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Club Marquise - Galerie Laurent Dodier - Art Tribal

Club Marquise - Galerie Laurent Dodier - Art Tribal

Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving…

Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving…

New Guinea stone club heads, markers and tools. Ex-John Friede, Ex-Marc Assayag Tookalook Tribal Art Gallery.

New Guinea stone club heads, markers and tools Knolling. Ex-John Friede, Ex-Marc Assayag Tookalook Tribal Art Gallery.

weapons - HAND MADE WEAPONS OF THE ANCIENT POLYNESIANS FROM HAWAII, THE MARQUESAS, NEW ZEALAND, SAMOA, FIJI

Hawaiian War Club with Shark's Teeth Edge Short spears and stone clubs made up the bulk of Hawaiian close melee weapons. Short spears were not larger at the base like the longer pikes. Stone clubs were in fact stone maces, similar to European designs.

Fiji | Club (Vunikau Vulibuli Vonotabua or Dromu Vonotabua) | Wood, whale ivory | Early 19th century

Club (Vunikau Vulibuli Vonotabua or Dromu Vonotabua)

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