SOME NOTES ON THE TRADITIONAL RELIGIOUS SYSTEM OF THE ƎNDÄGAÑ GURAGE

@inproceedings{Bustorf2005SOMENO,
  title={SOME NOTES ON THE TRADITIONAL RELIGIOUS SYSTEM OF THE ƎND{\"A}GA{\~N} GURAGE},
  author={D. Bustorf},
  year={2005}
}
The Säbat Bet Gurage group of ndägañ (or adgär) is mainly known to the scholarly public as a linguistic category. Relevant historical and cultural data has been published, e.g., by Shack, Leslau, Worku Nida, Prunet and Berhanu Chamora. I present here some of the findings of the anthropological fieldwork I carried out in 2000–2001. The aim of the fieldwork was to reveal the history of the deep inter-ethnic relations between the ndägañ and the northern-most sub-group of the Hadiyya, the Leemo… Expand

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