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Very Good. Book 240 x 190 mm. 175 pages. Illustrations maps. Covers partly faded. What can our Archaeologists tell us about our past? What clues are they discovering in the New Zealand landscape? From the Beginning: The Archaeology of the Maori answers some of these questions, describing indetail the latest archaeological findings about the origins, physical type, technology, economy, warfare and art of the Maori. Maori scholar Tipene O'Regan addresses the important question "who owns the past? " and explains why ancestry and the land is so important to Maori people. Published in association with the Historic Places Trust, this extensively illustrated book marks a milestone in New Zealand archaeology. It will prompt many New Zealanders to take a fresh look at the physical signs of the past around them.
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