South Sulawesi A.D 1300-1600: ten bugis texts
The text sets out to examine ten Bugis works written in the Bugis-Makasar script, which purport to speak of South Sulawesi before the formal acceptance of Islam in the early seventeenth century. Chapter One discusses the various philological problems of transcribing, translating and editing Bugis works, and sets out the methodology to be followed. Chapter Two consists of the texts in Romanized transcription and English-language translation. Each text is prefaced by a brief introduction which...[Show more]
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