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  • Writer's pictureBrent Kerehona Pukepuke-Ahitapu

Cambridge Collections

Updated: 5 days ago

The author is grateful for the opportunity to have been permitted access to the collections at the Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology (MAA) Cambridge University, where he viewed several taonga (artefacts) and examined a kahu kuri (dog skin cloak) and a kahu toi (war cloak). The author intends to return to the MAA, where further examinations will be undertaken, and a series of historical & technical reports will be written.


This visit resulted in an article by the author, published by the MAA - see article here.


The author would like to acknowledge and thank Mark Elliott - Senior Curator, Dr Anita Herle - Emeritus Professor and former Senior Curator, Jocelyn Dudding - Manager Photographic Collections, Guey-Mei Hsu - Collections Assistant, and Aayushi Gupta - PhD student and Research Assistant MMA Digital Lab for their tautoko (assistance/support) and their wonderful manaakitanga (hospitality) during his visit.




The author would like to acknowledge and thank Mark Elliott, Dr Anita Herle, Jocelyn Dudding, Guey-Mei Hsu, and Aayushi Gupta for their tautoko (assistance/support) and their wonderful manaakitanga (hospitality) during his visit.

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