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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. This shows his abilities as a navigator. The carving is part of the canoe house on Treaty grounds, Waitangi.

Maori sculpture (New Zealand)

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absurdonio: “ Maori sculpture ”

MAORI SHORT CLUB, NEW ZEALAND

maori massue courte ||| weapon

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Taiaha: This was a favourite weapon in the old fighting days, and warriors were trained until they became remarkably proficient in its use. When a man armed with a taiaha wished to take advantage of an enemy, he would advance with his weapon at the trail (to), the blade (rau) at the rear and lowered close to the earth. When near enough to strike, the rau would be quickly raised and the blow delivered.

Maori Weapons | Maori Clubs | Maori war club | sell maori weapon

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.

Taiaha: This was a favourite weapon in the old fighting days, and warriors were trained until they became remarkably proficient in its use. When a man armed with a taiaha wished to take advantage of an enemy, he would advance with his weapon at the trail (to), the blade (rau) at the rear and lowered close to the earth. When near enough to strike, the rau would be quickly raised and the blow delivered.

Maori Weapons | Maori Clubs | Maori war club | sell maori weapon

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.

Taiaha: This was a favourite weapon in the old fighting days, and warriors were trained until they became remarkably proficient in its use. When a man armed with a taiaha wished to take advantage of an enemy, he would advance with his weapon at the trail (to), the blade (rau) at the rear and lowered close to the earth. When near enough to strike, the rau would be quickly raised and the blow delivered.

Maori Weapons | Maori Clubs | Maori war club | sell maori weapon

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.

CLUB, MAORI, NEW ZEALAND

maori massue courte en bois ||| weapon

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Epingle de Nouvelle-Zélande en os (2)

Accessoires de coiffure, peigne à cheveux, épingles, barrettes, tiares, couronnes, harkamm, peineta, pettini

Maori art, Auckland museum, New Zealand

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Maori chief by Charles Goldie (NZ artist)

New Zealand History in Painting

Chief's staff "taiaha" - New Zealand, Maori

Chief's staff "taiaha" - New Zealand, Maori

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A Maori Bone Tiki, New Zealand, probably by J.Robieson

members of New Zealand’s infamous Mighty Mongrel Mob, the largest in the nation

Gripping Photos of New Zealand’s Largest Gang Will Make You Tremble

New Zealand is a country known more for its picturesque Lord Of The Rings settings than for its gang activity, but it is this unknown dark side that photographer Jono Rotman explores in his powerful series of mob portraits. He managed to get members of New Zealand's infamous Mighty Mongrel Mob, the largest in the nation, to sit down for stunning portraits.