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Timaus Recordings

PARADISEC
Owen Edwards (Aggregated by)
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Brief description

Materials collected on Timaus, a variety of Meto spoken to the south of Kupang city, but almost certainly originating from the Amfo'an area. Most materials collected in the hamlet of Sanenu from Bokong village.

This data was collected with the support of the Language and Culture Unit (UBB) in Kupang.

Data collection for recordings made in 2017 made possible by the Australia Awards Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships program funded by Australian government’s Department of Education and Training

Created: 14 10 2019

Data time period: 20 03 2016 to 09 10 2019

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123.758,-10.1925 123.758,-10.2368 123.721,-10.2368 123.721,-10.1925 123.758,-10.1925

123.7395,-10.21465

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