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  • The Sorabe Islamic Manuscripts used by Diviners-Healers in Southwestern Madagascar 

    Beaujard, Philippe
    This item contains a video and photograph of a talk given by Professor Philippe Beaujard on March 27, 2017, which was hosted by African Language Program, African Studies Center at Boston University.
  • I Totôry 9 A 

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    The material is the first part of the ninth of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 6 E 

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    The material is the fifth part of the sixth of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 1 B 

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    The material is the second part of the first of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 5 

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    The material is the fifth of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i Totôry belonged ...
  • I Totôry 3 

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    The material is the third of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i Totôry belonged ...
  • Mahef 1 C 

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    The material is the third part of the first of four texts owned by Mosa Mahefamanana, a religious chief (called katibo in Malagasy), and then by his daughter, named Iabani’i Grity (short for Marguerite). Mosa Mahefamanana ...
  • RG 2 B 

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    The material is the second part of the second of four texts owned by Georges, who was in the same family as Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Georges belonged to the Anakara Clan and lived in ...
  • I Totôry 6 A 

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    The material is the first part of the sixth of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 2 B 

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    The material is the second part of the second of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). ...
  • I Totôry 6 B 

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    The material is the second part of the sixth of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 6 F 

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    The material is the sixth part of the sixth of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 2 A 

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    The material is the first part of the second of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 9 B 

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    The material is the second part of the ninth of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • RG 3 D 

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    The material is the fourth part of the third of four texts owned by Georges, who was in the same family as Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Georges belonged to the Anakara Clan and lived in a ...
  • RG 1 A 

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    The material is the first part of the first of four texts owned by Georges, who was in the same family as Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Georges belonged to the Anakara Clan and lived in a ...
  • Jean Cahier 2 C 

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    The material is the third part of the second of two texts copied and owned by Jean, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Jean belonged to the Anakara Clan and lived in a village called Vatomasina in the Antemoro ...
  • I Totôry 2 C 

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    The material is the third part of the second of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i ...
  • I Totôry 7 

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    The material is the seventh of eleven texts (the fourth text and the second and third parts of the eleventh were not digitized) owned by Iaban’i Totôry, a diviner-healer (called ombiasy in Malagasy). Iaban’i Totôry belonged ...
  • Mahef 1 A 

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    The material is the first part of the first of four texts owned by Mosa Mahefamanana, a religious chief (called katibo in Malagasy), and then by his daughter, named Iabani’i Grity (short for Marguerite). Mosa Mahefamanana ...

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