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Taawhiao

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A portrait of Tukaroto Potatau Matutaera Te Wherowhero Tawhiao. Ta Moko Tattoo, Maori People, Maori Designs, Aboriginal People, Maori Art, Face Tattoos, South Pacific, My People, Alter

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Tukaroto Matutaera Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao, [ca He has full facial moko and wears a tiki. Maori Face Tattoo, Once Were Warriors, Maori Words, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, King And Country

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Illustration about Maori styled tattoo pattern. Illustration of sign, maori, spiral - 25560095 Maori Tattoo Patterns, Maori Patterns, Mug Rug Patterns, Pattern Tattoos, Design Patterns, Maori Designs, Tiki Tattoo, Polynesian Art, Muster Tattoos

Vector Images, Illustrations and Cliparts: Maori styled tattoo pattern. Seamless vector illustration.

Vector Images, Illustrations and Cliparts .eps detail #106634279 - Maori styled tattoo pattern. Seamless vector illustration. | Author: Artem Efimov | Hqvectors.com

Māori concerned about land sales around the Waikato River prior to 1863 placed their lands under the mana of Pōtatau te Wherowhero and proclaimed him as King. Pōtatau was crowned as the first Māori King at Ngāruawāhia in Nz History, History Books, History Facts, Maori Tribe, Maori People, Maori Art, Aboriginal Art, Body Art Tattoos, Historia

King Pōtatau te Wherowhero

Māori concerned about land sales around the Waikato River prior to 1863 placed their lands under the mana of Pōtatau te Wherowhero and proclaimed him as King. Pōtatau was crowned as the first Māori King at Ngāruawāhia in 1858.

The late Mahuta Potatau Te Wherowhero, son of King Tawhiao, of Waikato. Tiki Tattoo, Maori People, Polynesian Culture, People Art, First Nations, Deep Thoughts, Black History, Old Photos, New Zealand

Chapter V. — The Law of Tapu | NZETC

The late Mahuta Potatau Te Wherowhero, son of King Tawhiao, of Waikato.

King Tawhiao's soldiers performing at his tangi - Photograph taken by Enos Pegler, 24 September 1894 King Tawhiao died 26 August 1894 at Parawera. He was buried at Taupiri after a tangi in September. On 24 September the tangi was open to pakeha visitors. Once Were Warriors, Polynesian People, Maori People, 24 September, Maori Art, New Zealand, Culture, Dance, Black And White

Tāwhiao's tangi: haka

With their muskets reversed, a party of King Tāwhiao's warriors perform a haka at his tangihanga at Taupiri in 1894. Most are wearing a blanket or shawl around the waist, as a reference to traditional fighting costume. An Auckland Star reporter noted, 'All the old weapons of ...

Dame Te Atairangikaahu July 1931 – 15 August was the Māori queen for 40 years, the longest reign of any Māori monarch Long White Cloud, Maori People, New Zealand Art, After Marriage, Morning Sky, Maori Art, Polynesian Culture, Polymer Clay Flowers, Great Leaders

Dame Te Atairangikaahu (23 July 1931 – 15 August 2006) was the Māori queen for 40 years, the longest reign of any Māori monarch

In the there was a push among New Zealand’s Maori Tribes to establish political roles akin to those of the British colonists. This was done as a means of preserving the Maori culture in the face of colonization. Eugene Atget, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Art Maori, Maori Face Tattoo, Maori Tribe, Maori People

Pending Realisations / Art - General

(14AD) JOSIAH MARTIN Portrait of King Tawhiao n\ / MAD on Collections - Browse and find over 10,000 categories of collectables from around the world - antiques, stamps, coins, memorabilia, art, bottles, jewellery, furniture, medals, toys and more at madoncollections.com. Free to view - Free to Register - Visit today. #Art #General #MADonCollections #MADonC

Kīngitanga – the Māori King movement (Te Rata, Portrait Art, Portraits, Tiki Tattoo, Maori People, People Art, Kiwi, New Zealand, British, England

Te Rata, 1912–1933, and Te Puea

There was much hope for the new king, Te Rata, but his kingship was hindered by illness – rheumatoid arthritis and heart disease. Te Rata’s major activity was the study of tribal traditions ...

Kīngitanga – the Māori King movement (Korokī, Polynesian People, Long White Cloud, New Zealand Houses, Maori Art, Flora And Fauna, Kiwi, Bear, Culture, Woman

Korokī, 1933–1966

Crowning of Korokī The kingship was passed on to the eldest son of Te Rata, Korokī

By 1929 Te Puea Herangi was already a prominent national figure, having played an important role in reviving the Kingitanga movement. Polynesian People, Herald News, Maori People, Maori Art, New Zealand, Community, Bear, Culture, Dance

1929, Te Puea Herangi: Mobilising communities | NZ Herald

Origins of the Māori King Movement (NZ History Online) Nz History, History Online, Maori Art, Origins, Jon Snow, New Zealand, Growing Up, King, Bear

Origins of the Māori King Movement - Māori King movement origins

In May 2008 Māori gathered at Ngāruawāhia to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the formation of the Kīngitanga, or Māori King Movement. The current king, Te Arikinui Tūheitia Paki, was crowned in August 2006 following the death of his mother, Dame Te Atairangikaahu.

Princess Te Puea Herangi, CBE November 1883 – 12 October was a Māori leader from New Zealand's Waikato region known by the name Princess Te Puea. Her mother, Tiahuia, was the elder sister of King Mahuta. Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Rejected Princesses, Maori Words, Hula Dance, Maori People, Maori Art, Women In History, Wwi

NZ Women who fought against WWI

The declaration of war was greeted so enthusiastically in NZ that many anti-militarist groups lowered their profile. This included the Natio...