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Maori carving

Maori carving in the gardens

Taranaki manaia

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In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Taranaki figure types

Taranaki figure types

In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Origin And Relationships Of Maori Material Culture And Decorative Art, By H. D. Skinner, P 229-243

Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Origin And Relationships Of Maori Material Culture And Decorative Art, By H. D. Skinner, P 229-243

Détail d'une poupe de waka

Waitangi Day 2015 : les maoris à l’honneur

Le 6 février dernier s'est déroulé le 175e anniversaire du Waitangi Day. Une occasion de découvrir quelques pans de la culture maorie.

Characteristic Kahungunu figure and manaia. From “Te Hau ki Turanga” house, Dominion Museum

Characteristic Kahungunu figure and manaia. From “Te Hau ki Turanga” house, Dominion Museum

In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Photo of Maori meeting house panel carving, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Te Papa Whakahiku - Scott L. Robertson Photography

Photo of Maori meeting house panel carving, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Te Papa Whakahiku

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...

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Matatua manaia

Matatua manaia

In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Taranaki style

Taranaki style

Maori Wood Carving

Maori Art, Wood Carving

Explore stephanieetstephane's photos on Flickr. stephanieetstephane has uploaded 1792 photos to Flickr.

The Maori: A Rich and Cherished Culture at the World’s Edge

New Zealand was one of the last landmasses to be colonized by humans. When Pleistocene megafauna had gone extinct elsewhere in the world, New Zealand was still inhabited by the moas, giant flightless birds that were hunted by early Maori settlers.

manaia carving wood - Google Search

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Journal of the Polynesian Society: Evolution Of Certain Maori Carving Patterns, By Gilbert Archey, P 171-190

Journal of the Polynesian Society: Evolution Of Certain Maori Carving Patterns, By Gilbert Archey, P 171-190

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Maori carving

Maori carving in the gardens

Taranaki manaia

Taranaki manaia

In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Taranaki figure types

Taranaki figure types

In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Origin And Relationships Of Maori Material Culture And Decorative Art, By H. D. Skinner, P 229-243

Journal of the Polynesian Society: The Origin And Relationships Of Maori Material Culture And Decorative Art, By H. D. Skinner, P 229-243

Détail d'une poupe de waka

Waitangi Day 2015 : les maoris à l’honneur

Le 6 février dernier s'est déroulé le 175e anniversaire du Waitangi Day. Une occasion de découvrir quelques pans de la culture maorie.

Characteristic Kahungunu figure and manaia. From “Te Hau ki Turanga” house, Dominion Museum

Characteristic Kahungunu figure and manaia. From “Te Hau ki Turanga” house, Dominion Museum

In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Photo of Maori meeting house panel carving, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Te Papa Whakahiku - Scott L. Robertson Photography

Photo of Maori meeting house panel carving, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Te Papa Whakahiku

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...

Chunky

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Matatua manaia

Matatua manaia

In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was a critical and publishing success at the time, and has been used as a basic reference work about the country since then. We are proud to make it available online.

Taranaki style

Taranaki style

Maori Wood Carving

Maori Art, Wood Carving

Explore stephanieetstephane's photos on Flickr. stephanieetstephane has uploaded 1792 photos to Flickr.

The Maori: A Rich and Cherished Culture at the World’s Edge

New Zealand was one of the last landmasses to be colonized by humans. When Pleistocene megafauna had gone extinct elsewhere in the world, New Zealand was still inhabited by the moas, giant flightless birds that were hunted by early Maori settlers.

manaia carving wood - Google Search

manaia carving wood - Google Search