Kōrero: Kai Māori

Ngā tohu tawhito o tētahi māra nō te rautau 1400

Ngā tohu tawhito o tētahi māra nō te rautau 1400

He one puia, one haumako ngā whenua huri noa i te rohe o Tāmaki-makaurau. I te rautau 1400, e takoto noa ana te mahi a te māra huri noa i te takiwā. Kei Ōtuataua (e tūtata ana ki te taunga rererangi o Tāmaki-makaurau) ngā putunga kōhatu. Tērā te wā he paenga maru ēnei kōhatu, kotahi mita pea te teitei. Ko ēnei ngā paenga hei kārawarawa i ngā māra a tēnā whānau, a tēnā hapū. Nō te pokapū o te rautau 1800 ka hangaia te pakitara (kei te taha mauī) e ngā kaiahuwhenua Pākehā.

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Photograph by Ian Lawlor

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Te tuhi tohutoro mō tēnei whārangi:

Charles Royal and Jenny Kaka-Scott, 'Kai Māori - Te whakatipu me te kohi kai i mua', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/photograph/40247/remains-of-15th-century-gardens (accessed 20 October 2021)

He kōrero nā Charles Royal and Jenny Kaka-Scott, i tāngia i te 5 Sep 2013