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Atoni, Atoin Meto, Atoin Pah Meto, Dawan, ime za etničku skupinu na Timoru, u indonezijskom Zapadnom Timoru i istočnotimorskoj enklavi Oecussi-Ambeno. Ima 844.030 pripadnika, od čega 761.000 u Indoneziji[1] i 80.000 u Istočnom Timoru[2] te 3.030 u Portugalu[3]. Govore jezikom uab meto. Služe se i indonezijskim i portugalskim. Većinom su kršćani, a mali dio su muslimani i pripadnici tradicionalne religije.

Izvori[uredi VE | uredi]

  1. Atoni in Indonesia. Joshua Project pristupljeno 24. rujna 2014.
  2. Atoni in Timor-Leste. PeopleGroup.org pristupljeno 24. rujna 2014.
  3. Atoni in Portugal. Joshua Project pristupljeno 24. rujna 2014.

Literatura[uredi VE | uredi]

  • Clarke E. Cunningham, Atoni Borrowing Of Children: An Aspect Of Mediation, in: Spiro, M.E. (ed.), American Ethnological Society Proceedings, Annual Spring Meeting, Seattle, 1965.
  • Clarke E. Cunningham, Categories Of Descent Groups In A Timorese Village, in: Oceania 37, 1966:13-21.
  • Herbert W. Jardner, Textilien der Atoni. Variationen eines Stils in West-Timor, unpubl. Magisterschrift, 1988,Köln.
  • Herbert W. Jardner, Die Kuan Fatu-Chronik. Form und Kontext der mümdlichen Dichtung der Atoin Meto (Amanuban, Westtimor), Veröffentlichungen des Seminars für Indonesische und Südseesprachen der Unsiversität Hamburg, Band 23, Berlin und Hamburg, 1999.
  • Herbert W. und Heidrun Jardner, Eingefangene Fäden. Textile Verzierungstechniken in West-Timor, Indonesien, Austronesia Bd.1, herausgegeben von Rainer Carle und Peter Pink, 2., neu bearb. und erw. Aufl., Hamburg, 1995.
  • Andrew R. McWilliam, Harvest of the nakaf: A Study of Headhunting Among the Atoni of West Timor, B.Litt.thesis, Australian National University, 1982.
  • Andrew R. McWilliam, Narrating the gate and the path. Place and precedence in South West Timor, Ph.D.thesis Australian National University, 1989.
  • Schulte Nordholt, H.G., The Political System Of The Atoni Of Timor, Verhandelingen Koninklijk Instituut 60, 1971. DOI:10.26530/OAPEN_613379