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Maenge gardens

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Françoise Panoff

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1.

Lucinidae shell and oyster shell used by the Maenge as gardening tools. Adze blades and polishing stones used by the Maenge

46

2.

Murisi’s mixed taro garden

56

3.

Details of a compartment within a taro garden. Compartment with three firing places and a tree stump

59

4.

Details of a compartment within a mixed taro garden

60

5.

Descriptive vocabulary of the taro plant

77

6.

Taxonomy of taro and cordyline

98

7.

Descriptive vocabulary of a cordyline leaf

100

8.

A round taro corm

103

9.

An elongated taro corm

103

10.

A round taro leaf

104

11.

A sagittate taro leaf

104

12.

A cup-shaped taro leaf

104

13.

pepe, a cordyline cultivar belonging to Group II.1 with short leaves

106

14.

vena, a cordyline cultivar belonging to Group II.1 with long leaves

106

15.

namvu, a cordyline cultivar belonging to Group II.2 with medium-size leaves

107

16.

guruguru, a cordyline cultivar belonging to Group II.2 with long leaves

107

17.

Genealogy of Kelatape, the Mother of the village of Malakuru, showing members of her clan, the Lengelenge, whose names are still attached to coconuts growing on the village territory

113

18.

Feminine costume, back view

126

19.

Feminine costume profile

126

20.

Feminine costume details

127

21.

Pestle used by the Longueinga in a gardening rite

149

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