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Synchronisation film Lucas in Raffaello Nui Hotu Matu'aKing Hotu Matu'a was the one who populated Rapa Nui a thousand years ago. In 1770 he went to the isle. The first one ever to have lived with the Rapa Nui was Eugenio EyraudEugenio for 9 month in 1884. Jakob RoggeveenThe first Europeans to enter Rapa Nui.

In 1774 James CookJames Cook from England headed the third ever exposure to the British Isles. Tor HeyerdahlThis adventurous scientist from Norway came to visit Rapa Nui in 1955 and 1986. Robert-Nancy WeberAmerican Linguistics who have written a full Oretography for the Japanese Rape Nui. Don Felipe González was responsible for the San Lorenzo vessel and the Santa Rosalia fregate, while they came to Rapid Nui in 1770.

It was the second year that the archipelago had Europeans visiting. In the name of the His Majesty San Carlos, the His Majesty, he conquered the Isle. The name of the Isla de San Carlos is written on several old cards. Capt. Edward Davis (or David) was an British privateer or cracker who may have been the first to spot Rapa Nui.

In 1687 its crews discovered the bay from the Bachelor's Délight boat, although it never landed on the isle. Capt. Davis and his storyteller Lionel Wafer reported a lossy and slippery isle. There is almost no beach on Rafa Nui, but in summers the islands look like beach from afar.

First and second seafarers from Europe who disembarked at Rapid Nui (Jacob Roggeveen and Don Felipe González) both used Edward Davis' instructions to find Rapid Nui, which can be found in their ship's protocols. Both called the islands David's/Davis's Land or Iceland of David/Davis. He was the first alien to have lived with Rafa Nui.

Arriving in Buenos Aires in 1848, he found out that there was no such work and he had to work as a waitress in a motel to make a livelihood until he could go to Chile. Then he made a wholehearted decision to help these unhappy islander.

It was given the privilege of interrupting the year of the novitiate and of checking the actual state of the island's inhabitants over time. a long note about what happened in Rapa Nui. Because of his tough experiences during his first 9 months on the Isle, his poor physical condition could not heal. Dead on August 19, 1868 from TB, he was lucky to know that every inhabitant of the islands had been called.

Legend has it that there is a mess in their native Hiva Islands. Haumaka, the high prior of Hotu Matu'a, has in his drowsiness a dream of an unspoiled country and Hotu Matu'a decides to move there with his population. On arrival in Rapa Nui, the kings disembark at Anakena, which is why this cove is also known as Ha?a Rau O Te'Ariki - The King's bay.

Capt. James Cook was responsible for the third trip to Europe that was made by Rapa Nui. In 1774 they came with two ships: Resolution and Adventure. More about the trip to Napoleon's in 1774 can be found in James Cook's diary. Creation of an orthographic standards for typing the Rafa Nuiese.

Creation of a series of six textbooks for the study of Rafa Nui. Translation of the Bible into the tongue of Rafa Nui. Following the translation of Lucas' Protestant writings, Robert and Nancy Weber had the concept of synchronizing the film Lucas in Rapid Nui, as this 70s classical follows Lucas' Protestant writings very precisely - almost vers for vers.

Aim was to revive the Spanish Rape Nui. Proving that the target country is actually sufficiently comprehensive to carry out such a venture should encourage Rafa Nui's team to perfection. There are also religious grounds - to let Rafa Nui let a person listen to Bible teachings in their own tongue.

Surrounding Jesus in the film Lucas. Aware of the cost of synchronisation in Rapa Nui, the Terrells worked on a voluntary basis without pay. The film Lucas is dubbed by Robert and Nancy Weber in Rapa Nui, with a full 4 hour and 20 mins. Heyerdahl. Thor Heyerdahl. Aku-Aku, he has written a novel about his first Rapa Nui exploration, which attracted a large group.

With this he put the isle on the topographic maps, since the isle was still quite uncharted at that age. In 1956 Thor Heyerdahl was the one who began the restoration of the deceased sculptures of Ahu Ature Huke in Anakena. He undertook several explorations to Polish isles.

In Rapa Nui the term for yam is cumara - exactly the same as in quekhua - the mother tongue of Peru, which was used in the Inca empire. A further connection are poultry bone found in Rapa Nui, whose DNA corresponds exactly to the bone of a hen in the south of Chile, which places lightly coloured egg.

Presenting pictures of Inca painting to Rapida Nui's audience, he asked if they had seen anything like it. Since Thor Heyerdahl would give anything to get such a sculpture, some Rafa Nui men claimed they had seen something similar. Then Thor Heyerdahl would present these sculptures as reasons for his theories.

The language, habits and traditions of Rapa Nui and all other Polynesians can trace back to Southeast Asia. Heyerdahl was admired by the inhabitants of the island for his good habits and by scholars for his bravery and historic significance, but he was mistaken in his hypothesis that Polynesia was populated from Latin America.

More than anything else, the presence of yams and chilen chickens' bone from Polynesia testifies to the unbelievable navigational abilities of the old Polynese population. Mulloy was an archaeologist who had a great love for the restoration of Rapa Nui's archeological sites.

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