Cultural History In Focus | "Shipshape Societies: Boat Symbolism and Political Systems in Insular Southeast Asia" by Pierre-Yves Manguin

 

9th Century Stone Relief from Borobudur Stupa | Central Java
Image by Isidore Van Kinsbergen circa 1900.

 
 

Shipshape Societies: Boat Symbolism and Political Systems in Insular Southeast Asia

 

by Pierre-Yves Manguin

 
 

This article is generously provided here by Pierre-Yves Manguin.

 

Ceremonial Banner Cloth | Palepai
© Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen | The Netherlands

Ceremonial Cloth | Tampan
© Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen | The Netherlands

Ceremonial Banner Cloth | Palepai
© Dallas Museum of Art | Texas, USA

Ceremonial Banner Cloth | Palepai
© Dallas Museum of Art | Texas, USA

Ceremonial Cloth | Tampan
© Dallas Museum of Art | Texas, USA

Ceremonial Cloth | Tampan
© Dallas Museum of Art | Texas, USA

Ceremonial Cloth | Tampan
© Dallas Museum of Art | Texas, USA


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Author | Pierre-Yves Manguin ©
Editors | D.G. Marr and A.C. Milner
Publication | “Southeast Asia in the 9th to 14 Centuries”
Publisher | Singapore: Research School of Pacific Studies, Australia National University / Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Publication Date | 1986