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Maenge gardens

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Françoise Panoff

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1. Lonatanirea

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2. Françoise Panoff

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3. Matong village, part of the dancing ground; the main path and the houses located towards the sea

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4. Matong. The main path leading from the village to the gardens located on the eastern part of the village territory. To the right, coconut plantations, belonging to members of the Galekorokoro clan. We can see a young woman, Matanakaka, bringing food back from the garden into the village.

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5. Maitenia, the young leader of the Galekorokoro clan

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6. Murisi, an old man belonging to the Galekorokoro clan, working in his garden. He is cutting branches and trunks before erecting a pyre

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7. Murisi amidst the dried branches and twigs

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8. Uinsikaena, a large ceremonial garden belonging to the inhabitants of Pomio and located near the Galue river. Some of the compartments are planted. A pyre is still burning in a distant compartment

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9. Uinsikaena. The four logs which form the base of a pyre. Here the pyre is erected close to a tree stump

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10. Uinsikaena, a pyre burning

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11. A young woman from Matong working on a Friday morning in the ceremonial garden. She is weeding with the help of a bush-knife

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12. Matanakaka, a young woman from Matong, bringing food back from the garden together with logs into the village

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13. Sonimalua, the Mother of Matong, preparing the band of Alpinia oceanica which forms part of her costume. She is beating the stem of the plant with a stone

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14. Lonatanirea on a Sunday morning. The small leaves of her costume form a kind of bustle above the longer ones

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15. Cordylines and crotons mark the place where some of the sacred stones used to stand in Matong

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16. Sonimalua

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Photograph 1. Lonatanirea

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