Polynesia Micronesia Melanesia MapNew Polynesia Micronesia Melanesia Map
There are three classic groups of the Pacific Islands
Melanesia: Extremely dark-skinned individuals with rough, sometimes blonde coats. The majority of the population speaks Papuan and some groups speaks Aboriginal language. Polynesia: Brown-skinned persons with straight, blackened coat. You' re fluent in austronean. Micronesia: They are fluent in austroneese. The Polynesians are the genetic makeup of most humans, although there is also a Melanesic blend mainly in Nauru........ uh.... where is Nauru?
Ascent of Pacific Cultures
Ancients of the Pacific cultures came in two different phases, from 38,000 BC to 1500 BC, to the Polynesia, Micronesia, Australia and Melanesia region. The Oceania region includes the tribal peoples of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Isles. Polynesia, Micronesia, Australia and Melanesia. From Southeast Asia, the peoples of these archipelagos came through two different groups: the first came to New Guinea and Australia around 38,000 BC, the second around 30,000 years later and extended to other isolated isles.
Lapita, from about 1500 B.C. to 500 B.C., are regarded as an ancestor of the contemporary civilizations of Polynesia, Micronesia and some parts of Melanesia. Lapita civilization was shaped by the second settler movement from Southeast Asia. From 1000 B.C. to 1000 A.D., there was an increase in commerce and interactions between the Pacific islands and the Asian continent and the settlement of new areas.
Despite the continuation of existing art and architecture tradition, the different areas began to diversify and capture different civilizations. moai: A monolithic sculpture of humans cut from rocks by the Rapa Nui on Easter Isle in Chilean Polynesia between 1250 and 1500. This is a concept that is used for an antique Pacific Ocean archeological civilization that is considered by many archeologists as a shared progenitor of several civilizations in Polynesia, Micronesia and some of Melanesia's coastlines.
Oceania's arts include the arts tradition of the Australian, New Zealand and Pacific Islanders. Polynesia, Micronesia, Australia and Melanesia. Ancients of the peoples of these isles came from Southeast Asia from two different groups at different time. A first Australian nation and the forebears of today's Melanesians and Australian Aborigines came to New Guinea and Australia, with the Melanesians growing as far as the North Solomon Isles around 38,000 BC.
Thirty thousand years later, the second human race came from Southeast Asia, where they arrived on other isolated Asian waters. As these early humans were lacking a system of writings and worked on perishables, there are few notes of them from this period. Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia and Australia: This map shows the four Oceania cultures, among them the landmasses of Australia, New Guinea and New Zealand as well as the various Oceaniaas.
Around 1500 BC, the offspring of the second settler movement began to grow and extend to the more distant isles. About the same period New Guinea's arts began to appear, among them the first sculptures in Oceania. The Lapita began to consolidate from around 1000 BC and to develop the modern Polish culture of Samoa, Tonga and Fiji.
Out of there they dared further out into the Pacific and populated the Marquesas and the Cook Islands to the north. From about 1500 B.C. to 500 B.C. they are regarded as an ancestor of the contemporary civilizations of Polynesia, Micronesia and some parts of Melanesia. Some of the sketches are thought to be related to contemporary Polish tattooing and bark cloths.
From 1000 B.C. to 1000 A.D., there was an increase in commerce and interactions between the Pacific islands and the Asian continent. From about 600 B.C. Oceania contains works of the Dongson civilization of Vietnam, which are known for their processing of bronzes, and their pictorial language has a great impact on the local art traditions.
During this period, new areas were populated, such as Hawaii, Easter Isle, Tahiti and New Zealand. Around 1100 A.D., the Easter Isles began to build almost 900 moyais. Around 1200 AD, the inhabitants of Pohnpei, an isolated Micronesian town, began another major project, the erection of Nan Madol, a man-made Isles town and a canal system.
Despite the continuation of existing art and architecture tradition, the different areas began to diversify and capture different civilizations. Moya in Rano Raraku, Easter Island: Around 1100 AD, the Easter Islanders began to build almost 900 mai or large rock sculptures with human-like head.