Roa before sailing on to Coronel and the Falklands. 23 The first Christian missionary, Eugène Eyraud, arrived in January 1864 and spent most of that year on the island; but mass conversion of the Rapa Nui only came after his return in 1866 with Father Hippolyte Roussel. Doi :.1007/s.
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Evidence for Multiple Reanalysis and Replacement in Rapanui Settlement Traditions, Easter Island. Instead vital resources were steadily consumed until finally none were left. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Is also hosted by the Department of Anthropology of the University of Hawaii. 4, they are believed to have been. NEW Check my paper, citing and more! 10 South American links edit See also: Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact Possible Polynesian trans-oceanic contact The Norwegian botanist and explorer Thor Heyerdahl (and many others) has documented that cultural similarities exist between Easter Island and South American Indian cultures. Within these habitats, two holotypes and paratypes, Antennarius randalli and Antennarius moai, were discovered. John Flenley, Paul.