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" In this Island they have no king nor chief, but live like beasts. And I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest covering of any kind. "
In the Andamans and Nicobars: The Narrative of a Cruise in the Schooner ... - Page 209
by Cecil Boden Kloss - 1903 - 373 lehte
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The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian: Concerning ..., 2. köide;156. köide

Marco Polo - 1871
...NECUVERAN. In this Island they have no king nor chief, but live like beasts. And I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest...Indian-nut and Cloves and Brazil and sundry other good spices.1 There is nothing else worth relating ; so we will go on, and I will tell you of an Island...
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The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian: Concerning the Kingdoms ..., 2. köide

Marco Polo - 1875 - 606 lehte
...NECUVERAN. In this Island they have no king nor chief, but live like beasts. And I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest...Indian-nut and Cloves and Brazil and sundry other good spices.1 There is nothing else worth relating ; so we will go on, and I will tell you of an Island...
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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain ..., 6. köide

1877
...Necuveran. In this island they have no king or chief, but live like beasts. And I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest covering of any kind. They are idolaters."* I think there is little doubt that these people are Negritos belonging to Professor Huxley's Negroid...
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The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and ..., 6. köide

1877
...Necuveran. In this island they have no king or chief, but live like beasts. And I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest covering of any kind. They are idolaters."* I think there is little doubt that these people are Negritos belonging to Professor Huxley's Negroid...
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The Journal of the Anthropological institute, 6. köide

Royal anthropological institute - 1877
...Necuveran. In this island they have no king or chief, but live like beasts. And I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest covering of any kind. They are idolaters."* I think there is little doubt that these people are Negritos belonging to Professor Huxley's Negroid...
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Far Cathay and Farther India

Alexander Ruxton MacMahon - 1893 - 340 lehte
...absence of clothing on the part of the Nicobar people is thus commented on : ' I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest covering of any kind.' Though in compliance with the arbitrary decrees of fashion near the English settlements, the men now...
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A Record of the Buddhist Religion as Practised in India and the Malay ...

Yijing - 1896 - 240 lehte
...1 50 miles, and then you come to two islands, one of which is called " Necuveran " (or Necouran)2. In this island they have no king nor chief, but live...slightest covering of any kind. They are idolaters ; there are all sorts of fine and valuable trees, such as red sanders and Indian nuts and cloves and...
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The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian: Concerning the Kingdoms ..., 2. köide

Marco Polo, Henri Cordier - 1903
...NECUVERAN. In this Island they have no king nor chief, but live like beasts. And I tell you they go all naked, both men and women, and do not use the slightest...Indian-nut and Cloves and Brazil and sundry other good spices.1 There is nothing else worth relating ; so we will go on, and I will tell you of an Island...
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A Record of the Buddhist Religion as Practiced in India and the Malay ...

I-Tsing - 2005 - 240 lehte
...about 150 miles, and then you come to two islands, one of which is called " Necuveran " (or Necouran)2. In this island they have no king nor chief, but live...slightest covering of any kind. They are idolaters ; there are all sorts of fine and valuable trees, such as red sanders and Indian nuts and cloves and...
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