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A Quest for Kahikoleihonua - A Comparatively Analysis of Three Major Petroglyph Sites on the Island of Hawaii

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Title: A Quest for Kahikoleihonua - A Comparatively Analysis of Three Major Petroglyph Sites on the Island of Hawaii
Authors: Ho, J. Mikilani
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: This paper is a comparative study of the three major petroglyph sites on the island of Hawaii: Puako, Anaehoomalu, and Puuloa. The comparisons are based on the following components: typology, patterns, variations, associated relationships, techniques (where discernible), and context. The purpose of the study is to test two hypotheses. First, what regional similarities or differneces occur in petroglyph typology, and second, what would these similarities or differneces suggest toward the evolution and decline of petroglyphs in form and function within the aboriginal society.
Pages/Duration: xiv, 120 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/31885
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