VOL XX NO.40-41 JANUARY DECEMBER 1972


THE SARAWAK MUSEUM JOURNAL

 

VOL XX NO.40-41 JANUARY DECEMBER 1972

ISSN   : 0375-3050

Hardcopy: RM 10.00

 


No Title and Authors Name

1.
Pre-Western Brunei, Sarawak and Sabah
James P. Ongkili

2.
The Miri Field 1910-1972
G.C. Harper

3.
The Bisaya of Borneo and the Philippines: A new look at the Maragtas
Demy P. Sonza

4.
The Bisayah and Indigenous peoples of Limbang
Benedict Sandin

5.
Kenyah Omen Birds and Beasts
Rt. Rev. A.D. Galvin

6.
Iban Augury
Anthony Richards

7.
Additional Notes on the Malohs and Related people of Kalimantan Barat: The Value of Dutch Ethnography
Victor King

8.
Uapai Kasan: a Lun Bawang folktale
James Deegan and Robin Usad

9.
A Preliminary Comparative Study of the Lun Bawang (Murut) and Sa'ban Languages of Sarawak
Dr. B. Clayre

10.
Dancing Out "the Journey of the Dead”
Tom Harrisson

11.
Sarawak and Urbanization
James R. Hipkins

12.
Population Diversity in a Sarawak Bazaar Town
Richard C. Fidler

13.
A Study of the Punan Busang
edited by D. B. Ellis

14.
Dusun Social and Symbolic Orders
Gerald M. Erchak

15.
Why did the Ngadju Dayak call the Malays "olo masi”?
H. Mohring

16.
A Summary of Observations of the Earless Monitor, Lanthanotus borneensis
Robert G. Sprackland, Jr

17.
Puzzle about Tarsius: Progressive story of a field - research work
Carsten Niemitz

18.
Stegolophodon lydekkeri Osborn: a reassessment
Lord Midway

19.
Notes on the Food Habit of Bats from the Fourth Division, Sarawak with Special Referenece to a new Record of Bornean Bat
Lim Boo Liat, Chai Koh Shin and Illar Muul

20.
Habitat Distribution and Ectoparasites of small mammals in Sarawak
Illar Muul and Lim Boo Liat

21.
Notes on Dyacopterus spadiceus from Sarawak
Anthony N. Start

22.
Some Bats of Bako National Park, Sarawak
Anthony N. Start

23.
Stoneware Bottles in the Sarawak Museum: Vessels for Mercury Trade?
F.E. Treloar

24.
The Borneo Stone Age- In the Light of Recent Research
Tom Harrisson

25.
Trade and Preservation of Antiquities and Other Cultural Objects in Sarawak
Lucas Chin

26.
Soma--Divine Mushroom of Immortality
Tom Harrisson

27.
Sea Turtles: their natural history and conservation
Tom Harrisson

28.
Philippine Paleography
Philip L. Thomas

 

 

 

 
 

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