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  • Woodcut by Gilsemans (?) from ship diary by Abel Tasman, showing both ships in the bay (A), the inhabitants of Tongatapu with presents (B and E), showing their cano (C), how they fish (D), and where the king lives (F).
  • Houtsnede in scheepsdagboek Abel Tasman, met de bewoners van Tongatapu die met geschenken aankomen


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