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Figure 103.—Triple triangle lashing; double loop technique. From oblique crossings, turns change to alternate lower and upper loops crossing in front. a, right: from position 8 in figure 102 d, braid (9), keeping below upper oblique turns on right side of foot, passes to front where it turns obliquely upward on left below upper oblique turns, crosses back (9) of shaft, and descends vertically (10) on left of previous vertical turn, b, front: first lower loop (9, 9) in which turn 9, instead of c… Figure 265.—Polynesian cloth beaters (ike, i'e): a, Atiu, Cook Islands; b, Mangaia, Cook Islands, finishing beater; c, Tahiti; d, Marquesas; e, Austral Islands, general form; f, Tubuai, Austral Islands, crossed pattern; g, Rapa, crossed pattern; h, Hawaii, general form; i, Hawaii, zigzag pattern; j, Mangareva, showing wide smooth surface (1) and narrow grooved surface (2); k, Easter Island; l, New Zealand; m, Tonga Plate 15 — Austral Islands Headdresses: A, Tubuai (British Mus.); B, Tubuai (Perth Mus., Scotland, 900); C, Rurutu (British Mus., +2011); D, Raivavae (Peabody Mus., Cambridge, 53617)


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