Regohoi Tuha>

Nayu> Sentuar Putakn

Nayu> Itak Senceloi Ili


from the deepest root of the Putakn

kakah Senceloi Liakn

p. 61 deluge issued from that felled hollow tree {cf. New-Guinean myth of deluge issuing from hollow tree: apparently the bujum-tree (hollow, water-filled) of Australia & Madagascar} escaped from only aboard raft of Kilip, or aboard boat of Aji; passengers on the latter became ripatn (slaves) of Aji

p. 62 epithets of rivers

river

epithet

meaning

Mahakam

denakn olo

path of the sun

Pahu

malik on~o>


Idan

jiutn bematn

juice of the bematn[-plant]

Encapm

panas lalukn

hot water

Pebaotn

numpar ewo


Barito

rana> karukn


Tiwe

jiutn kukut

spit from the teeth

Mea

danum daya

water of blood

p. 62 the river Mea hath "its source in the region of Lumut where live the souls of [the trunk of] the body called" Liaw, "and its mouth at" Tenankai, "where live the spirits of the heads, or" Kelelunan {cf. Kemetian regions of the netherworld containing trunks of bodies only; or containing heads of bodies only}.

Temputn Nayu> (Origin of sky-spirits) of the Benua> of Kalimantan

Benciakn as Perseus

p.

B[enciakn]

P[erseus]

63

Nayu> Deolonokn __ were brethren: Utak & Payakn

Diktus & Polu-dektes were brethren (GM 73.c).

64, 66

those brethren forced marriage on the +Bulatn Lio & +Bulatn Rano, the mothers of Uda> Nayu> & Bela> Nayu>, who befriended B.

Polu-dektes sought to force marriage (with himself) upon +Danae (GM 73.d); P. opposed this.

66

B. was "a killer ... of women"

P. killed the demi-goddess Medousa:

67

B. overcame the talking swords

from her came the falchion (scimetar)-demigod Khrus-aor (GM 73.h).


B. was a head-hunter

P. was a head-hunter.

67-69

deities originated out of the blood dripping from the decapitated heads being carried by B.

a swarm of venemous serpents was produced out of the blood dripping from the decapitated head being carried by P. (GM 73.i).

69

the guardian of the door of the heavens lowered a pestle to B. who was at the crest of the mountain

Atlas, who upheld the sky, was transformed into a mountain by P. (loc. cit.).

pp. 67-69 deities originated from blood of the slain [N. = Nayu>; T. = Tanur]

{cf. similar parentless-originations of deities in the Kojiki, etc.}

p.

from blood spilled on __

originated __ (deity)

67, 69

floor

N. Doyapm Jutui & N. Doyapm Ayo

69

wall

N. Memelemekn


shingles

N. Seletap Sapo


door

N. Telentakn Teau


foreyard

N. Temelili Olo


dawn

N. Riak & Radak; Sese & Use & Nempar Bulau


downriver

Tatau Tamak Bukn, Ma> Unti ("water-well"), N. Pepuatn Ontekn, N. Deraya Omekn


?

Mila> Manca> Nayun Jawa>, Mila> Maliu Nayun Jawa>, Radetn Bulau Nayun Jawa>, N~alan Bulau Nempesuakn


?

Belida> Balai Tana, Jerebe> Luakn Ikui, Gerunikn Balai Bulau


upriver

Seleu Liakn & Bincakn Seleu Layutn


around mt. Tanur

Bun~ak-N~an~ak Kekekn T., Jaukn Janok Kenekn T., Marukn Tutu head of the Barito, Marakn Tinan Koakn Bonakn, Tapik Ampah at the mouth of the Wanan, Iman Bulau at the head of the Lahei


climbing mt. Tanur

Paukn Lesukn Tenah T. & Toni>-Tonotn Tenah T.


crest of the mt.

Tamelawui Usuk T.

p. 70 when the guardian of the door of heaven kicked them down thence, Delonokn Utak & Delonokn Payakn fell, died, and became Selebintik Buntukn Bentas & Lenau Bulau Bukn Natakn.

p. 70 Benciakn, brother of Lan~akn, then returned to Batu> Galakn Nayu>. Would this place-name be associated with Naga> Galakn Tana>, place of Ilokn (= Iloko of Luzon?)?

Naga> Galakn Tana> is paired (Temputn, p. 58) with (volcano) Mentiyalikn, place of Bontik (= Bontok Igorot of Luzon?) [volcanoes are abodes of souls of the dead, in Solomon is.]

cf. (volcano, GM 75.6) Khimaira of (GM 75.b) king Io-bates; king Io-bates being allied (GM 73.a) with Proitos [= Skt. preta "unborn soul"] the human father of Perseus.

As a composite animal Khimaira (GM 75.b), or as a composite-animal-style pirates' ship Kheimarrhos (GM 75.d), the connection with preta ("soul between lives, soul to-become-relinked-to-body") would seem to confirm a Bauddha hypothesis of the composite nature of the soul.

alternative parallelism: Benciakn as Kuknos of Anauros

Benua>

Druopian

pp. 63-64 the Nayu> Olikn brethren were slain, and their sons Uda> & Bela> were carried off, by the Delonokn brethren.

Theio-[menes] was slain, and his (Th.-m.'s) son Hulas was carried off, by Hera-klees (GM 143.a). His (Th.-M.'s) successor Plulas was likewise slain Hera-klees (GM 143.b).

p. 63 the Delonokn brethren despoiled the Nayu> Olikn brethren's corpses [of their heads].

Hera-klees and Io-laos then despoiled Kuknos's corpse (GM 143.g).

p. 66 Benciakn was sympathizer, on account of their fathers' deaths, with Uda> & Bela>.

Anauros (GM 143.g) was place of chosen by Kehuks as burial-place of Kuknos.

p. 69 Benciakn was pursued for despoiling the the Delonokn brethren's corpses [of their heads].

+Athene had warned Hera-klees not to despoil the corpse of Kuknos (GM 143.g).

The Benua>, though now in the valley of the Mahakam, hail earlier from the valley of the river TIWai / Tiwe / Tewe (Temputn, p. 1), a tributary to the river Barito. TIW is the Old English (cf. Norse Ty`-r) cognate to [Skt.] DIVas-pati Indra, husband to +DIVA, goddess of riches whose name is aequivalent to the "Minoan Linear B script" goddess +DIWA, ancestress (GM 143.c) to the tribe ruled over by Theio-menes & Phulas. They occupied (GM 143.b) Hermione, a town named for the wife (GM 114.f) of Orestes -- +Hermione is cognate with [Skt.] +Sarama the bitch, wife (according to the Veda) of the dog Sisira, whose name is cognate Sisra> who was murdered treacherously by a woman after he was lured into drinking (S^PTYM 4:19-21), much as Hulas was lured (GM 150.b) underwater by the granddaughter of +Diwa.

GM = Robert Graves: The Greek Myths. 1955

Michael Hopes; Madrah; and Kraakng: Temputn. Puspa Swara, Jakarta, 1997.

Temputn Api (Origin of fire)

p. 72 Beniak Lajan Lanit (upon whose back stood Wok Nesok) had a child, +Biorok Ine> Dodo>, who 3 laid eggs, whence come all burning things:-

egg

egg hatched __

from whom descended __

?

cobra

sina> (blowgun-dart poison)

?


chili plant

Telur Baya> "egg of coal"



pp. 72-73 kakah Sinka Olo had induced repair in all trees chopped down by Terokok Udok {cf. [Maori] the Patupaiarere induced repair in all tress chopped down by Rata}

pp. 73-75 # of days hot string of jurokn (figurines) is held by successive Senian Bintakn ("spirits of stars"), who (p. 74) "flee to the heavens from the scorching jurokng" -- (p. 75) "Each one ascended to the heavens in turn from nearby mountain peaks" --; and by other deities

p.

Senian Bintakn

days

73

Piulu>

4

75

Berurukn

6


Sempuatn

8


Katap-Kanam

32





other gods

days


Lalukn Koreu

100


Rimukn Batu> Apui

200

p. 75 R.B.A. dove into the ocean, and there "died and was transformed into Tasik Apui Api>, the Sea of Burning Fire." {cf. Agni the fire-god hiding himself underwater, according to the Puran.a-s}

p. 77 animals who successively sought fire (from Api-Api> = "the island of fire in the midst of the sea that had sprung from the body of" R.B.A.) at behest of Kilip

animal

result

"mouse" [rat?]

[its tail-hair was singed-off, p. 78]

bulbul

its tail-feathers were scorched black

eagle

its body was scorched black

bear

its "once white fur was charred completely black" {cf. Zun~i white bear-god}

Temputn Lou (Origin of Longhouse)

p.

visited by crowing cocks

activity

79

Ase>

trapping tigers


Bunka>

trapping wild swine


Menekn

hunting wild buffalo


Jala Tuna>, the place of Nalau Mentelaus, Nalau Menteraku>, & Belenkanai Tuhatn Tun~ukn

building longhouse

Temputn Pare (Origins of rice)

p. 84 genealogy, male line of descent

father

mother

Tamarikukn Lanit


Tatau Ulak Lanit

+Ayakn Bulatn Noko

Tatau Ulak Rana>

+Ayakn Bulatn Nekai

Jarukn


Tatau Ulak Mika>

+Ayakn Bulatn N~enka>

Tatau Ulak Luyus

+Ayakn Bulatn Dotu>

Patih Uma> Tautn


Tautn Uratn Riau


Patih Uratn Buo


Patih Sira> Rontatn


Patih Benkeloikn


Bintakn Keruru>


Pokn Alau


Meraja> Belakn


Patih Biyowo, father of +Suwaya> Mea> & +Suwaya> Bura


genealogies of lines of descent from the sisters +S.M. & +S.B.:-

(i[tak] "grandmother"; a[yakn] "lady")

+Suwaya> Mea>

+Suwaya> Bura

Enkapot

I. +Bulatn Kelikn

I. +Diakn Kuarotn

A. +Mewai Bulau

I. +Tuhatn Unar

I. +Nimanulu>

[guardians of species]

A. +Nimanulu> etc. (spirits of rice-plants)

Temputn Adat (Origins of laws)

obtainings by Kilip of the 8 Adat-s (laws) from manti> for fee of antan (jar) or gong

p.

#

village

manti> (chieftain)

gesali> (box)

a. or g.

adat (pp. 111-112)

105-106

1st

Libuk Bulau

Bencurikn, Tatau Solai

intatn (diamond)

tajau rahu>

moocher-guests

106

2nd

Padakn Lenau Lenus

Nayu> Benturukn Tuha>

bulau (gold)

gentili tuar puti

unfair spying

106-107

3rd

Padakn N~alakn Lanit

Nayu> Bentara> Tuha>

maga> (brass)

sianan olo (g.)

suicides

107

4th

Padakn Jaro Olo

Nayu> Gemelapm __: Bulau & Lampukn

silver

lata> tana

disobedience to elders

107

5th

Lanit Usuk Wari

Pedaji> Bantikn Lanit

besi> (iron)

batu> tuhus ayus

laku> tiwai (marriages)

107

6th

Lanit Beluatn Owoi

Nayu> Belakn __: Tun~ukn & Antakn



quack practices

107


7th

Yetn Kies

Nayu> Bale> __: Ajokn & Tini>



spreading rumors

107-108

8th

Usuk Pekalukn Nentokn

Selebinti Nelokn



theft

108-112

9th

Lanit Balai Solai

Tonka> Gadikn; Tonka> Bulau; and Senian Besara

teluyutn (ironwood) (p. 110)


manti> (leaders) (p. 108)

Temputn Unek (Origin of swine)

p. 117 children born to +Apen Juari (wife of Atau Nalau) at multiple parturition: the 1st 4 each at birth "fell through a hole in the floor to the ground below and immediately got to its feet and walked." {cf. [Maori] tale of child who at its birth fell through hole in pier} "Four of the children took the form of animals, two were human beings."

#

coloration of her swine-children

1st

striped and patchy

2nd

pure white

3rd

in stripes of different colors

4th

black




human beings (boys)

5th

Sumpikn Selakn

6th

Sumpikn Seri

p. 118 genealogy: ancestry of the swine [S. = Senkarukn]

a grub in root of Putakn tree

S.-pig-pen

S.-pig-trough

S.-pig-swill

S.-cesspool & S.-pail-of-swill

(S.-pail-of-swill's daughter) +Ayakn Lolakn Rinka>, wife of Lemotn Emporo>

+Apen Juari

Temputn Piak (Origin of chickens)

p. 126 genealogy: ancestry of the chicken

genealogy: line of descent

identity

Kerakap Bokatn Putakn

staghorn

Tekayo Diri


Ketatayo Lakn


Tukup Paukn Ranu>


Tonau Paukn Arugap

hornbill

Jue Lonkau Bawo

pigeon

Sokatn Nokat Datai

pheasant

+Lesio Soso


+Apen Telepepe, who laid 3 eggs




the 3 eggs laid by +A.T.

hatched __

into Tasik (sea)

8 Raks.asa-s

at Simpan Turu (junction of 7 paths)

Tekuyutn Burukn Bunkus

onto rock of Mapei Solai

Manuk Belan Bulau "cock striped golden"

{cf. Sumerian ante-diluvian king-list, beginning with Alulim[ak] "stag's horn"}

p. 121 M.B.B. fetched the liver of Bawi Bulatn "boar [in] moon" {cf. boar's tusk as name of phase of moon elsewhere in Borneo; and [Maori] heron Matuku-tanotano, who carried a woman to the moon}

Temputn Bala (Origin of war)

p.

betrayal

comparative

134

the golden hair of Pankotn Senian was shorn by his enemy

the bright hair of Nisos was shorn for his enemy

135

+Tiokn Rewek betrayed her kin to their enemies, at her huband's requaest

Nisos' daughter +Skulle thus betrayed him to his enemies, for her prospective husband (GM 91.d)




131

valuables [taken to overcome beseiged longhouse, p. 136] of Mukn

characteristics of those valuables


palu (gamelan)

"which could play itself"


bellows

"which worked without being pumped"


8 baskets of charcoal

"which never burned out"


bentolatn tree

"which fruited mandau (battle knives)"


bibatn tree

"which grew parang (work knives)"


keran~i> tree

"which grew pisau (small knives)"


biyayukn tree

"which bore a crop of human beings"


kelokekn tree

"which grew blowpipes"


beribut grass

"which seeded blowpipe darts"


a sloth

"which gave birth to swords"


a hen

Rapet-Rapetn {cf. female jackdaw transformation of +Arne, GM 91.a}


a cock

Siau Kunin

{cf. Bauddha sword-trees in one of the hells}

p.

at Aput Pererawetn

comparative

136

the longhouse "fell to earth sometime after midnight"

"A tower stood in the city, ... pebbles were dropped upon it" (GM 91.b)

138

"The heads of Nempur Beriu and Belikar Tana were taken"

Kephalos ("head") appealed for resistence (GM 91.a)

139

the cane body-armor of Nankai Bulau "had been gnawed by a mouse"

the tower had been built by Apollon (GM 91.b) = Smintheus "mouse" (GM 14.2)

Temputn Bekeleu (Origin of healing)

pp. 145-146 journey by the pemeliatn (shaman) in spirit-boat in the heavens

p.

place

of __ (deity)

purpose

145

valley Leo Lanit

Inu>

seeking whence disease cometh


Reneun Enus

Rimukn

watcheth over rope of life


Amatn Bulau

Tak Tuha> Silotn Olo

bathing-pools

146

Batu> Galakn Nayu>

Lan~akn & Raguh the cockfighter

whose wives forbid the killing of defeated cocks


?


meeting-place of the 8 paths


Jawakn Lanit


"Door of the Heavens"




[return-voyage, via golden ferry]

Temputn Mate (origin of death)

pp. 172-173 the 7 journeys by Mukn Tatau, seeking the gold of death

p.

#

class of deity

village

deity (manti> of village)

172

1st

Senian


Nayu> Terejak Laniy


2nd


Letutukn Solet Olo

itak & kakah Tuhatn Gayatn


3rd

Tonoi

Murukn Bewai

Naga> Galakn Tana>

172-173

4th

Juata

Luawiwi> Inar Bulau

+ratu Juata ("queen of the Juata")

173

5th



?


6th



?


7th


Riau Munte (below mt. Lumut)

Jarukn Taman Tokah

at R. Munte, munte mate ("lemon of death") was described as tasted by:

p. 173

Mukn Tatau's own wife +Selekiki> Ine> Ile

she is the daughter of Tatau Konrakn Lakn

of village Tenukn Lumut, abode of the dead

Michael Hopes; Madrah; and Karaakng: Temputn. Puspa Swara, Jakarta, 1997.