There are a diverse collection of objects that represent the
culture and history of the Maori people of New Zealand. These artefacts vary in
type, style, and function, and include the following:
Weapons: Maori weapons were traditionally made from wood,
bone, and stone, and included clubs, spears, and weapons with serrated edges,
such as the patu and mere.
Carvings: Maori carvings are highly symbolic and often
depict stories and legends from Maori mythology. These carvings can be found on
buildings, canoes, and other objects, and are often intricately detailed.
Jewellery: Maori jewellery often features intricate designs
and is made from materials such as bone, stone, and shell. Pendants, earrings,
and bracelets are all common forms of Maori jewellery.
Taonga puoro (musical instruments): These are traditional
Maori musical instruments, such as the p?t?tara (conch shell trumpet) and the
k?auau (flute). Maori music is an important more...
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