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Konjo boatbuilders and the Bugis prahus of south Sulawesi

G. Adrian Horridge

Konjo boatbuilders and the Bugis prahus of south Sulawesi

by G. Adrian Horridge

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Published by Trustees of the National Maritime Museum in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Sulawesi Selatan.
    • Subjects:
    • Bugis (Malay people) -- Industries.,
    • Boatbuilding -- Indonesia -- Sulawesi Selatan.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 56.

      Statementby G. Adrian Horridge.
      SeriesMaritime monographs and reports,, no. 40
      ContributionsNational Maritime Museum (Great Britain)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS632.B85 H67 1979
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 56 p. :
      Number of Pages56
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3802996M
      ISBN 100905555260
      LC Control Number81107735

        We’re excited – the keel of our amazing ketch, Lamima, has been laid on the shore at Bira in south Sulawesi! True to ancient boat-building traditions of the Konjo tribe, ceremonial sweet rice was prepared, prayers were intoned and incense burned as the entire village, men, women, and children celebrated the keel-laying ritual. Horridge, A. () The Konjo Boatbuilders and the Bugis Prahus of South Sulawesi, Maritime Monographs and Reports No. Greenwich, London: National Maritime Museum. Greenwich, London: National Maritime Museum.

      Moreover, the tracers' prahus provided the means of transport to these places. If not for these factors, war and turmoil in South Sulawesi might have led, both in the seventeenth century and more recently, to a redistribution of population within the region rather than to overseas migration. TeacherLaughs A Jollytologist Book: Quips, Quotes, and Anecdotes about the Classroom, Allen Klein, Oct 3, , Education, pages. TeacherLaughs is filled with hilarious and witty anecdotes about teaching and learning from the preschool classroom to the .

      The Konjo Boatbuilders and the Bugis Prahus of South Sulawesi. Maritime Monographs and Reports No. 40, National Maritime Museum The Wadias of India: then and now Jan On the southwest side of Sulawesi is the port of Ujung Pandang, formally known as Makassar, a large, bustling city we intended to avoid. Sulawesi and the islands along its southern shores are also the traditional home of the Bugis people who have long been known for their skills in seamanship. .


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Asian Studies Association of Australia. Review: Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. Recent descriptions of the building of Bugis ships are to be found in Usman Pelly, op. cit., and Hooridge, A.G., The Konjo Boat builders and the Bugis Prahus of South Sulawesi, Maritime Monographs and Reports no.

40 (London, ). See also Macknight, C.C. and Mukhlis, “ A Bugis Manuscript about Praus ”, Archipel 18 (): –   Author of Interneurons, Outrigger canoes of Bali and Madura, Indonesia, Sailing craft of Indonesia, What does the honeybee see. and how do we know?, The Konjo boatbuilders and the Bugis prahus of south Sulawesi, The prahu, The design of planked boats of.

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Popularized by the Konjo tribe, a sub-ethnic group of Bugis-Makassar residing in Bulukumba regency of South Sulawesi, Phinisi is traditionally used for inter-insular transportation, cargo, and fishing purposes.Bulukumba.

Bulukumba is one of the regencies in South Sulawesi Province as know for their traditionnel boat. The pinisi or phinisi is a traditional Indonesian two-masted sailing ship.

It was mainly built by the Konjo tribe, a sub-ethnic group of Bugis-Makassar mostly residents at the Bulukumba regency of South Sulawesi but was, and still is used widely by the Buginese and Makassarese, mostly.Sulawesi is a major gateway to East Indonesia, and one of the country's most diverse and interesting islands in its own right.

Two the main cities here, historic Makassar in the South and modern Manado up North, both receive international flights and offer all the facilities you might wish for. But Sulawesi's real attractions are further afield.