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Maori/ te reo

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Numbers in Māori from and large numbers - Ngā Tau School Resources, Teacher Resources, Maori Songs, Maori Art, Thai Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Tribal Tattoos, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols

Ngā Tau

Learn the numbers and how to count in Maori from 1-10 as well as large numbers and ordinals

Get free Outlook email and calendar, plus Office Online apps like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Sign in to access your Outlook, Hotmail or Live email account. Maori Leg Tattoo, Maori Tattoo Meanings, Maori Symbols, Thai Tattoo, Maori Designs, Tattoo Tortuga, Art Maori, Maori Patterns, Polynesian Art

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Image Vault Ltd is a distributor and publisher of fine-art prints, bespoke lampshades and wall decals. Maori Designs, Doodles Zentangles, Maori Patterns, Maori People, Polynesian Art, Wind Sculptures, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art

Image Vault Ltd is a distributor and publisher of fine-art prints, bespoke lampshades and wall decals.

Toru - He Tohu Toa by Kees Meeuws/Dave Burke

Te Rongo Kirkwood ), Māori artist biography and portfolio > Page 6 Maori Patterns, Wave Jewelry, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Photography Themes, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Bone Carving

Past Exhibitions

Te Rongo Kirkwood NZ Maori glass artist - | Maori | Art | Sculpture | Jewellery | Fashion

 The figure at the top is a marakihau, sometimes described as a sea taniwha. Maori People, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Bone Carving, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Art, Tribal Art, Wood Art

Marakihau-style carving

This epa (house post) was discovered in Waitara, Taranaki, in 1919. The figure at the top is a marakihau, sometimes described as a sea taniwha . However, some view it as an ancestor with the bulbous head, three fingers, and serpentine body that reflects the...

a onewa; b, patu paraoa; c, mere; d, Chatham Is. Maori Designs, Maori Legends, Maori Symbols, Polynesian People, Maori Patterns, Rock Sculpture, Maori Art, Wood Carving Patterns, Kiwiana

Fig. 78. Short clubs. — a onewa; b, patu paraoa; c, mere; d, Chatham Is. stone club; e, kotiate; f, wahaika; g, wahaika with side notch; h, Chatham Is. a-c, e, f, after Best (16); d, h, after Skinner (71); g, Oldman coll., no. 63 | NZETC

Maori Chieftain holding a Mere (patu or club) New Zealand (Polynesia), n. Indigenous people from the across the world! Tonga, Once Were Warriors, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Anthropologie, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Polynesian Culture

Magic Transistor

Māori Chieftan holding a Mere (Patu or Short club), New Zealand (Polynesia), n.d.

The finial of a Maori Flute Maori Symbols, Maori Tribe, Maori Patterns, Facial Tattoos, Instruments, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Bone Carving

maori flûte

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Matt Smiler Kura Gallery Maori Art Design Aotearoa New Zealand Carving Totara Female Mask Red Moko Wood Carving Art, Wood Art, Tree Carving, Maori Patterns, Wood Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art

Female Mask, Red Moko – sold – Kura Gallery: Maori and New Zealand Art + Design.

Matt Smiler Kura Gallery Maori Art Design Aotearoa New Zealand Carving Totara Female Mask Red Moko

Whakapakoko rākau (god stick) This whakapakoko atua (god stick) is believed to represent Rongo, the god of agriculture. These sticks were often located near gardens of kūmara (sweet potatoes). They were protective talismans to ensure plentiful crops. Ohm Tattoo, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Effigy, Animal Totems, Bone Carving, Archaeology, Metal Working

Whakapakoko rākau (god stick)

The whakapakoko rākau or god stick had a pointed end so it could be stuck into the ground. It was used as a temporary shrine for an atua (deity) by tohunga ahurewa (priestly experts). Tohunga were often responsible for healing people, and sometimes used ...