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Česky: Hinepare, žena kmene Ngāti Kahungunu. Poloportrét maorské ženy s hei-tiki kolem krku, náušnicí pounamu (pravé ucho)a náušnicí ze žraločího zubu (levé ucho) ae dvěma pery huia ve vlasech. Oblečena je v plášti lemovaném černými třásněmi. Na bradě má tetování moko.
Date circa 1890
Source Alexander Turnbull Library, URL , Reference number: G-516
Author , Lindauer, Bohumír Gottfried, 1839-1926
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