10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENATIC»
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A Share of the Harvest: Kinship, Property, and Social ...
Rather, since rights over such land (and houses) remained with the wife and her
children or their enatic collaterals, questions as to the distribution of conjugal
property between the two sets of kin focused only on movable goods, such as
The Garia: An Ethnography of a Traditional Cosmic System in ...
As noted, the actual pattern is never so full or exact because people are vague
about enatic ties in the fourth ascending generation — especially to their FFMM,
FMFM, FMMM, MMFM and MMMM patrilineages. Of ego's affines, it is necessary
Social Reproduction and History in Melanesia: Mortuary ...
In larger lineages, however, enatic relations cannot always be traced. In the
Solsol/Seber lineage of clan Korofi, for example, it was necessary to ascend six
generations from an adult ego in order to connect the three recognized Boang-
How to observe: geology
79. [1 e. Over extensive tracts of comparatively level country where enatic blocks
occur, an observer should endeavour to trace the lines which the various kinds of
rocks may have travelled. He can in some manner accomplish this by adopting ...
Henry Thomas De La Beche, 1836
Stones Speak - Hebrew Tombstones from Padua, 1529-1862
... when we note that none of the inscriptions in this group of women provides
what is identifiably a maiden name. the need to articulate the identity of the enatic
family seems to have weakened. Later the pendulum swings back to some extent
Mortuary Feasting on New Ireland: The Activation of ...
Table 3.2 Heirs Designated by Male and Female Landowners Men Women Total
Who Named Enatic Heirs 308 157 465 Who Named Non-Enatic Heirs 162 3 165
Total 470 160 630 Note: x2 = 65.6 p < .01 The Demise of Avunculocality There ...
Alexander H. Bolyanatz, 2000
Primitive and Ancient Legal Institutions
Whenever enatic or agnatic kinship is recognized, the tribe becomes much more
highly composite than in the case of the communal family. There are always
several co-ordinate groups of people united into a larger group, the tribe. For the
Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore, 1915
Evolution of Law: Primitive and ancient legal institutions
lineal series is reckoned exclusively through males, it is called a body of agnates,
and the kinship is called agnatic kinship. Whenever enatic or agnatic kinship is
recognized, the tribe becomes much more highly composite than in the case of ...
THE MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
case the clan is enatic, and in the other it is agnatic. In the one case descent is
through females, in the other through males. An enatic clan consists of a brother-
group and a sister- group in each of the generations represented in the clan, and
House of Representatives for the Second Session of the Forty-Eighth Congress.1884-'85, 1885
Journal of Police Science and Administration
189: "Whenever enatic or agnatic kinship is recognized, the tribe becomes much
more highly composite than in the case of the communal family. There are always
several coordinate groups of people united into a larger group, the tribe.