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Rangi et Papa arto in amplexu se amplectuntur

Rangi (Maoriane: Rangi) in mythologia Maoria est caelum et primus pater, cuius uxor est Papa.

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Fontes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bruce G. Biggs. 1966. "Maori Myths and Traditions." In Encyclopaedia of New Zealand, ed. A. H. McLintock, 2:447–454. 3 vol. Vellingtoniae: Government Printer.
  • George Grey. (1854) 1971. Nga Mahi a Nga Tupuna. Editio quarta. Vellingtoniae: Reed.
  • George Grey. (1956) 1976. Polynesian Mythology. Editio illustrata. Christchurch: Whitcombe and Tombs.
  • Margaret Orbell. 1998. The Concise Encyclopedia of Māori Myth and Legend. Chrustchurch: Canterbury University Press.
  • A. Smith. 1993. Songs and Stories of Taranaki from the Writings of Te Kahui Kararehe. Christchurch: MacMillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies.
  • Edward R. Tregear. 1891. Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary. Lambton Quay: Lyon et Blair.
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