Moko; or Maori Tattooing
The Head at the Archælogical Museum, Rome,
was drawn in 1900, and copy placed as
frontispiece in MOKO, then presented to
King Humbert— Queen Margharita accepted
a volume for her Library as the decoration
of Maori women was shown therein—
[Note added by NZETC as annotator:]
Description: A watercolour painting of a mokomokai by Robley.
This image is not available for public viewing as it depicts either mokamokai (preserved heads) or human remains. The reasons for non-display are detailed in the policy regarding display of images of mokamokai. If you would like to comment on this decision you can contact NZETC.