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Historia Madagascariae

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Scapha ornata Austronesiana. Vahoaka 'homines', nomen Malagasianum, ex lingua Proto-Malayo-Polynesiana *va-waka 'homines scaphae' derivatur. Vahoaka Ntaolo, primi Austronesiani Malagasiorum maiores, ut videtur scaphis utebantur ut ad magnam insulam ex Insulis Sundanensibus navigarent.
Tabula geographica auctus Austronesiani.
Homines in Scapha Ornata ad Litus Tendentes,[1] pictura olearia ab Arman Manookian facta, populum Vezo pingens, circa 1929.
Taro (Malagasice saonjo), secundum proverbium Malagasianum, "maiores oryzae" (Ny saonjo no zokin'ny vary) significat, atque usitatus Protoaustronesianorum victus diutine fuit.
Suling, genus tibiae, est cognatum Indonesianum sodinae Malagasianae.
Tabula geographica Madagascariae et circumiectorum, circa 17021707.
Tabula geographica Madagascariae et occidentalium Indiarum Orientalium partis, circa 17021707.

Historia Madagascariae, magnae insulae ante Africam Orientalem praeter Fretum Mozambicense in Oceano Indico sitae, distinguitur per antiquum terrae secessum ex prisca supercontinente quae Africam Indiamque comprehendebat, et per recentem insulae colonizatione ab advenis humanis in scaphis ornatis ex Insulis Sundanensibus (in Archipelago Malayano) inter 200 a.C.n. et 500 p.C.n. navigantibus. Quae res binae evolutioni salutique aliquot milium endemicarum plantarum animaliumque specierum favebant, quarum autem nonnullae nunc exstinctae sunt, vel in periculo exstinctionis propter agitationem hominum stant. Insula bina milia annorum homines variarum originum identidem accepit, inter quae fuerunt Austronesiani, populi Bantuenses, Arabes, homines Asiae Meridianae, populi Sinenses, et populi Europaeai, ut maior multitudinis insulae pars hodie sit mixtura colonorum Austronesianorum, Bantuensium, Indianorum Septentrionalium, Arabum, et Somalium.[2]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Anglice Men in an Outrigger Canoe Headed for Shore.
  2. Ames, Glenn Joseph; Love, Ronald S. (2003). Distant Lands and Diverse Cultures: The French Experience in Asia, 1600–1700. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-313-30864-2 , p. 101.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Anglice[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Allen, Philip M. 1995. Madagascar: Conflicts of Authority in the Great Island. Boulder Coloratio: Westview Press. ISBN 0-8133-0258-7.
  • Allen, Philip M., et Maureen Covell. 2005. Historical Dictionary of Madagascar. Ed. secunda. Lanhamiae Terrae Mariae: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 0-8108-4636-5.
  • Bellwood, Peter, James J. Fox, et Darrell Tryon, eds. 2006. The Austronesians Historical and Comparative Perspectives. Australian National University.
  • Blench, Roger. 2006. "Musical instruments and musical practices as markers of Austronesian expansion."] 18th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Manila, March 26, 2006. PDF.
  • Brown, Mervyn. 1978. Madagascar Rediscovered: A History from Early Times to Independence. Londinii: Damien Tunnacliff.
  • Brown, Mervyn. 2000. A History of Madagascar. Princeton: Markus Wiener Publishers. ISBN 1-55876-292-2.
  • Burney, D. A., L. P. Burney, L. R. Godfrey, W. L. Jungers, S. M. Goodman, H. T. Wright, et A. J. Jull. 2004. "A chronology for late prehistoric Madagascar." Journal of Human Evolution 47, 25–63.
  • Campbell, G. 1981. "'Madagascar and the slave trade, 1850–1895." Journal of African History.
  • Colby, Reginald. 1962. "Madagascar: The Great Island." History Today 12, no. 1 (Ianuarius): 33–41.
  • Dahl, Otto Christian. 1991. Migration from Kalimantan to Madagascar. Osloae: Norwegian University Press. ISBN 82-00-21140-1.
  • Edkvist, Ingela. 1997. The performance of tradition: an ethnography of Hira Gasy popular theatre in Madagascar. Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University. Google Books.
  • Ellis, Stephen, et Solofo Randrianja. 2009. Madagascar: A short history. Londinii: Hurst & Company.
  • Green, Rebecca L. 1997. Merina. Novi Eboraci: The Rosen Publishing Group. ISBN 0-8239-1991-9. The heritage library of African peoples.
  • Hagelberg et alii. "A genetic perspective on the origins and dispersal of the Austronesians. Mitochondrial DNA variation from Madagascar to Easter islands."] PDF.
  • Hurles, Matthew E., Bryan C. Sykes, Mark A. Jobling, et Peter Forster. 2005. "The Dual Origin of the Malagasy in Island Southeast Asia and East Africa: Evidence from Maternal and Paternal Lineages." The American Journal of Human Genetics 76, no. 5 (Maius): 894–901. doi:10.1086/430051. PMID 15793703, PMC 1199379.
  • Jones, Arthur M. 1971. Africa and Indonesia. The Evidence of the Xylophone and Other Musical and Cultural Factors. Lugduni Batavorum: E. J. Brill. Google Books.
  • Kent, Raymond K. 1962. From Madagascar to the Malagasy Republic. Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-8371-8421-5.
  • Mutibwa, P. M. 1989. "Madagascar 1800–80." In Africa in the Nineteenth Century until the 1880s, ed. J. F. Ade Ajayi. General History of Africa, 6: 412. UNESCO ISBN978-0435948122. Pagina 412.
  • Rabarioelina, Ndriana. 2010. "Biblical Relations between Israel and Madagascar." Doctoral Thesis of Theology, SAHTS. Abstractum in Saint-Alcuin House Journal 8 (1), 2011. ISSN 1548-4459.
  • Razafindrazaka, Harilanto, et alii (2009) "A new deep branch of Eurasian mtDNA macrohaplogroup M reveals additional complexity regarding the settlement of Madagascar." BMC Genomics.
  • Schmidhoffer, August. 2005. "Some Remarks on the Austronesian Background of Malagasy Music." PDF.
  • Thompson, V. 1965. The Malagasy Republic: Madagascar today. Stanford University Press.

Francogallice[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Coppet, Marcel5 1947. Madagascar. 2 vol. Lutetiae: Encyclopédie de l'Empire français/
  • Deschamps, Hubert. 1976. Madagascar. Lutetiae: Presses Universitaires de France.
  • Domenichini-Ramiaramana, Michel. 1982. Instruments de musique des Hautes-Terres de Madagascar. Thesis magistralis, Lutetiae.
  • Fremigacci, Jean. 2007. "La vérité sur la grande révolte de Madagascar." L’Histoire 318 (Martius): 36–43.
  • Rabesahala-Randriamananoro, Charlotte Liliane. 2006. Ambohimanga-Rova: approche anthropologique de la civilisation merina (Madagascar). Lutetiae: Le Publieur. ISBN 2-85194-307-3.
  • Rajaonarimanana, Narivelo. 1990. Savoirs arabico-malgaches: la tradition manuscrite des devins Antemoro Anakara (Madagascar). Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales.
  • Ramamonjy, Georges. 1952. "De quelques attitudes et coutumes merina." Mémoires de l'Institut scientifique de Madagascar (Tananarive), série C, Sciences humaines 1 (2): 181–196.
  • Raombana. 18091855. "Histoires." 3 vol. Fianarantsoa: Edition Ambozontany.
  • Rombaka, Jacques Philippe. 1963. Tantaran-drazana Antemoro-Anteony. Antananarivo: Imprimerie LMS, 10–11.
  • Rombaka, Jacques Philippe. 1970. Fomban-drazana Antemoro: usages et coutumes antemoro. Ambozontany, Fianarantsoa.
  • Ricaut et alii. 2009. "A new deep branch of Eurasian mtDNA macrohaplogroup M reveals additional complexity regarding the settlement of Madagascar." BMC Genomics.
  • Sachs, Curt. 1938. Les instruments de musique de Madagascar. Lutetiae: Institut d’ethnologie/
  • Simon, Pierre. 2006. La langue des ancêtres: Une périodisation du malgache de l’origine au XVIe siècle. Lutetiae: L’Harmattan.
  • Vérin, Pierre. 2000. Madagascar. Lutetiae: Karthala.

Malagasiane[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ramilison, Emmanuel. 1951, Andriantomara-Andriamamilazabe. Loharanon' ny Andriana nanjaka eto Imerina. Imprimerie Ankehitriny.
  • Rasamimanana, Joseph, et Louis de Gonzague Razafindrazaka. 1909. Ny Andriantompokoindrindra. Antananarivo.
  • Ravelojaona. 19371970. Firaketana ny Fiteny sy ny Zavatra Malagasy. [Dictionarium encyclopaedicum.] 5 vol. Antananarivo.

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