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245 04 The Bugis chronicle of Bone /|ctranslated and edited by 
       Campbell Macknight, Mukhlis Paeni and Muhlis Hadrawi 
264  1 Acton, ACT :|bAustralian National University Press,
       |c[2020] 
300    xii, 153 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  1. The Chronicle of Bone in Bugis historiography -- 2. The
       definition of the work -- 3. The manuscript -- 4. The 
       choice of this version of the work -- 5. Principles of 
       transcription -- 6. Principles of translation -- 7. The 
       nature of the work -- 8. The date of the work and the 
       problem of the end -- 9. Early Western-language comment on
       the events of the chronicle -- 10. Previous editions and 
       published translations of the chronicle -- 11. Commentary 
       on the chronicle -- Appendix 1: Other manuscript versions 
       of the chronicle -- Appendix 2: Absolute reign dates -- 
       Appendix 3: Placenames in the chronicle -- The Bugis 
       Chronicle of Bone: English text -- The Bugis Chronicle of 
       Bone: Bugis text 
520    "The Bugis Chronicle of Bone is a masterwork in the 
       historiographical tradition of South Sulawesi in 
       Indonesia. Written in the late seventeenth century for a 
       very specific political purpose, it describes the steady 
       growth of the kingdom of Bone from the fourteenth century 
       onwards. The local conquests of the fifteenth century, 
       closely linked to agricultural expansion, give way to the 
       long conflict with the Makasar state of Gowa in the 
       sixteenth century. Forced Islamisation in 1611 is dealt 
       with in detail, leading finally to first contact with the 
       Dutch East India Company in 1667. This edition presents a 
       diplomatic version of the best Bugis text, together with 
       the first full English translation and an extensive 
       introduction covering the philological approach to the 
       edition, as well as the historical and cultural 
       significance of the work. A structure based on the reigns 
       of successive rulers allows for stories about the 
       circumstances of each ruler and, particularly, the often 
       dramatic processes and politics of succession. The 
       chronicle is a rich source for historians and 
       anthropologists seeking to understand societies beyond 
       Europe. It provides a window on to this Austronesian-
       speaking society before the impact of significant external
       influences. This is history from within, covering more 
       than three centuries."--|cProvided by publisher 
542 1  |nThis title is published under a Creative Commons 
       Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International 
       (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) 
650  0 Bugis (Malay people)|zIndonesia|xHistoriography 
651  0 Bone (Kingdom)|xHistory 
700 1  Macknight, C. C.|q(Charles Campbell),|eeditor,|etranslator
700 1  Paeni, Mukhlis,|eeditor,|etranslator 
700 1  Hadrawi, Mukhlis,|eeditor,|etranslator 
710 2  Australian National University Press 
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