Women taking portions of ribanganigeni food as Geleniu points to them.
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Women of a kin group, during a period of liminal sacredness after death of its priest, ritually receive portions of taro and sometimes lick the stick dipped in pig grease, after undergoing a sacrament.
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- between 1963 and 1989
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This digital image is a surrogate of an item from the Roger M. Keesing Papers (MSS 427) - Roll 67, Item 37.
- Children--Solomon Islands
- Eating & drinking--Solomon Islands
- Girls--Solomon Islands
- Kwaio (Solomon Islands people)
- Magic--Solomon Islands
- Men--Solomon Islands
- Mourning customs--Solomon Islands
- Pork--Solomon Islands
- Rites and ceremonies--Solomon Islands
- Smoking--Solomon Islands
- Women--Solomon Islands
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[Title, Date]. Roger Keesing Papers. MSS 427. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
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