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Large matau-fishing hook, a composite fish hook of gigantic proportions fashioned from a native hardwood sapling. a robust length of cord (aho) is attached to the top. the small barb is fasioned from a mammal's tooth and has two serrated points to each side. It has been attached to the shank with muka (flax fibre) cord Hardwood bone plant fibre. New Zealand Maori

Large matau-fishing hook, a composite fish hook of gigantic proportions fashioned from a native hardwood sapling. a robust length of cord (aho) is attached to the top. the small barb is fasioned from a mammal's tooth and has two serrated points to each side. It has been attached to the shank with muka (flax fibre) cord Hardwood bone plant fibre. New Zealand Maori

New Zealand | "Tenakeo"  Maori woman with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair. ca. 1904 - 1914 | Scanned postcard image; artist unknown.  From the postcard album collected by the Bowater family.

New Zealand | "Tenakeo" Maori woman with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair. ca. 1904 - 1914 | Scanned postcard image; artist unknown. From the postcard album collected by the Bowater family.

New Zealand | Portrait of Rangitupu Take (Maori chief), taken by W H T Partington.  Early 20th century

New Zealand | Portrait of Rangitupu Take (Maori chief), taken by W H T Partington. Early 20th century

11. Māori– New Zealand  The Maoris can be traced back to ancient Polynesia, but the separation has turned them into a distinctly different culture. The early Maori people hunted the great Moa birds (now extinct) and developed their own traditions, including tribal tattoos and the famous ‘Haka’ – a dance meant to intimidate their rivals.

11. Māori– New Zealand The Maoris can be traced back to ancient Polynesia, but the separation has turned them into a distinctly different culture. The early Maori people hunted the great Moa birds (now extinct) and developed their own traditions, including tribal tattoos and the famous ‘Haka’ – a dance meant to intimidate their rivals.

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