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Reconstruction of the face of a Lapita woman. National Museum of Ethnology (Japan)
Reconstruction of the face of a Lapita woman. National Museum of Ethnology (Japan)
Lapita pottery from Vanuatu, Museum in Port Vila.
Lapita pottery from Vanuatu, Museum in Port Vila.
Prehistoric pottery vessels, including some with Lapita designs, from the island of Taumako
Prehistoric pottery vessels, including some with Lapita designs, from the island of Taumako
Jack Golson excavation site in Vailele with a visit from a Samoan family, 1957 See also: Archaeology in Samoa
Jack Golson excavation site in Vailele with a visit from a Samoan family, 1957 See also: Archaeology in Samoa
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Tropical dry forest on Saipan
Tropical dry forest on Saipan
Ruins of Guma Taga on Tinian. The pillars/columns are called latte (pronounced læ'di) stones, a common architectural element of prehistoric structures
Ruins of Guma Taga on Tinian. The pillars/columns are called latte (pronounced læ'di) stones, a common architectural element of prehistoric structures in the Mariana Islands, upon which elevated buildings were built. Earthquakes had toppled the other latte at this site by the time this photo was taken; an earthquake in 1902 toppled the one seen on the left, and today only the one on the right remains standing.
Reception of the Manila Galleon by the Chamorro in the Ladrones Islands, c. 1590 Boxer Codex
Reception of the Manila Galleon by the Chamorro in the Ladrones Islands, c. 1590 Boxer Codex
A stamp from the Marianas' late Spanish colonial period, 1898–1899
A stamp from the Marianas' late Spanish colonial period, 1898–1899