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Example Question #1 : Identifying Artists, Works, Or Schools Of Oceanian Sculpture
The large statues made from volcanic ash known as moai are found on __________.
the Hawaiian Islands
The moai of Easter Island are the small eastern Polynesian Island's most famous monuments, 887 statues with giant heads that are placed all around the island. While sharing much in common with other Polynesian sculpture, the remoteness of Easter Island and its intense tribal warfare make these symbolic monuments to ancestors larger and more stylized than other similar pieces of art.
Example Question #2 : Identifying Artists, Works, Or Schools Of Oceanian Sculpture
What were the feathered capes (or cloaks) worn by Hawaiian noble men called?
garments of the gods
The cloaks were called 'ahu'ula. These were capes made of red, yellow, and black feathers. They were worn during both ceremonies and battles.