Angas, George French, 1822-1886 :Native tombs / George French Angas [delt]; J. W. Giles [lith]. Plate 50. 1847.
Reference Number: PUBL-0014-50
Shows five different Maori tombs or mausolea:1. Mausoleum of E Tohi, the mother of Rauparaha, on the island of Mana. It is richly adorned, covered with wood, painted and decorated with feathers. The body would originally have been placed in a sitting position.2. An upright sepulchral monument at a small island pa in Tory Channel3. Another upright monument, differently painted, at Te Awaiti, Cloudy Bay. Both this and the preceding are formed out of portions of canoes.4. A carved "Tiki", or image, in an old pa near Lake Rotoaire. Beyond the image, is an elevated whata, or box, for holding the bones of a deceased child.5. A monument to three children, near Te Awaiti, Cloudy Bay.
1 image, categorised under Ethnographic images and Lithographs, related to J W Giles, Parekowhatu, Te Awaiti, Mana Island, Hei Tiki, Maori - Burial, Tombs, Mahi toi and Maori - Funeral customs and rites.
Angas, George French 1822-1886 :The New Zealanders Illustrated. London, Thomas McLean, 1847., Reference Number PUBL-0014 (35 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Tinted lithograph, hand-coloured, 440 x 310 mm.. Vertical imageSingle art work
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copies in preference to original.
Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-004868)
Usage: You can search, browse, print and download items from this website for research and personal study. You are welcome to reproduce the above image(s) on your blog or another website, but please maintain the integrity of the image (i.e. don't crop, recolour or overprint it), reproduce the image's caption information and link back to here (http://mp.natlib.govt.nz/detail/?id=9890). If you would like to use the above image(s) in a different way (e.g. in a print publication), or use the transcription or translation, permission must be obtained. More information about copyright and usage can be found on the Copyright and Usage page of the NLNZ web site.