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The Maniq (มันนิ) are the only Negrito group in Thailand  speak Maniq, a Non–Khmer language. It's thought they once spoke a language similar to the Andamanese but adopted the language of the Mon–Khmer people around them.  They're a hunter-gatherers  build temporary huts of bamboo w/ banana leaf roofs, hunting many types of animals  consume many kinds of vegetables  fruits. They wear simple clothes made of things like bamboo leaves  are familiar with many species of medicinal herbs.

The Maniq (มันนิ) are the only Negrito group in Thailand speak Maniq, a Non–Khmer language. It's thought they once spoke a language similar to the Andamanese but adopted the language of the Mon–Khmer people around them. They're a hunter-gatherers build temporary huts of bamboo w/ banana leaf roofs, hunting many types of animals consume many kinds of vegetables fruits. They wear simple clothes made of things like bamboo leaves are familiar with many species of medicinal herbs.

www,villabuddha.com  Bali Indonesie  Female Balinese dancer, ca. 1925, photographer unknown.

www,villabuddha.com Bali Indonesie Female Balinese dancer, ca. 1925, photographer unknown.

Indonesia ~ Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Identification of a royal (family) with a Kris, Java, Indonesia

Indonesia ~ Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Identification of a royal (family) with a Kris, Java, Indonesia

1958 image of a Motuan female tattooing the back of a young woman in Manu Manu, Papua New Guinea. Photo by Percy Cochrane, 1907-1980. Part of the University of Wollongong Archives. #VanishingTattoo #VintageTattoos #TattooHistory

1958 image of a Motuan female tattooing the back of a young woman in Manu Manu, Papua New Guinea. Photo by Percy Cochrane, 1907-1980. Part of the University of Wollongong Archives. #VanishingTattoo #VintageTattoos #TattooHistory

Asia (Bali) : a Legong dancer

Asia (Bali) : a Legong dancer

1865 Ketut Djelantik with The Princess Gusti Ajoe Putu on his arm. You can see the King's foot rests firmly on the girl holding the umbrella. This is to signify he is above her and in control of her. In Indonesian culture the feet are considered unclean and one should never point with the foot, step over someone or touch someone with their foot. Here the King makes a clear statement that this is my daughter, The Princess, elevated on a stool and even with The King and below us are our…

1865 Ketut Djelantik with The Princess Gusti Ajoe Putu on his arm. You can see the King's foot rests firmly on the girl holding the umbrella. This is to signify he is above her and in control of her. In Indonesian culture the feet are considered unclean and one should never point with the foot, step over someone or touch someone with their foot. Here the King makes a clear statement that this is my daughter, The Princess, elevated on a stool and even with The King and below us are our…

Gusti Ngurah Ktut Jelantik*, raja Buleleng, bersiap-siap untuk berburu. *Catatan:tidak sama dengan I Gusti Ktut Jelantik, pahlawan nasional, yang wafat 1849 dalam Puputan Jagaraga

Gusti Ngurah Ktut Jelantik*, raja Buleleng, bersiap-siap untuk berburu. *Catatan:tidak sama dengan I Gusti Ktut Jelantik, pahlawan nasional, yang wafat 1849 dalam Puputan Jagaraga

Javanese Woman

Javanese Woman

Native Dancers 1889 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Native Dancers 1889 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

The Raja of Buleleng, Bali, and his secretary (c. 1875) - Tropenmuseum of the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)

A Rare Historical Look At Old Indonesia - 25 Photos Taken Pre-1920

The Raja of Buleleng, Bali, and his secretary (c. 1875) - Tropenmuseum of the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)

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