Te Ao Maori

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The white-haired Maori chief Teroro Tamati...

How traditional Maori face tattoos called Moko describe without words

Striking images, taken by New Zealand's first ever photographer, Elizabeth Pulman, depict the way of life of the Maori, including their unique method of tattooing the face called ta moko, shown.

Merenako of Motueka, also known as Old Biddy, as an old woman wearing a kahukiwi (Maori kiwi feather cloak) and hei tiki (carved figure worn around the neck). Photographer unidentified.1880's.

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unknown maori chief unknown photographer #maoritattoosmen

unknown maori chief unknown photographer #maoritattoosmen

Te Kooti

Maori Prophets

Maori (volk) - Wikipedia

Maori (volk) - Wikipedia

Unidentified young Maori girls alongside Kikopiri meeting house on Muhonoa West Road in the Horowhenua.

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Unidentified young Maori girls alongside Kikopiri meeting house on Muhonoa West Road in the Horowhenua.

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Native settlement, Kawhia by Enos Pegler

Native settlement, Kawhia

Enos Pegler - Native settlement, Kawhia

Making kits for the visitors at King Tawhiao's tangi by Enos Pegler

Making kits for the visitors at King Tawhiao's tangi

Enos Pegler - Making kits for the visitors at King Tawhiao's tangi

Negative (black and white); a Tuhoe woman sitting on a mat, one which she has herself woven, on the ground outdoors; she is weaving a kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) on a turuturu (loom); she wears a headscarf and shirt made of patterned cloth, and a skirt made of woven plant fibre; Ruatoki, New Zealand. Photographic Process

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Negative (black and white); a Tūhoe woman sitting on a mat, one which she has herself woven, on the ground outdoors; she is weaving a kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) on a turuturu (loom); she wears a headscarf and shirt made of patterned cloth, and a skirt made of woven plant fibre; Ruatoki, New Zealand. Photographic Process

TE KUITI=MANIAPOTO

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Rangiātea church – Missions and missionaries – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

Rangiātea church

The beautiful church of Rangiātea at Ōtaki, on the Kāpiti Coast, was built between 1844 and 1851. Ōtaki was the site of a Church Missionary Society mission headed by Octavius Hadfield. He had a close relationship with the Māori people, and the chief Te Rauparaha led the building of the ...

Tokanganui a Noho meeting house, King Country by Enos Pegler

Tokanganui a Noho meeting house, King Country

Enos Pegler - Tokanganui a Noho meeting house, King Country

A tangi, or meeting of friends. Mount Egmont in the distance.

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Speaking on a marae, 1885

Speaking on a marae, 1885

In traditional Māori societies, the marae was one site of adult learning. Oratory skills were practised by those with speaking rights, while others learned by listening. This 1885 painting shows a rangatira (chief) speaking to a large group of attentive listeners.

Maori Religion and Mythology

Maori Religion And Mythology|Paperback

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