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Religio Aboriginalis Australiana

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Damarri, mythicum gentis Djabugay linguae ens, in montem commutatum, supinum supra Saeptum Nationale Gorge iacet, caelum supra aspiciens, intra silvaticum regionis situm tropicum et uvidum in Australia boreorientali.
Morelia spilota, una e formis quas Serpens Arcuatus induere potest.

Religio Aboriginalis Australiana est corpus opinionum, plerumque in tempore somniorum conditarum, cum consociatis fabulis somniandi, agminibus carminum, litterisque oralibus rite ab Australianis Indigenis[1] intra quemque gregem linguarum trans Australiam actis.

Omnes tales mythi varie "significantes narrant veritates intra cuiusque gregis Aboriginalis regionis situm culturalem. Efficienter omni continentis Australianae topographiae singulis culturalibus profundiorique significatione imbuunt, et potestatem sapientia scientiaque maiorum Aboriginalium Australianorum usque ad tempus immemoriale spectatoribus selectis faciunt."[2][3]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Morris, C. (1994) "Oral Literature" in Horton, David (General Editor)
  2. Anglice: "tell significant truths within each Aboriginal group's local landscape. They effectively layer the whole of the Australian continent's topography with cultural nuance and deeper meaning, and empower selected audiences with the accumulated wisdom and knowledge of Australian Aboriginal ancestors back to time immemorial."
  3. C. Morris, "An Approach to Ensure Continuity and Transmission of the Rainforest Peoples' Oral Tradition," in An Identification of Problems and Potential for Future Rainforest Aboriginal Cultural Survival and Self-Determination in the Wet Tropics, ed. H. Fourmile, S. Schnierer, et A. Smith (Cairns Australiae: Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Participation Research and Development, 1995).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Beckett, J. 1994. Aboriginal Histories, Aboriginal Myths: an Introduction. Oceania 65: 97–115.
  • Berndt, R. M., et C. H. Berndt. 1989. The Speaking Land. Melburnii: Penguin.
  • Cowan, James. 1994. Myths of the dreaming: interpreting Aboriginal legends. Roseville Novae Cambriae Australis: Unity Press.
  • Dixon, R. M. W. 1996. Origin legends and linguistic relationships. Oceania 67(2):127–140.
  • Elkin, A. P. 1938. Studies in Australian Totemism. Oceania. Monograph. 2. Sidneii.
  • Haviland, John B., cum Roger Hart. 1998. Old Man Fog and the Last Aborigines of Barrow Point. Bathurst: Crawford House Publishing. ISBN 1863331697.
  • Hiatt, Lester. 1975. Australian Aboriginal Mythology: Essays in Honour of W. E. H. Stanner. Canberrae: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.
  • Horton, David. 1994. Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia. Canberrae: Aboriginal Studies Press. ISBN 0855752343
  • Isaacs, J. 1980. Australian Dreaming: 40,000 Years of Aboriginal History. Sidneii: Lansdowne Press. ISBN 070181330X.
  • Koepping, Klaus-Peter. 1981. Religion in Aboriginal Australia. Religion 11: 367–391.
  • Maddock, Kenneth. 1988. Myth, History and a Sense of Oneself. In Past and Present: The Construction of Aboriginality, ed. J. R. Beckett, 11–30. Canberrae: Aboriginal Studies Press. ISBN 0855751908.
  • Morphy, H. 1992. Ancestral Connections. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press.
  • Mountford, C. P. 1985. The Dreamtime Book: Australian Aboriginal Myths. Louis Braille Productions.
  • Parker, K. Langloh. 1896. Australian Legendary Tales. Melburnii: Melville, Mullen and Slade.
  • Pohlner, Peter. 1986. Gangarru. Miltonii Terrae Reginae: Hopevale Mission Board. ISBN 1862523118.
  • Radcliffe-Brown, A. R. 1926. The Rainbow-Serpent Myth of Australia. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 56: 19–25.
  • Roth, W. E. 1897. The Queensland Aborigines. 3 vol. Iterum impressus: Facsimile Edition, Hesperian Press, Victoria Park, W. A., 1984. ISBN 0859050548.
  • Rumsey, Allen. 1994. The Dreaming, human agency and inscriptive practice. Oceania 65(2): 116–128.
  • Smith, W. Ramsay. 1932. Myths and Legends of the Australian Aborigines. Novi Eboraci: Farrar & Rinehart. Iterum impressum, Dover 2003. Partes. Google Books. ISBN 0486427099.
  • Sutton, Peter. 1988. Myth as History, History as Myth. In Being Black: Aboriginal Cultures in 'Settled' Australia, ed. I. Keen, 251–268. Canberrae: Aboriginal Studies Press.
  • Stanner, W. E. H. 1966. On aboriginal religion. Oceania Monograph 11. Sidneii.
  • Van Gennep, Arnold. 1906. Mythes et Legendes d'Australie. Lutetiae.
  • Yengoyan, Aram A. 1979. Economy, Society, and Myth in Aboriginal Australia. Annual Review of Anthropology 8: 393–415.

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