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Discovering cultural links through pounamu and jade () Blog

Mar 7, 2014 Created in the hei tiki style found in Te Tairawhiti (East Coast) tribal region. Known as greenstone, pounamu or jade, all refer to the It has to be cut and ground with water, sand and abrasive stones like You can find an excellent overview of pounamu at Te Ara The Encyclopaedia of New Zealand.

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Maori Carvings, Musical Instruments, Jewellery, Textiles and Toys

Sep 3, 2018 Three tiki figures are carved with paua shell eyes, one male and two . 'Sharks and rays Māori and sharks', Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, . Heitiki are usually made of pounamu, greenstone, and are is smoothed by abrasive rubbing; finally, using sticks and water, it is slowly 

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Full text of "The Curious Lore Of Precious Stones" Internet Archive

The typical green stone is the emerald, youth is the age of man represented by the he te George H. Pepper, "The Exploration of a Burialroom in Pueblo Bonito, . OF PRECIOUS STONES New Zealand bore the name Jieitiki ("a carved image METHOD OF GRINDING CRYSTAL BALLS AND OTHER HARD STONF 

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Touring New Zealand 2012 Part 7 Uniquely NZ

It features had audiovideo show of Greenstone and Gold on the West Coast perhaps . Due to the abrasive nature of diamond tools, the Jade appears white as a result of . of Maori artefacts such as mere, pendants and in particular, hei tiki. . 'Pounamu – jade or greenstone', Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, 

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Discovering cultural links through pounamu and jade () Blog

Mar 7, 2014 Created in the hei tiki style found in Te Tairawhiti (East Coast) tribal region. Known as greenstone, pounamu or jade, all refer to the It has to be cut and ground with water, sand and abrasive stones like You can find an excellent overview of pounamu at Te Ara The Encyclopaedia of New Zealand.

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TE ARA ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF AOTEA. . the Tiki or carved figure is completed, all of yemen, women and children, shall set . Grinding my teeth at the pillar of the house, .. Kupe was the first man to discover pounamu (green stone), in Aotea. TE PARAWHAU. DARGAVILLE. F. HEITIKI. RUIHI. NGAPUHI. NGATI POU.

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Tangi and Taonga in a Contemporary Māori Whanau Research

Apr 4, 2010 Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, updated. 30Oct2012 http//. 158 * The pounamu hei tiki which I inherited and wear. 265. 159 * Maea, the . greenstone and carved in an abstract form of a human heru on specific and often tapu grinding stones, into a fine powder. Mixed with differing 

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Maori Carvings, Musical Instruments, Jewellery, Textiles and Toys

Sep 3, 2018 Three tiki figures are carved with paua shell eyes, one male and two . 'Sharks and rays Māori and sharks', Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, . Heitiki are usually made of pounamu, greenstone, and are is smoothed by abrasive rubbing; finally, using sticks and water, it is slowly 

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Tangi and Taonga in a Contemporary Māori Whanau Research

Apr 4, 2010 Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, updated. 30Oct2012 http//. 158 * The pounamu hei tiki which I inherited and wear. 265. 159 * Maea, the . greenstone and carved in an abstract form of a human heru on specific and often tapu grinding stones, into a fine powder. Mixed with differing 

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6. – Pounamu – jade or greenstone – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New

Jun 12, 2006 Much of the work involved the reproduction of Māori artefacts such as mere, pendants and in particular, hei tiki. A number of Māori 

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Two Maori dressed in korowai (tag cloaks), with tiki around their necks . lived in Motueka, near Nelson on the north end of the South Island, New Zealand // she is wearing a 'heitiki,' a traditional Maori pendant usually made out of pounamu (greenstone) New Zealand warrior – European ideas about Māori – Te Ara .

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E. B. Tylor, 'Encyclopaedia Britannica,' vol. ii. p. fight, kill; and ara, arai, arang, are all of them common formative terminations. of the dead are supposed to descend by this to an opening, which is said to be the entrance to 'Te Reinga. Heitiki, n. Maori name for a neck ornament made of greenstone (q.v.). 1835.

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Aug 8, 1987 Mō ngā tinana e māuiui ana tae noa ki a mātou katoa i te rā nei,. Āe,. Nāu te .. descriptive words, such as tetē, for the grinding of one's teeth; kekē, for the Museum reported the purchase of a large greenstone hei tiki, and “a bone flute of 'Patupaiarehe', Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

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The Colonial Reinvention of the Hei Tiki ResearchArchive

Jun 29, 2016 This thesis examines the reinvention of pounamu hei tiki between the 1860s and 1940s. . Chapter IV Migrants, Māori and participation in the new greenstone industry . Te Ara The Encyclopedia of New Zealand, Manatū Taonga, Ministry Figure 4 German lapidaries at work in a gemstonegrinding mill.

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māori [email protected] The University of Auckland

Hei tiki necklace, carved figure or image, usually made of greenstone and carved As outlined in Te Ara Tika Guidelines for Māori research ethics (Hudson, 2010 see from their own choice and decision, which may be abrasive for whānau who 'Urban Maori', Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand. from URL.

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Bone CarvingPastaIvoryRibbonsCarvingGrindingRanch PastaPasta Recipes Maori Deer Antler Tiki . Hei Tiki Mountain Jade New Zealand A traditional Toki greenstone pendant, carved from Raukaraka greenstone Porotiti – Māori musical instruments – taonga puoro – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

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HEITIKI or TIKI – 1966 Encyclopaedia of New Zealand – Te Ara

Apr 22, 2009 The heitiki is a small, carved ornament, usually of greenstone, worn suspended from the neck. It is often incorrectly referred to as tiki. Tikis are 

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Te Mauri Kōhatu The University of Massey 2003 Te Ipu Whakahauā

Pounamu, greenstone. .. successful technique for working Pounamu involved using an abrasive . Beattie (1994) suggested that the most utilised design was the Hei tiki also known Mateora. Horoiwi. Hinepuanganuiarangi. Tāiki. Taungakitemarangai. Hēara The Illustrated encyclopedia of Māori myth and legend.

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Hei tiki – Pounamu – jade or greenstone – Te Ara Encyclopedia of

Jun 12, 2006 This hei tiki is from Kaiapoi pā. Poutini Ngāi Tahu (Māori iwi on the South Island's west coast) supplied their relations in Kaiapoi with pounamu, 

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hei tiki VUW Research Archive Victoria University of Wellington

May 4, 1998 of 50 hei tiki from the Te Papa collection were recorded and ahoanga and her abrasive cuttingstone Whaiapu. translation], is used by Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal (20121, Te Ara website) to support the . “some of the Classic Maori ornament forms typically rendered in greenstone which have.

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hei tiki ResearchArchive Victoria University of Wellington

May 4, 1998 of 50 hei tiki from the Te Papa collection were recorded and enabled shape, style, results indicate that hei tiki continued to be used primarily by Māori. ahoanga and her abrasive cuttingstone Whaiapu. translation], is used by Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal (20121, Te Ara website) to support the.

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Touring New Zealand 2012 Part 7 Uniquely NZ

It features had audiovideo show of Greenstone and Gold on the West Coast perhaps . Due to the abrasive nature of diamond tools, the Jade appears white as a result of . of Maori artefacts such as mere, pendants and in particular, hei tiki. . 'Pounamu – jade or greenstone', Te Ara the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, 

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