3 edition of The realm of a rain-queen found in the catalog.
The realm of a rain-queen
Eileen Jensen Krige
1970 by Pub. for the International Institute of African Languages & Cultures by the Oxford University Press in London, New York .
Written in English
Microfiche. New Haven, Conn., Human Relations Area Files [1970?]
|Statement||by E. Jensen Krige and J.D. Krige with a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Field-Marshal J.C. Smuts.|
|Series||HRAF -- 2.|
|Contributions||Krige, Jacob Daniel, 1896-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 335 p.|
|Number of Pages||335|
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As well as discussing the Rain-Queen, much of the book is devoted to the royal institutions; the network of links woven by kinship, marriage and marriage cattle, the legal procedure of compromise and appeasement and various aspects of magic, witchcraft Cited by: Eileen Jensen Krige (–) was a prominent South African social anthropologist noted for her research on Zulu and Lovedu cultures.
Together with Hilda Kuper and Monica Wilson, she produced substantial works on the Nguni peoples of Southern Africa. Apart from her research she is considered to be one of the 'pioneering mothers' of the The realm of a rain-queen book of Natal, Durban, South Alma mater: University of the Witwatersrand.
Book Description. Originally published in this book discusses the life and culture of the Lovedu, a Bantu tribe in South Africa. As well as discussing the Rain-Queen, much of the book is devoted to the royal institutions; the network of links woven by kinship, marriage and marriage cattle, the legal procedure of compromise and appeasement and various aspects of magic.
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As well as discussing the Rain-Queen, much of the book is devoted to the royal institutions; the network of links woven by kinship, marriage and marriage cattle, the legal procedure of compromise and appeasement and various aspects of magic, witchcraft and.
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As well as discussing the Rain-Queen, much of the book is devoted to the royal instititions; the network of links woven by kinship, marriage and marriage cattle, the legal procedure of compromise and appeasement and various aspects of magic, witchcraft and.
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The Rain Queen by Katherine Scholes is a well written entertaining modern day novel based on the lives of 3 missionaries who venture into the most primitive parts of East Africa to bring the Christian gospel to native Africans/5.
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Masalanabo Modjadji II (died ) was the second Rain Queen of the South African Balobedu tribe. Masalanabo reigned from to She was preceded by Rain Queen Maselekwane Modjadji I and succeeded by Rain Queen Khetoane Modjadji III. During the native "location policies" of the early s, Commandant-General Piet Joubert (–) surrounded the Predecessor: Maselekwane Modjadji.
The Realm of a Rain-Queen. A Study of the Pattern of Loυedu Society, published inincludes thirty-one photographs to illustrate the text. These, however, com-prise a small fraction of the photographs taken by the Kriges during their fieldwork.
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Tweet. Rain Queen Makobo Modjadji VI of the Balobedu people at her coronation at KheThakong royal court in Limpopo Province in April This tribe is the only one in Africa still under the rule of a female monarch. Julian Drew / PictureNET Africa. Buy The Realm of a Rain-Queen Reprint by E J Krige, J.D.
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The central figure is their sacred queen, Mujaji, who by sacred tribal custom is destined to die by her own hand. The Ethnographic Lens: Images from the Realm of a Rain Queen.
Between and social anthropologists Eileen and Jack Krige undertook intensive fieldwork in the north-eastern regions of South Africa among the Lobedu people whose chief Modjadji was widely acclaimed as a rainmaker.'. The Realm of a Rain-Queen: A Study of The Pattern of Lovedu Society by E, Jensen Krige; J.
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