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HISTORY OF CULTURE | THE CULTURE OF ENDE TRIBE | Boundaries of territory that stretches from the coast north to south it is to the east with the Sikka district, the western with Ngada district, north of the Flores Sea, south to the sea Sabu. 2046.6 km2 wide Ende district, regional climate is generally tropical with an average rainfall 6096 mm / year with an average number of rainy days in November, the most s / d in January.

Most areas received the most rain is like the central region mountain region Kalimutu, Detusoko, Welamosa which ranged between 1700 mm s / d 4000 mm / year.

Ende name itself is said to have a mention as Endeh, Nusa Ende, or in ancient literature called Independent or Ynde. There is a strong suspicion that the name was probably given around the 14th century when people trade maleyu large woven expensive nan ie gloves patola Tjindai similar in their trading voyages to Ende.

Ende / Lio often called in one name that can not be separated. Nevertheless the attitude of the ego in naming themselves as: Jao Ata ata Lio Ende or I can actually show there are clear boundaries between the two hallmark title.

Although public administration called Ende / Lio reside within clear boundaries as described above but in reality the culture (tereitorial culture) seems wider than in Ende Lio.

Settlement patterns in both the public and Lio Ende generally at the beginning of the family batih / core baba (father), ine (mama) and Ana (the kids) and then expanded after marrying the boy settled in or around the main house main house . The house itself generally is traditionally made from sago palm leaves and bamboo thatched reeds.

Layers of society nobleman called Mosalaki ria bewa Lio, a layer of medium bansawan called Puu and Tuke Mosalaki sani for ordinary people. While the community is called Ata NggaE Ende nobles, kings derivative Nggae Mere Ata, Ata-called middle-layer and slave dati Ata Hoo Hoo Hoo Tai called Manu.

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