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New Zealand 2000 Maori Spirits and Guardians SG 2311 Fine Used SG 2311 Scott 1629 Condition Fine Used Only one post charge applied on multiple Key Tattoos, Sleeve Tattoos, Evil Tattoos, Skull Tattoos, Foot Tattoos, Zealand Tattoo, Flower Tattoo Foot, Flower Tattoos, Fairy Tattoo Designs

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The Taniwha - immortalised on a postage stamp

In Maori mythology, Maui fished up the North Island using a jaw-bone as a fish hook

an image of maui and two of his brothers.

Native carved pole of Tangaroa God of the Sea. Description from pintere . Maori Designs, Maori Legends, Maori People, Warrior Drawing, Polynesian Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Indigenous Art
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Tangaroa

the-cinder-fields: “ illustration from Wilhelm Dittmer’s Te Tohunga, 1907 ” Eyes Artwork, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Hawaiian Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Art For Art Sake, Nz Art, Indigenous Art
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the-cinder-fields: “ illustration from Wilhelm Dittmer’s Te Tohunga, 1907 ”

Dittmer, Wilhelm, :Maui fishing New Zealand out of the ocean. Art Maori, Polynesian People, Zealand Tattoo, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Kiwiana, Indigenous Art, Folklore

Fish as commodity

This article aims to help the reader understand and distinguish the different types of Maori Weapons. To understand Maori weapons and their intended specialized functions. Frank Morrison, Art Maori, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Maori Words, Maori Patterns, Polynesian Art, Sculpture Metal, Lobe
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Société de ventes aux enchères

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Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving… Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Club Weapon, Maori Symbols, Maori People, Maori Designs, Stone World, Maori Art, Still Life Photos
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Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving…

Various Maori weapons. a tao spear on the far right Polynesian People, Polynesian Islands, Maori Symbols, Maori Tribe, Maori Designs, Medieval Weapons, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Mystery Of History
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te whaiti carved by james Rickard Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Polynesian People, Maori Patterns, Long White Cloud, Maori People, Best Friends Sister, New Zealand Art, Maori Art
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Te Mahurehure Marae. Te whaiti carved by James Rickard

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Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Some ornate Maori carving representing Ranginui, the earth mother - Aotearoa New Zealand Art, New Zealand Travel, Driftwood Sculpture, Sculpture Art, World Of Wearable Art, Maori Tribe, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, Hybrid Design
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Some ornate Maori carving representing Ranginui, the earth mother - Aotearoa

Traditional Maori Stone Carving, Hamilton, Aotearoa New Zealand By global oneness project. hand indicative of demi-god status; possibly trickster hero Maui of the region's legends. Art Beauté, Nz Art, Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Mascara Maori, Stone Carving, Wood Carving, Art Maori, Ta Moko Tattoo
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89 Maori Stone Carving

Maori carvings of New Zealand KahuroaKahungunu: Kahungunu was the ancestor of the Māori tribe Ngāti Kahungunu, and is seen here holding a hoe and a canoe paddle. The carving is part of the canoe house on Treaty grounds, Waitangi.

Ngāti Kahungunu

The ancestor Kahungunu depicted with the canoe paddle of a navigator

  Frank Morrison Art, Maori Legends, Maori Symbols, Maori Patterns, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Hula Dancers
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Tihei Mauri Ora series Robin Slow Maori Art painting new zealand kura… Nz Art, Art For Art Sake, Maori Patterns, Maori People, Maori Designs, Seashell Painting, New Zealand Art, Nordic Tattoo, Maori Art
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