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Figures from J.S.Gardiner
Plate XXV

Edwin Wilson, Cambridge.Luh.

Figure 1.-- Pearl shell breastplate, or tiaf papa

Figs. 2, 3, 4 , 5.--Whale's-tooth beads, or lei

Figure 6.-- Whale's-tooth charm

Figure 7.-- Muleli

Figure 1

Typical tatoo marking of the drawers, or fuol

Figure 2

Tatoo markings on the shoulders, the sas

On the left shoulder is seen the perero

Figure 3

Tatoo mark of the women, or suum

Figure 4

Diagram to illustrate the commencement of a mat, showing the several strands marked by lines, dots, dashes, &c.

Figure 5

1. Ground plan of house
2. Transverse section through house

3. Corner of the central structure from inside.
4. Roof from inside.

Figure 6

Fig.1.--Side view of the tafaga, showing planks let in at the side, also bow and stern

Fig.2.--Section of the tafaga through one of the supporting beams of the sama, or outrigger.

Fig. 3.--Side view of the sama to show method of fixing.

Fig. 4.--Top view of the tavane. The thin lines at the side show the bulge of the canoe.

Fig. 5.--Longitudinal section through the oie, or drum.

Fig. 6.--Transverse section of the oie.


Fig.1.--Largest stone axe, seen slightly from the side.

Fig.1A.--Transverse section of same.

Fig. 2.--Intermediate shaped stone axe to Fig. 3.

Figs. 4 and 5.--Side views of two shell axes.

Fig. 6.--Top view of thinnest shell axe.

Figs. 7,8 and 9.--Implements for scraping clean the leaves for mats. Figs. 7 and 8 are of shell, and Fig. 9 of stone.

Fig. 10.--Side view of the voironu, a stone axe peculiar to the mua.

Figure 7

Rahou's Grave

(The flat stone in the centre shows the depression, into which the kava is poured.)

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