Tupaia

Tupaia

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Tahitian chief Tupaia accompanied British explorer James Cook to New Zealand in 1769. The Tahitian and Māori languages were very similar so Tupaia, who spoke some English, was able to act as translator to Cook. This diptych by Michel Tuffery entitled Tupaia's chart Cook and Banks/Tupaia...


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