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The Yale Indo-Pacific collection 006820
Clan temple at Hinga, Adonara, Indonesia
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color photographs
July 29, 2001
Lamapaha, Hinga, Adonara, Indonesia
The female temple Ina Kĕron in Lamapaha, Hinga, Adonara. In front of it is the seven branched bamboo (ekẽ) which connects the earth with the heavens--the man who guards male temple Gego Hingã in Lamapaha, Hinga, Adonara is seated, two other men standing behind him, on the left standing, Mantri Titus Puru Lamablawa, next to him Muktar Tokan (Ama Tokan Bung Lolon Lama Tokan), on the right Guru Imelda Lamawuran (a former nun).
Yale University Art Gallery
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2000_01-FM-06-28 (600)
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The Yale Indo-Pacific collection
Original format and photographic equipment: Slide. Nikon FM. Roll 6, Frame 28. July 29, 2001
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