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PREFACE
TOUCH-1
TOUCH-2
TOUCH-3 (begin)
TOUCH-3 (end)
TOUCH-4 (begin)
TOUCH-4 (end)
SMELL-1
SMELL-2
SMELL-3.1
SMELL-3.2
SMELL-3.3
SMELL-3.4
SMELL-3.5
SMELL-4 (begin)
SMELL-4 (end)
SMELL-5
HEARING-1
HEARING-2
HEARING-3
VISION-1.1
VISION-1.2
VISION-1.3
VISION-2.1
VISION-2.2
VISION-2.3
VISION-2.4
VISION-3
VISION-4
VISION-5
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B HISTORY-1
APPENDIX B HISTORY-2.1
APPENDIX B HISTORY-2.2
APPENDIX B HISTORY-2.3
APPENDIX B HISTORY-3.1
APPENDIX B HISTORY-3.2
INDEX OF AUTHORS

184. 

 

[207] _Zeitschrift fuer Ethnologie_, 1900, ht. 5, p. 200. 

 

[208] E.g., the _Kama Sutra_ of Vatsyayana, Bk. III, Chapter I. 

 

[209] Hosea, Chapter xiii, v. 2; I Kings, Chapter xix, v. 18. 

 

[210] Wellhausen, _Reste Arabischen Heidentums_, p. 109. 

 

[211] The Romans recognized at least three kinds of kiss: the _osculum_, 

for friendship, given on the face; the _basium_, for affection, given on 

the lips; the _suavium_, given between the lips, reserved for lovers. 

 

[212] In other parts of the world it would appear that the kiss sometimes 

has a sacred or ritual character. Thus, according to Rev. J. Macdonald 

(_Journal of the Anthropological Institute_, November, 1890, p. 118), it 

is part of the initiation ceremony of a girl at her first menstruation 

that the women of the village should kiss her on the cheek, and on the 

mons veneris and labia. 

 

[213] _Journal of the Anthropological Institute_, August and November, 

1898, p. 107. 

 

[214] Velten, _Sitten und Gebraueche der Suaheli_, p. 142. 

 

[215] Turner, _Samoa_, p. 45. 

 

[216] Tregear, _Journal of the Anthropological Institute_, 1889. 

 

[217] _Zeitschrift fuer Ethnologie_, 1896, ht. 4, p. 272. 

 

[218] Breitenstein, _21 Jahre in India_, vol. i, p. 224. 

 


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