comparative study of some S^intoo myths
JAPANESE JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Hawai>i mythical royalty
Antient History of the Maori, Voll. 1-6
Antient History of the Maori, Vol. 7
Antient History of the Maori, Vol. 8
Antient History of the Maori, Vols. 13 & 11
Do Kamo New Caledonia
Fluid Ontologies s of New Guinea
1001 Papua New-Guinean Nights
eastern family of the east New Guinea highland stock
Amoko the Mimika
Children of Kilibob Siassi is.
myths about halves of men (halves of gods). Moitie's d'hommes = L'HOMME 2005.2 (174).
Local Belief among the Ke`o of Central Flores
From Cosmogony to Exorcism in a Javanese Genesis [likely of originally mainly Chinese provenience]
1. "Javanese Shadow Puppet Theatre".
2. "Murwa Kala : Contemporary Performance".
3. "Performances Compared".
4. "Ritual Purification without Theatre".
5. "Cosmogony in the Mantra-s".
6. "Incomplete and Impure Persons".
7-8. "Javanese Cosmology"; "Appendices".
Gawai Burong of the Iban of Sarawak
Gawai Amat of the Iban of Sarawak
Gawai Betawai etc. of the Iban of Sarawak
Temputn Nayu> of the Benua> of Sarawak
Temputn Langit Tana of the Benua> of Sarawak
miscellaneous Temputn of the Benua> of Sarawak
Ilmu of the Benua> of Sarawak
Bukidnon deities of Mindanaw
Abu'wab of the Ifugaw of Luzon
Creation Myths of the Formosan Natives
external weblinks on Pacific-Islander mythologies
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