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But they were an ancient tribe, or people, for Miss Henry tells me that the Tahitian expression Ari'i o te tau Manahune refers to the time when kings were born to the plebeians of Tahiti, begotten of the gods, and not wearing the chiefly maro-ura, or scarlet girdle, the insignia of the ruling chiefs of Tahiti.
In a Paumotu genealogy in my possession, I find one of their chiefs named Tangaroa-Manahune, who lived many generations ago; and it is known that there was a tribe in old times in Mangaia named Manaune. We shall find later on a reference to them in Rarotonga history, where they are again referred to as little people.
The word manahune, both in Maori and Rarotonga, means a scab, or mark on the body. None of the accounts I have seen infer that these people ever differed in colour from the brown Polynesian.
The Patu-pai-arehe or Turehu of the Maori, on the contrary, are distinctly stated to be white or light-coloured, and had the Manahune been of that colour, or black, the fact would probably have been mentioned. It may be that the origin of the name is due to the people who bore it being marked with cicatrices manahune. Fornander seemed to be of the opinion that this was a racial name applied by the Polynesians to themselves in ancient times, and derived from one of their remote ancestors named Kalani-Menehune; but from page Maori and Rarotonga accounts, they appear rather to have been an alien race.
In fact, the traditions no doubt point to the Papuan or Melanesian race, who, it is well known, mark their flesh in gashes as an ornament, instead of tattoo, as with the Polynesians. There seems to be two possible or probable theories to account for the Manahune.
Either they were the first migration into the Pacific, or they were one of the races the Polynesians came into contact with in Indonesia, or further to the west, and some of whom they brought with them in their migrations as slaves.
In this latter case, the stories of their having inhabited Hawaii and Hawaiki are Indonesian events localised in process of time in the Pacific homes of the Polynesians.
The latter theory is probably the more consonant with what is known of the Manahune. It would be quite in keeping with what we know of Polynesian customs, that on conquering the Papuans they came in contact with, they would enslave them, and carry them with them in their voyages to form part of their crews.
Large numbers of the women would be enslaved and taken as wives, and hence the Papuan element in so many Polynesians of the present day. But this element was doubtless much increased during the lengthy sojourn of the Polynesians in the Fiji group. All history, tradition, and observation go to prove that Indonesia was occupied by this Negritto race from the very earliest times, and the Polynesians must have had page constant communication with them, making war on them, ousting them from the lands, and enslaving them.
He is said by Rarotonga history to have been the son of Tangaroa, by the wife of Ataranga Maori, Taranga , named Vaine-uenga. Part 2: So many things could be said about that last part of the story in particular.
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There is an open-air restaurant and bar next to the ballet box office that looks out to the temple ruins. We recommend taking some time to relax and a meal or drink before finding your seat in the amphitheater. Intermission: There is an intermission thank goodness and the sooner you race to the concession stands or bathrooms, the better. It kind of turns into a free-for-all. Such shops, operated by the Indonesian government, can be found all over Indonesia.
Pegadaian shops essentially serve as pawn shops, but more on that a little later. These shops will test and weigh any items of precious metal you bring to them. They will also issue a fully executed certificate. These shops are easy to spot, as they all use a green colored logo on their signs of a weight scale and the predominant name, Pegadaian. As a tourist, it is always best to go there with your Balinese driver or guide as English is rarely spoken by the folks running these shops. Also they are also not easy to find, usually being located off from the main shopping streets.
For modern jewelry, the very best pieces are always made on a commissioned basis. Most independent gold and silversmiths simply cannot afford to hoard bullion gold or silver while waiting for projects.
If you are serious about having some work done here in Bali, especially in 22 k gold, then bring your own bullion gold coins or bars. Bullion coins, like the American gold eagle are best as a specific license is required to import gold and silver bullion into Indonesia. Also, bullion prices throughout Indonesia carry a hefty premium over current world market spot prices.
Indonesia is not a large supplier of precious stones. One exception would be Kalimantan which is known for their specific but not high grade diamonds. If asked at customs about them, you can always call them colored crystals as a gift for a high priest. The main concern customs would have is if you are bringing in a large quantity of precious stones for likely re-sale here.