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Shows carvings on the wall of a cave at Rapanui beach, north of Tongaporutu.
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PHO2011-0918

Shows carvings on the wall of a cave at Rapanui beach, north of Tongaporutu.
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PHO2011-0917

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Shows a coastal cave at Rapanui beach, north of Tongaporutu. There are carvings on the inner wall of the cave.
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PHO2011-0916

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Image shows a large punga made from stone. The punga has a single hole and a naturally smooth surface.
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PHO2011-0911

Taken during excavations at Kaupokonui beach site. Image shows an excavated pit. Scale provided by two measuring rods. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2011-0799

Image shows collection of bones which were excavated from midden at the Kaupokonui beach site. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2011-0798

Shows Ron Scarlett from Canterbury Museum, in the Taranaki Museum, working on a half assembled moa skeleton.
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PHO2011-0680

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Shows a man standing on a pā site at Urenui. He is holding a tape measure and writing in a notebook. There is a cabbage tree on the left side of the image.
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PHO2011-0678

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Opua moa hunter site, Opunake. Shows a large grass covered area of land. There is a man kneeling down inspecting the area. NZAA site number P20/105.
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PHO2011-0671

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Opua moa hunter site, Opunake. Shows a large grass covered area in the foreground and a flax covered cliff separate from the mainland. The stream running between the two cliffs is Okaweu. The ocean is visible in distance. NZAA site number P20/105.
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PHO2011-0670

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Shows Maniroa pā at Mōkau. The Tainui anchor stone is mounted on a plinth inside the concrete fence. The site is recorded as an urupā and is located near the Awakino rivermouth, Awakino. Image was taken from roadside.
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PHO2011-0647

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Image of the stone pounder which was discovered by the English artist William Strutt in 1856. Pounder is carved into a figure. It is perched upright against an orange block. The pounder is housed at the British Museum, London.
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PHO2011-0619

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Image of the stone pounder which was discovered by the English artist William Strutt in 1856. Pounder is lying on one side next to a ruler for scale. In the foreground is a sheet of paper with a description and detailed sketch of the pounder. The pounder is housed at the British Museum, London.
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PHO2011-0618

Shows stone Hine o Tanga on display at the old Taranaki Museum.
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PHO2011-0617

Shows waka ika on display at the old Taranaki museum.
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PHO2011-0611

Shows two stone rongo on display at the old Taranaki Museum.
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PHO2011-0610

Taranaki Museum display of Taranaki stone work. The display shows a collection of patu aruhe on the left, Hine o Tanga in the centre, two stone rongo and three rama on the right side. There are information labels mounted to the wall.
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PHO2011-0609

The Taranaki Museum model of the excavated midden at Ōhawe beach. Image shows midden complete with moa bones, which were excavated from the site. There is a painting of Ōhawe beach mounted to the wall.
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PHO2011-0608

Complete moa skeleton on display at the Taranaki Museum. Image shows side view of moa. There is an information label placed in front. Behind the moa is a museum display case and an anchor stone (punga) on display. There is a wall of paintings on display in the background.
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PHO2011-0607

Māori wood carving display at the Taranaki Museum. Shows pare and pataka house panel which were both found in Waitara. Both carvings are mounted to the wall. There is also a map detailing where the carvings were found.
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PHO2011-0606

The display case for Poutama Whiria adze at the old Taranaki Museum. Shows the adze displayed upright against the side of the display case. Above the adze is an information label mounted to the side of the display case.
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PHO2011-0605

Shows a single rua kumara on side of a bank at Onukukaitara pā. Site is located on south side of railway line near the top of Big Jim's hill, Waitara. NZAA site number Q19/120.
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PHO2011-0517

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Shows a man standing on Maniroa pā site. He is wearing a grey suit and hat. Behind him is the anchor stone of Tainui waka. Site is recorded as an urupā. The view looks out to sea. Site is located near the Awakino rivermouth, Awakino.
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PHO2011-0511

Image shows a grove of cabbage trees on farmland in Pungarehu. The cabbage trees are surrounded by rolling farmland. Image was taken from the pā site on Bayly road where petroglyphs were found.
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PHO2011-0504

Image shows two spiral shaped petroglyphs carved into a large rock. Situated on Ruatupupaku pā, near Bayly Road, Pungarehu. NZAA site number P20/31.
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PHO2011-0500
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