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KAIN IKAT FROM ROTI GROUP, INDONESIA

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  • 003 ROTI
    Lafa (shawl). Warp ikat. 1930. Village unknown.
  • 006 NDAO
    Blanket. Warp ikat. 1920-40. Village unknown. .
  • 008 NDAO
    Blanket. Warp ikat. 1920-1940 . Village unknown. .
  • 011 ROTI
    Lafa (shawl). Warp ikat. 1925-1950. Probably Termanu, as the cross-shaped dula penis motif is typical for the area.
  • 012 ROTI
    Lafa (shawl). Warp ikat. 1950-1960. Nemberala (Nembrala) in western Roti.
  • 014 ROTI
    Pou (sarong). Warp ikat. 1900-1925. Probably eastern part of the island.
  • 042 ROTI
    Lafa (shawl). Warp ikat. Circa 1950. Nemberala village in West Roti (probably).
  • 107 ROTI
    Lafa ina (horse blanket). Warp ikat. 1930-1950, perhaps earlier
  • 125 NDAO
    Lafa (shawl). Warp ikat. 1940. Village unknown.
  • 127 ROTI
    Pou (sarong). Warp ikat. 1940. Village unknown.
  • 141 ROTI
    Lafa (shawl). Warp ikat. 1930-1945. Nemberala.
  • 180 ROTI
    Pou (sarong). Warp ikat. Early 20th c.

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Literature

As of this writing there is no monograph on the textiles of Roti. Most recent writings rely heavily on the early work of Alfred Bühler from the late 1930s and of that of ethnologist James J. Fox, an expert on this region, from the late 1970s. Two of the better sources are a short article by Fox in Textile Traditions of Indonesia, simply titled Roti, Ndao and Savu, and Figure Shark and Pattern Crocodile: The Foundations of the Textile Traditions of Roti and Ndao, his substantial contribution to Indonesian Textiles, a collection of papers in typescript edited by Mattiebelle Gittinger.


Map of Roti Group







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