- Publisher:Stoddart Publishing; First Canadian edition edition (1989)
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Good book about Easter Island. I read "AKU AKU' in high school and loved it. Apparently Thor was wrong about the migration but the book was good. This book " Easter Island: The Mystery Solved " brings things up to date. More information on Easter Island.
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Rapa Nui islanders survived by building strong communities around limited resources. Chile's Easter Island (Rapa Nui) is famous for its giant monumental statues, called moai, built by early inhabitants some 800 years ago. The islanders likely chose the statues' locations based on the availability of fresh water sources, according to a recent paper in PLOS One. Scholars have puzzled over the moai on Easter Island for decades, pondering their cultural significance, as well as how a Stone Age culture managed to carve and transport statues weighing as much as 92 tons.
Easter Island is home to 887 monolithic carvings, called moai statues. Lipo noted that the issue of why the monoliths had been built has always been a central mystery about the civilization which used to inhabit the island. The moai were built by the Rapa Nui, who were native to the island, somewhere. Moai at Ahu Tongariki by the Rapa Nui people, Easter Island, Eastern Polynesia, Chile. It would be logical to expect that the statues should all be placed in spots where they would be easy to see, especially to outsiders, but that’s not necessarily the case. Using them as markers of vital natural resources, however, helps explain a lot about their placement.
In their new book, The Statues that Walked: Unravelling the Mystery of Easter Island, to be published in June, Dr. .Dr Lipo, aided by anthropologist Sergio Rapu, the island's first native governor under Chilean rule, thinks he has found a way around this, with more rocking and less shuffling.
In their new book, The Statues that Walked: Unravelling the Mystery of Easter Island, to be published in June, Dr Lipo and Professor Hunt present their evidence that Polynesian colonists arrived in 1200, up to 800 years later than the conventional theory claims, and immediately modified the environment with slash-and-burn agriculture. Defenders of the old theory are not taking this lying down.
The study was supported in part by the National Science Foundation. The mystery of the Easter Island hats has been solved.
Once on top of the ramp, which was built adjacent to the statue, the hat was slowly rotated and tipped into place using wooden levers. The hat was also most likely modified before, during, and after the tipping process. The study was supported in part by the National Science Foundation. Keep this one in your pocket for a breezy anecdote at your next cocktail party.