Regularised as 'bunaan' (see Besold, 2013). The Bunan is an initiation ceremony of southern NSW. It is distinguished from the Kadja-ivallung by having a circular ring of earth, within which the preliminary ceremonies take place, and a small sacred enclosure, at a distance, connected with the Bunan by a path. This form connects the Bunan with the Burbung of the Wiradjuri, the Bora of the Kamilaroi, and the Dora of some Queensland tribes (Hewitt 1904, 519).

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