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Admin01.08.2021

TA MOKO & MAORI

The Maori tattoo legend The legend of Mataora A less historical explanation of the origin of Maori tattoo can be found in the local legend which suggests that ta moko, the Maori tattoo, came from the underworld, called Uetonga.
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Admin06.07.2021

TA MOKO & MAORI

Often this tattoo-covered the entire face and was a logo of rank, social station, power, and prestige.
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Admin18.07.2021

Ta Moko: The History, Controversy & Future Of Maori Tattoos

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Admin18.07.2021

Die Bedeutung von Tā Moko, traditionelle Māori Tattoos

However, buttocks and shoulders were also tattooed.
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Admin28.06.2021

Maori Tattoo: The Definitive Guide to Ta Moko

Nowadays, some Maori people continue the tradition of wearing facial tattoos, although these are more often done using modern tattoo guns.
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Admin29.07.2021

Ta Moko Tattoo Sydney

The presence of so many different symbols and patterns with highly specific meanings means that designs comprised of these elements can tell a full story, rather than representing just one thing.
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Admin15.07.2021

Tā moko

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Admin09.07.2021

Ta Moko Tattoo Sydney

It is about who we are, and whom we come from.
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Admin15.09.2021

Ta Moko Tattoo Sydney

Maori people believe that we came from Mother Earth and one day we go back to her, as the tattoo design depicts all rivers eventually lead to the ocean.
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Admin24.09.2021

Die Bedeutung von Tā Moko, traditionelle Māori Tattoos

Since the Maori people consider the top to be the foremost sacred a part of the body, the leading popular quite Maori tattoo was the facial tattoo, which was composed of curved shapes and spiral-like patterns.
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Admin22.07.2021

150 Maori Tattoos, Meanings & History (Ultimate Guide, August 2021)

Originally Shane was educated in Ta Moko by two Master Carvers, Tom Bishop and Rawiri.
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