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The marae by Tracy Rm 11

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  • 1. The Marae
  • 2. What is the Marae?
      The Marae is a sacred place where the culture can be celebrated, where the Maori language can be spoken, where inter tribal obligations can be met, where customs can be explored and debated, important ceremonies like welcoming visitors or saying goodbye and farewell to the dead.
  • 3. More about the Marae
      Family occasions such as weddings and birthdays can also be held there. The Marae is a wahi tapu, meaning a 'sacred place' which carries great cultural meanings
  • 4. Quick Answers
    • What is the name of the sacred courtyard in front of the meeting house?
    • 5. How was it made.
    • 6. What materials did they use to make the Marae.
    • Te Maraenui-Atea-o-Tumatauenga (the larger Marae of Tumatauenga, the Guardian of War).
    • 7. Local tribes gathered together to make the Marae.
    • 8. The Marae was mad from Wood from the forests.
  • 9. THE END!! Thank You For Watching

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