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Supplement to Exploring relationships between craft distributions, language and geographical distance in the upper Sepik and Border Mountains of Papua New Guinea

Supplement to Exploring relationships between craft distributions, language and geographical distance in the upper Sepik and Border Mountains of Papua New Guinea

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Sample, population estimates and an assessment of data relating to dialectical variation.

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Supplement to
Exploring relationships between craft distributions, language and geographical distance in the upper Sepik and Border Mountains of Papua New Guinea:
Sample, population estimates and an assessment of data relating to dialectical variation.
 Andrew Fyfe and Jill Bolton
The sample and population estimates
92 string bags make up the sample (table 1). Small amulet bags were omitted because their limited size greatly restricted the range of SBCNs and SBCPs able to be used for their creation. Bags from poorly sampled language divisions and areas separated from the larger sample by a region occupied by communities of an unrepresented language group were also excluded to provide a relatively continuous and even distribution across space. The sample comes from 33 settlements. 91 of the bags were collected  between 1959 and 1982. One was collected in 1930.
Table 1. List of string bags with source settlement name and object identity, language attribution of source settlement, museum
and museum’s acces
sion number, year of collection
and collector’s name
.
Settlement Language/ Dialect Museum/ Accession Number
1
 Date collected/collector
Ambremaki-a Abau DR PM/E11614 1969/G. Gerrits Ambremaki-b Abau DR PM/E11615 1969/G. Gerrits Ambremaki-c Abau DR PM/E11629 1969/G. Gerrits Ambremaki-d Abau DR PM/E11630 1969/G. Gerrits Antibi Abau UR Amst./3947-10 1968/B. Craig Auya 2 Yuri Göttingen/3641 1969-73/H. Peter Baio-a Abau DR PM/79.1.298 1972/B. Craig Baio-b Abau DR PM/79.1.301 1972/B. Craig Baiwai Abau DR PM/79.1.299 1972/B. Craig Bambledian Abau UR PM/79.1.319 1972/B. Craig Bifrou-a Abau DR PM/E7490 1969/B. Craig Bifrou-b Abau DR Sydney/E64604 1969/B. Craig Bifrou-c Abau DR Sydney/E88852 1982/M. Mackenzie Bifrou-d Abau DR Sydney/E88860 1982/M. Mackenzie Bifrou-e Abau DR Sydney/E88861 1982/M. Mackenzie Bifrou-f Abau DR Sydney/E88862 1982/M. Mackenzie Bisiaburu-a Abau Central PM/E2598 1968/B. Craig Bisiaburu-b Abau Central Sydney/ E64305 1968/B. Craig
1
 
Museum identities: Amst. (Amsterdam): Tropen Museum; Basel: Museum der Kulturen; Berlin: Ethnologisches Museum; Göttingen: Institut und Sammlung für Völkerkunde der Universität Göttingen; Leiden: Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde
;
PM (Port Moresby): PNG National Museum; Sydney: Australian Museum;
 
Vienna: Museum für Völkerkunde.
 
 
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Buna-a Abau Central Berlin/VI 49782 1968/B. Craig Buna-b Abau Central Berlin/VI 49784 1968/B. Craig Dabrau-a Awun PM/6004 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Dabrau-b Awun Berlin/VI 50695 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Dabrau-c Awun Berlin/VI 50701 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Dieru-a Abau Central Sydney/E88869 1982/M. Mackenzie Dieru-b Abau Central Sydney/E88870 1982/M. Mackenzie Dieru-c Abau Central Sydney/E88871 1982/M. Mackenzie Esyu Abau UR Berlin/VI 49837 1968/B. Craig Fongwinam-a Yuri Sydney/E64303 1968/B. Craig Fongwinam-b Yuri PM/E2649 1968/B. Craig Fongwinam-c Yuri Berlin/VI 49887 1968/B. Craig Fongwinam-d Yuri Göttingen/3643 1968/B. Craig Hogru-a Abau Central Leiden/4477-321 1969/B. Craig Hogru-b Abau Central PM/E7489 1969/B. Craig Hogru-c Abau Central Berlin/VI 49929 1969/B. Craig Hogru-d Abau Central Berlin/VI 49993 1969/B. Craig Iburu Abau Central Leiden/4477-327 1969/B. Craig Isagu Abau UR Sydney/E64315 1969/B. Craig Kambriap-a Yuri Vienna/148884 1969-73/H. Peter Kambriap-b Yuri Vienna/148890 1969-73/H. Peter Kambriap-c Yuri Vienna/148894 1969-73/H. Peter Kambriap-d Yuri Vienna/148899 1969-73/H. Peter Kambriap-e Yuri Vienna/148900 1969-73/H. Peter Kwieftim-a Ak PM/E5984 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Kwieftim-b Ak Berlin/VI 50702 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Kwieftim-c Ak Berlin/VI 50705 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Kwieftim-d Ak Berlin/VI 50706 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Kwieftim-e Ak Berlin/VI 50707 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Mahani Abau Central Leiden/4477-328 1969/B. Craig Miniaburu Abau Central PM/79.1.285 1969/B. Craig Mukudami-a Namie Lawo Leiden/4477-325 1969/B. Craig Mukudami-b Namie Lawo Sydney/E64601 1969/B. Craig Mukwasi-a Abau Central Sydney/E64603 1969/B. Craig Mukwasi-b Abau Central Berlin/VI 50294 1969/B. Craig  Naum-a Namie Wiyari Leiden/4477-322 1969/B. Craig  Naum-b Namie Wiyari Leiden/4477-323 1969/B. Craig  Naum-c Namie Wiyari Leiden/4477-324 1969/B. Craig  Naum-d Namie Wiyari Sydney/E64597 1969/B. Craig  Naum-e Namie Wiyari Sydney/E64598 1969/B. Craig
 
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 Naum-f Namie Wiyari Sydney/E64602 1969/B. Craig  Naum-g Namie Wiyari PM/E7484 1969/B. Craig  Naum-h Namie Wiyari PM/E7487 1969/B. Craig  Naum-i Namie Wiyari PM/E7488 1969/B. Craig  Naum-j Namie Wiyari Berlin/VI 50115 1969/B. Craig  Norambalip Namie Edawaki Berlin/VI 50687 c.1970/ A. & H. Kelm Pananggan-a Yuri AMST./3947-17 1968/B. Craig Pananggan-b Yuri BaselVb 26854 1969-73/H. Peter Rawei-a Busa Leiden/4477-320 1969/B. Craig Rawei-b Busa SydneyE64596 1969/B. Craig Rawei-c Busa PM/E7485 1969/B. Craig Tipas-a Namie Ameni Basel/Vb15839 1959/A. Bühler Tipas-b Namie Ameni Basel/Vb15841 1959/A. Bühler Tipas-c Namie Ameni Basel/Vb15842 1959/A. Bühler Tipas-d Namie Ameni Basel/Vb15845 1959/A. Bühler Tipas-e Namie Ameni Basel/Vb15846 1959/A. Bühler Tipas-f Namie Ameni Basel/Vb15849 1959/A. Bühler Tipas-g Namie Ameni PM/11620 1969/G. Gerrits Tipas-h Namie Ameni Sydney/E88872 1982/M. Mackenzie Troli-a Yuri Basel/Vb 26851 1969-73/H. Peter Troli-b Yuri Göttingen/3642 1969-73/H. Peter Troli-c Yuri Vienna/155045 1969-73/H. Peter Wagu-a Abau DR Berlin/VI 50320 1969/B. Craig Wagu-b Abau DR PM/E11618 1969/G. Gerrits Wagu-c Abau DR PM/E11619 1969/G. Gerrits Wiro Abau DR PM/E11621 1969/G. Gerrits Yaru Namie Edawaki Sydney/88868 1982/M. Mackenzie Yegarapi-a Namie Edawaki Berlin/VI 50219 1969/B. Craig Yegarapi-b Namie Edawaki Leiden/4477-326 1969/B. Craig Yegarapi-c Namie Edawaki Sydney/E64595 1969/B. Craig Yegarapi-d Namie Edawaki PM/7486 1969/B. Craig Yegarapi-e Namie Edawaki Sydney/E88873 1982/M. Mackenzie Yiwani-a Namie Ewani Sydney/E79487 1930/J. Magers Yiwani-b Namie Ewani Sydney/E64600 1969/B. Craig
In terms of the estimated aggregated population combining the language groups, the ratio between string bags and people is approximately 1/100. Some settlements are considerably better represented than others but, by and large, proportions for the
languages
 reflect those of relative estimated population figures (Fyfe 2009b: 96, table 9.3). One adjustment can be made to the figure of 4,500 given for the Abau. This

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