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Moa-hunter period of Maori culture

Roger Duff

Moa-hunter period of Maori culture

by Roger Duff

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Published by Dept. of Internal Affairs in Wellington [N.Z.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moas.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Antiquities,
  • New Zealand -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith a foreword by H.D. Skinner.
    SeriesCanterbury Museum bulletin -- no. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN975 N45 D8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination405p.
    Number of Pages405
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16158969M

    The Takiroa Historic Area contains historic places which can be considered as part of chain of moa-hunter period sites recorded in the Waitaki Valley stretching from Korotuaheka at the river mouth, to the rock art sites at Kokoamo and Maerewhenua, to Otakaroa, to the sites at the junction of the Upper Waitaki with Shepherd's Creek and the. Māori culture is the culture of the Māori of New Zealand (an Eastern Polynesian people) and forms a distinctive part of New Zealand have been three distinct but overlapping cultural eras—before widespread European contact, the s in which Māori began interacting with European visitors and settlers, and the modern era since the beginning of the 20th century.

    New Zealand - New Zealand - Cultural life: New Zealand’s cultural influences are predominantly European and Maori. Immigrant groups have generally tended to assimilate into the European lifestyle, although traditional customs are still followed by many Tongans, Samoans, and other Pacific peoples. Maori culture suffered greatly in the years of colonization and into the 20th century, and many. The book prompted much discussion (heated debate!) The moa-hunter period of Maori culture. Canterbury Museum bulletin; no. 1. Duff. A. Once Were Warriors. Tandem Press.

    As with every culture today, the M āori people have developed specific gender roles that are considered socially normal and are practiced in the culture day to day. Although the Maori share the factor that gender roles play in society, the types of socially acceptable behaviour is . Study of the layers of archaeological deposits and sub-surface structures show that the early M ā ori settlers had an extraordinarily varied diet. The kitchen middens found on the Wairau Bar contained the remains of seals, birds (including moa, giant eagle and large swan), fish, kuri (Polynesian dogs), tuatara, and kiore (Polynesian rats).


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The Moa-Hunter Period of Maori Culture. Genre/Form: Book Published in New Zealand: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Duff, Roger. Moa-Hunter period of Māori culture. Wellington: Govt. Printer, The Moa-hunter period of Maori culture. Wellington, New Zealand: R.E. Owen, Government Printer.

MLA Citation. Duff, Roger. The Moa-hunter period of Maori culture / by Roger Duff: with a foreword by H.D. Skinner: and a brief review of recent research by Michael M.

Trotter R.E. Owen, Government Printer Wellington, New Zealand The Moa-Hunter period of Maori culture. Wellington: Dept. of Internal Affairs. MLA Citation. Duff, Roger. and Skinner, H. The Moa-Hunter period of Maori culture / by Roger Duff ; with a foreword by H. Skinner Dept. of Internal Affairs Wellington Australian/Harvard Citation.

Duff, Roger. The Moa-Hunter Period of Maori Culture. Duff, Roger. Historical Branch, DIA. The Moa-Hunter Period of Maori Culture. Duff, Roger. Govt Print. Maori Rock Art. Dunn, Michael. Reed. Face Value. Dunn, Michael (et al) Dunedin Public Art Gallery. A Whakapapa of Tradition Years of Ngati Porou Carving Ellis, Ngarino.

Stone adzes were common in the tool kits and burial caches of ancient Polynesians. Though they appear in many forms this paper deals with the late stage of manufacture of Type 1 rectangular cross section adzes of the Moa-hunter period (1, I was much struck by the fact, as recorded by Dr.

Roger Duff in his Moa-Hunter Period of Maori Culture, that a number of archaic relics of the same type as relics found in the moa-hunter sites on the north-east coast of the South Island and the adjacent Cook Strait area have been found on the north-east coast of the North Island between the.

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$60 The Moa-Hunter of Maori Culture. The late period: ADClassic Maori, Traditional troubles, In peaceful years. Archaeological and anthropological study of pre-historic Maori ('Moa-hunters') in the south of the South Island. Illustrated with photographs and diagrams.

Click on the article title to read more. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Duff, Roger. Moa-hunter period of Maori culture. Wellington [N.Z.] R.E. Owen, Govt. printer, (OCoLC) Maori material culture has evolved over two main periods of Polynesian settlement. The first is known as the Archaic or Moa Hunter period during which the Polynesians made their first contact with the moa, a large struthious bird which supplied them with abundant.

Abstract. This chapter describes the history of the arrival and occupation of the Maori tribes that settled in the Pureora area; their original use of the forest for food resources; some of the most significant kainga (villages); the impacts on them of the European introductions of pigs and potatoes, and the famous feast of at Pukawa which marked the beginning of the King Movement.

‘The site has played a crucial role in developing ideas about the origins of Maori culture and the relationship between moa hunters and classical Maori.’ ‘To better define the critical period of moa hunting, the research was aimed at "book-ending" the moa hunter period with new estimates for when people started eating moa, and when there.

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University of Canterbury, Wairau Bar Moa Hunter. Dunedin, NZ: River Press. ISBN Duff, Roger (). The Moa-Hunter Period of Maori Culture. Canterbury Museum Bulletin No. 1, Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington. Coordinates. This page was last edited on 28 September.

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