Memory and monumentality in the Rarotongan landscape 2006

One way to understand how a landscape captures memories is to study places where documents
have also preserved them. The author does this to remarkable effect in the island of Rarotonga,
showing how the great roadAra Metua and its monuments and land boundaries were structured
and restructured through time to reflect what was to be remembered. Students of the pre- and
proto-histories of all continents willfnd much inspiration in the pages that follow.

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