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Esi Maka Faakinga

Esi Maka Faakinga photo
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Esi Maka Faakinga (stone to lean against), served as the king's throne about 700 years ago. It is said that the stone use to protect the king from attacks by sitting with his back to the stone. He then only had to protect himself from attacks on the front side and for this he used a stick. This stone is in the same area as the more famous Trillithon (Ha'amonga 'a Maui).


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Author & photographer: David Johnson (Virtual Oceania)

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