By Theodore G.Th. Pigeaud
Professor Krom's Nagara-Kert:a.gam.a edilllion of 1919 contained a number of lists and indexes to teach the way in which during the maze of strange names of individuals and locations pointed out within the textual content. In con cordance with the broadened scope of the current booklet the outdated lists were pointed out thus far and a few new ones were further. It i•s was hoping that they're going to turn out to be of a few use to readers who, even though no longer being professional in rebus Jooanicis, nonetheless could take recognition of heritage and improvement of tradition in a single of the main attention-grabbing islands of ·the Indian Archipelago. The alphalbetical index of topics handled in volumes II and IV of the current booklet is particularly recom mended to their awareness. The Javanese thesaurus is to and basic index which aJn addition the current ebook now not present in earlier edition:s, covers within the first position aU Nagara-Kertagama phrases and names wha:tsoever, and extra many phrases and n:ames of different texts. together with the English a!lphalbetical index of topics the Javanese word list is for use as a basic index of contents of volwnes I-V and, as much as a definite aspect, in its place for the encyclopaedia of items Javanese that's missing.
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II, III; recap. chpt. 3, 4; v. glossary sub ¢e1Jljeng mediator, in sacral plays: comm. Nag. 6~1 metals, from China, Further India: comm. Ell. II (tiban); recap. chpt. 3 (trade); recap. chpt. 4 (scarcity) metayage: comm. Ell. II, III; recap. chpt. 3, introd. metres, Javanese poetry: comm. Nag. 17-5; 40-3; comm. Ferry plate 5 (pangkur); v. : recap. chpt. 10; list in vol. V; v. glossary sub floka middle class, religious: comm. Nag. 7~; comm. ; comm. Ferry plate 9; recap. chpt. 3; v. boroughs ministeriales, Royal stewards-bondmen: comm.
Chpt. 2 A - - tree of the centre, Bhar-ada : comm. 68--1 - - trees, two, in pageatlltry: ~omm. Nag. 66-2 - - mentors, two: comm. Nag. 91-8; v. dualism N names, Javanese personal: comm. Nag. 63-3; 97, 98; comm. Jaya 2 vso; comm. Rnk. introd. - - of Princes : recap. chpt. 9 - - heraldic: comm. Nag. 28--1; 46-2; comm. Rkp. 8/9 --exalted: notes Nag. 10--1-2 - - doctor's; Honourable's: comm. Ferry plate 3; v. glossary sub p'U$paptita and padasthan native Javanese religious belief: comm. Nag. 38--1; 76-1/2; 78--1; 78--5; recap.
2 A fees, customary: comm. Sdh. plate 3 rto; 4 vso; comm. Ferry plate 10; oomm. Rnk. group V female service, female arts and crafts: comm. Naw. 9aj14b ferries, ferrymen: comm. Ferry; recap. ohpt. 3 fertility rites: comm. Nag. 69-3; 91-2 fetishism, cult of heirlooms, copperplart:es: comm. Nag. 73-1; comm. Sdh. plate 5; comm. Ferry plate 1, 3; comm. Rnk. group V; recap. chpt. 2 A, chpt. ; v. glossary sub pusaka fights, free, sports: comm. Wig. 87-2; recap. chpt. 6; v. illustration no. XI in vol. IV fire-drill: Nag.