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|Series||Otago University studies in prehistoric anthropology ;, v. 12, Monograph of the New Zealand Archaeological Association ;, no. 9, Monograph (New Zealand Archaeological Association) ;, 9.|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bellwood, Peter S. Archaeological research at Lake Mangakaware, Waikato, [Dunedin, N.Z.]: University of Otago. Archaeological Research at Lake Mangakaware, Waikato, Issue 9 of Monograph (New Zealand Archaeological Association) Volume 9 of Monograph / New Zealand Archaeological Association Volume 9 of New Zealand Archaeological Association monograph Volume 12 of Otago University studies in prehistoric anthropology, N.Z.
Dunedin University of Otago. It was these wetland pā that first attracted archaeologists to the Waikato region, notably to palisaded pā at Lake Ngaroto (Shawcross, ) and Mangakaware (Bellwood, ).
The focus of pā in the Waikato archaeological landscape is strongly towards lakes and waterways (Cassells, a, Cassells, b) reflecting their value both for Cited by: 5. Lake Mangakaware is a 15 hectare peaty lake with three fortified sites on its shores (Bellwood ).At the time of the excavation three dugout canoes still lay on the bed of the lake.
Mangakaware is a peat lake managed by Waipa District Council. Murray explained that the aim of the Lake Mangakaware Care group was to return the lake and margins to a natural state and provide public access to the site.
Activities have included weed control. Archaeological Research at Lake. Mangakaware, W aikato, − Monograph 9, Archaeological Research at Lake Mangakaware, Waikato, − Monograph 9, New Zealand Archaeological. Waihou Journeys: The Archaeology of years of Maori Settlement Caroline Phillips Drawing on archaeology, Maori oral history, European accounts, this is a fascinating study of cultural change and development by Maori in a single region of New Zealand.
Archaeological Research at Lake Manga-kaware, Waikato, Dunedin: New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 9 and Otago University Studies in.
The archaeological remains of a remarkably well-preserved indigenous Maori village are unearthed and analyzed in this collection of contributions from 20 scholars who worked at the excavation site. Abandoned because of flooding, the village of Te Kohika remained untouched for years and Archaeological research at Lake Mangakaware in a peat swamp until it was discovered in The Lore of the Whare Wananga.
The Lore of the Whare-wananga, or, Teachings of the Maori College on religion, cosmogony and history written down by H.T. Whatahoro from the teachings of Te Matorohanga and Nepia Pohuhu, priests of the Whare-wananga of the East Coast, New Zealand; translated by S.
Percy Smith. Facsimile reprint, originally published in New Plymouth by the Polynesian Society. Peter Bellwood (), Archaeological Research at Lake Mangakaware, Waikato,University of Otago, Department of Anthropology.
Peter Bellwood (), Archaeology on Rarotonga and Aitutaki, Cook Islands: A Preliminary Report, University of Auckland. An early artefact assemblage from the Northern Waikato Coast, New Zealand. By | | Comments are Closed | 27 February, | 0. Note: The New Zealand Journal of Archaeology was replaced in by the Journal of Pacific Archaeology.
Promoting and fostering archaeological research in New Zealand. PO Box Dunedin New Zealand. Te Awa o te Atua estuary, which carried the combined waters of the two rivers, lay to the right of the entrance and flowed west to Matata The current road bridge is on the Kaharoa shoreline, and a short distance upstream is the junction of the Tarawera and the Awaiti Stream Canal runs inland from the Awaiti past the remains of Lake Kohika.
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The floor of a Māori whare (house) was uncovered during a archaeological excavation of a pā beside Lake Mangakaware in Waikato.
In the centre is a hearth used for heating the structure. Information derived from such historic sites can reveal much about how Māori lived before the arrival.
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Lake Mangakaware Care Group. Year Started: Contact Person: Murray Davies. E-mail address: [email protected] Group Members: Address: South of Ngahinapouri. New Zealand. Ecosystem: Freshwater wetlands. Rivers, streams and lakes. Group Documents. To return lake and margins to natural state and provide public access to the site.
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The Kainui soil, a Typic Kandiudult (Soil. Following a defeat of the Ngatihaua by the Arawa Tribe, Te Waharoa as a baby and his mother were carried off as slaves to Rotorua where they remained for 18 years.
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