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El Haka de Nueva Zelanda. El Haka es una danza de guerra de la cultura maori. Hay un haka en el himno nacional de Nueva Zelanda. El haka es famoso alrededor del mundo debido a los All Blacks porque siempre hacen un haka antes de un partido de rugby.
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Pounamu (New Zealand Jade) Maori Toki by master artist Tyson Lynes. The toki is the blade of and adze with which the great war canoes were carved from giant trees so is said to represent a crafts person or artist. www.boneart.co.nz
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Original painting SOLD, acrylic painting on canvas, 1200 x 2400mm, 2015 Explore the story of the artwork >> Print sizes and editions (limited to 95) Regular museum archival paper print - 485 x
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Mount Taranaki ~is an active but quiescent composite volcano in the Taranaki region on the west coast of New Zealand's North Island.
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The Maori legend holds that the north island of New Zealand was once a huge fish caught by Maui, the great Mariner, using only a woven line and a bone hook. The fish hook remained lodged in the side of the fish and can be seen today as the outline of Hawke's Bay. The Hei Matau represents Strength, Prosperity, Fertility and a great respect for the Sea.
Mahutu te Toko. — This Waikato chief and warrior was a cousin of King Tawhiao, whom he somewhat resembled in features. He fought against the British troops in the Taranaki and Waikato wars, 1860–64. He was noted especially as an expert in all the work and lore of canoe-making
Mahutu te Toko. This Waikato chief and warrior was a cousin of King Tawhiao, whom he somewhat resembled in features. He fought against the British troops in the Taranaki and Waikato wars, 1860–64. He was noted especially as an expert in all the work and lore of canoe-making.