Rapa Nui Journal Volume 8 Issue 4
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ItemNews and Notes( 1994-01-01)
What's New in Polynesia
What's New in Hangaroa
ItemHollywood at the Center of the World: A Review of Rapa Nui( 1994-01-01)
Hollywood at the Center of the World: A Review of Rapa Nui
A Tig Productions /Majestic Films Production Directed by Kevin Reynolds
ItemHMS Topaze on Easter Island, Hoa Hakananai 'a and Five Other Museum Sculptures in Archaeological Context (Review)( 1994-01-01)
Jo Anne Van Tilburg. 1992. HMS Topaze on Easter Island, Hoa Hakananai 'a and Five Other Museum Sculptures in Archaeological Context (with drawings of Easter Island statues by Cristian Arevalo Pakarati). Occasional Paper 73, Department of Ethnography, British Museum. 207 pp., 12 pI., 87 figs., 1 fold-out table. £12.
Review by Michel Orliac, CNRS,
ItemBradshaws: Ancient Rock Paintings of North-West Australia (Review)( 1994-01-01)
Walsh, Grahame L. 1994. Bradshaws: Ancient Rock Paintings of North-West Australia. Edition Lirnitee, PO Box 1204, 1277 Carouge, Geneva, Switzerland. US $80; Australia $120; UK £50.
Hardcover, 285 pages, exceptional quality throughout. Maps, diagrams, bibliography and 99 color plates. Each color plate has an opposing black and white rendition of the key figure(s) which are isolated to show important features that are lost in layers of superimpositions. Review by Georgia Lee
ItemRapanui: Tradition and Survival on Easter Island (Review)( 1994-01-01)
Grant McCall, Rapanui: Tradition and Survival on Easter Island, 2nd edition. University of Hawaii Press, 2840 Kolowalu Street, Honolulu, HI 96822. 1994. Paperback, 207 pages, 2 maps, several B&W photographs. ISBN 0-8248- 1641-2.
Review by William Liller Easter Island Foundation Viiia del Mar, Chile
ItemThe Silent Cannon of Takapoto( 1994-01-01)
In RNJ 8:79-80 I related Gerard Boon's story about the cannon found on the island Takapoto in the Tuamotus which could conceivably be cannon from the Africaensche Galey. The Africaensche Galey was the smallest of the three ships with which Jacob Roggeveen set out on his voyage in search of the unknown Southland. After the discovery of Easter Island I on Easter Sunday April 5, 1722 he sailed on westwards and on May 19 the Galey struck a reef to the east of Takapoto atoll where it sank.
ItemEIF News( 1994-01-01)
ItemShip's Surgeon R. Guthrie's Account of a Calling at Rapanui aboard H.M.S. Seringapatam on 6 March 1830( 1994-01-01)
The following passage was inadvertently truncated from RNJ 8(3):65, immediately following the paragraph ending: "...We got on board at Sunset, hoisted the boats, weighed the Anchor, and made Sail." The footnotes to the truncated text are in RNJ 8(3):66.