‘Marriage and politics in Early South Sulawesi’

The Oxis Group: “Ian Caldwell and Kathryn Wellen of the KITLV are currently working on a study of the genealogies of the Bugis-speaking kingdoms between circa 1400-1600 CE. The project aims to establish the extent to which marriages formed a part of the process of state formation and consolidation during these two centuries. Our sources are the royal genealogies of Cina, Soppeng, Bone and Sidenreng, and the chronicles of Wajoq. Research is now complete and we are writing up our findings.”

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