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Kakae

Kakae was a son of Chief Kaulahea I of Maui and his sister-wife, High Chiefess Kapohanaupuni of Hilo. His brother was Kakaalaneo. He and his brother appear to have jointly ruled over the islands of Maui and Lanai. His wifes name was Kapohauola, a ...

                                               

Kalanikaumakaowākea

Kalanikaumakaowākea was an Alii nui of the island of Maui in ancient Hawaii. He was named after the god called Wākea, who is the Sky father in Hawaiian religion and mythology.

                                               

Kamalalawalu

Kamalalawalu was an Alii nui of Maui in ancient Hawaii, known to us today from the old chants. He was the son and successor of the chief kiha-a-Piilani and Queen Kumaka and grandson Piilani and the Queens nephew Piikea. Kamalalawalu married a wom ...

                                               

Kauhiakama

Kauhiakama was a king of the island of Maui in ancient Hawaii. He was the son of king Kamalalawalu and his wife, Queen Piilaniwahine I. Kauhiakama married Kapukini who came from Līloa. Their child was the king Kalanikaumakaowākea. Kauhiakama made ...

                                               

Kaulahea I

Kaulahea I was a Chief in ancient Hawaii, who ruled as the 10th known King of Maui, the sovereign High Chief of the Hawaiian island of Maui. He is known from the ancient legends and chants.

                                               

Kawaokaohele

Kawaokaohele was a son of King Kahekili I and Haukanuimakamaka, who was a High Chiefess and is also known as Hauanuihonialawahine. She was born on Kauai, but married Kahekili on Maui. Kawaokaohele married Kepalaoa, whose genealogy could not remem ...

                                               

Kiha-a-Piilani

Kiha-a-Piilani was an Alii nui of Maui. He was born ca. 1626. Ki Ha was the son of chief Piilani of Maui, built the great temple, the temple. Kihas mother was named La ieloheloheikawai. Shortly after Piilani died, Kihas brother lono-a-Piilani suc ...

                                               

Loe of Maui

Loe was a High Chief in ancient Hawaii and he ruled as the 9th known King of Maui. He was the sovereign king or chief of the island of Maui, mentioned in old chants, and ancestor of Kalahumoku II.

                                               

Lono-a-Piilani

Lono was a son of the King Piilani and grandson of Kawaokaohele. He was a brother, kiha-a-Piilani and Piikea and uncle of the chief Kumalae, the ruler of Hilo. Shortly after Piilani died, the bosom of his successor. When kiha had to flee from Mau ...

                                               

Piilani

Piilani ruled as the 15th Mōī of the island of Maui in the later part of the 16th century. At the time Maui was an independent kingdom within the islands of Hawaii. He was the first Aliya to reunite the island in a single line. His reign was peac ...

                                               

Cap de Cavalleria Ecomuseum

The Cap de Cavalleria Ecomuseum is an institution which is located on the northernmost coast of Menorca, in the proximity of Cavalleria Cape and the port of Sanitja. The Ecomuseum was created in 1997 by the non-profit association" San Nitja. Gest ...

                                               

Cheiracanthium occidentale

                                               

Politics of Montserrat

Politics of Montserrat takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic dependency, whereby the Premier is the head of government, and of a multi-party system. Montserrat is an internally self-governing overseas territory o ...

                                               

FC Saint Johns

                                               

Bar Harbor (CDP), Maine

Bar Harbor is a census-designated place in the town of Bar Harbor in Hancock County, Maine, United States. The CDP population was 2.552 at the 2010 census, out of a population of 5.235 in the town of Bar Harbor as a whole.

                                               

Ardmeanach

Ardmeanach in modern times refers to a peninsula on the Isle of Mull. It is the middle one out of three westward-facing peninsulas on the island, and the name in Gaelic means "Middle Headland" or "Middle Height". It is about 20 km long and 6 km w ...

                                               

Carsaig Bay

Carsaig Bay is a cove on the Ross of Mull in the south of the Isle of Mull, on the west coast of Scotland. It is situated 5 kilometres eastward of Rudha Fhaoilean, and 7 kilometres south of Pennyghael along a "narrow unclassified road". The bay i ...

                                               

Uisken

Uisken is a settlement on a sandy bay on the Ross of Mull in the south of the Isle of Mull, on the west coast of Scotland. The settlement is within the parish of Kilfinichen and Kilvickeon. Originally a series of small settlements before the exam ...

                                               

Achleck

                                               

Calgary, Mull

Calgary is a hamlet on the northwest coast of the Isle of Mull, in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, United Kingdom. The hamlet is within the parish of Kilninian and Kilmore. It was the origin of the name of Fort Calgary in Canada, which became the city ...

                                               

Fionnphort

Fionnphort is the principal port of the Ross of Mull, and the second largest settlement in the area. The villages name is the anglicised pronunciation of the Gaelic for "White Port" and previous names have included Caol Idhe, Gaelic for "Sound of ...

                                               

Pennyghael

Pennyghael is a small village in the Ross of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is located along the A849 road aligned along the coast line of Ross, on Loch Scridain in southwestern Mull, along the road to Bunessan. The Leidle River passes to th ...

                                               

Maria Mitchell Aquarium

The Maria Mitchell Association Aquarium, also known as the Nantucket Aquarium, is a small, local, seasonal aquarium in Nantucket, Massachusetts. It serves as the islands only marine science center and resource. The Aquarium is one of the many res ...

                                               

Maria Mitchell Observatory

The Maria Mitchell Observatory in Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA, was founded in 1908 and named in honor of Maria Mitchell, the first American woman astronomer. It is a major component of the Maria Mitchell Association. The Observatory actually co ...

                                               

Muskeget Island Airport

Muskeget Island Airport is a small airport located on Muskeget Island in the town of Nantucket. It is unclear why Muskeget is listed as an airport, as clearly there is no airport located anywhere on the island. The only known occurrence of an air ...

                                               

Nantucket High School

Nantucket High School is a public high school in Nantucket, Massachusetts. It is also the only high school on the island of Nantucket. The school serves students in grades 9–12, and has an approximate enrollment of 400 students. The school colors ...

                                               

Nantucket Life-Saving Museum

The Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum of Nantucket, Massachusetts is a small, seasonal, non-profit museum dedicated to the history of shipwrecks off the Nantucket coast and in Nantucket Sound.

                                               

Nantucket Memorial Airport

Nantucket Memorial Airport is a public airport on the south side of the island of Nantucket, Massachusetts. The airport is owned by the Town of Nantucket and is located three miles southeast of the town center. It is the second-busiest airport in ...

                                               

Alii of Koolau

The Alii of Koolau were the rulers of Koolau Range on the island of Oahu, in ancient Hawaii. Ancient Hawaiians believed that the Chiefs of Koolau were the descendants of the god named Wākea. Chiefs could have different noble ranks, those who were ...

                                               

Elepuukahonua

Elepuukahonua was a High Chief of the island of Oahu in ancient Hawaii. He ruled over Oahu in ancient times and is mentioned in chants and legends. His father was the chief Kumuhonua of Oahu, the son of the chief Mulielealii of the Maweke line, t ...

                                               

Kaulaulaokalani

Kaulaulaokalani was an ancient Hawaiian nobleman, who was the High Chief of Koolau on the island called Oahu.

                                               

Kumuhonua

Chief Kumuhonua was a High Chief in ancient Hawaii, who was Alii Nui of Oahu, one of the Hawaiian Islands, and is mentioned in the chants. He was named after the first man in Hawaiian mythology. For the first man in Hawaiian mythology, please see ...

                                               

Mulielealii

Mulielealii was an ancient Hawaiian High Chief who lived on the island of Oahu, and is mentioned in ancient chants and writings by Abraham Fornander. His title is Alii Nui. He was the son of the master of Maweke and his wife Naiolaukea and was th ...

                                               

Nawele

Nawele was a High Chief in ancient Hawaii, a ruler of the island called Oahu. He was one of the early monarchs of that Hawaiian island.

                                               

List of runic inscriptions on Oland

Ol 28, Gårdbystenen vid Gårdby kyrka, Gårdby socken, runestone. Ol 22, Hulterstads kyrka, Hulterstads socken se Ol 21. Ol Fv1972.268, medeltida putsristning i Gardslosa kyrka, Gardslosa socken. Ol 31, Runstens kyrka, sakristian, Runstens socken. ...

                                               

Oland runic inscription 1

                                               

Oland runic inscription 18

The runestone is made of limestone and is 3 meters tall and 1.75 meters wide. It is between 15 and 20 centimeters thick, with runes between 11 and 14 centimeters deep. The runes were colored in during 1966, 1974, and 1991, the damage on the corne ...

                                               

Oland runic inscription 28

                                               

Highland Amateur Cup

The Highland Amateur Cup is an annual football cup competition run by the Highland Executive branch of the Scottish Amateur Football Association. All the teams included in highland associations are eligible to enter - this competition covers one ...

                                               

The Islands Book Trust

The Islands book Trust is a project based on the Hebridean Isle of Lewis, aims to further understanding of the history of Scottish islands in their wider Celtic and Nordic contexts through: Events including talks, visits, and conferences. Publica ...

                                               

Fort Santa Isabel

Fort Santa Isabel also known as Taytay Fort is a coastal fortification in the town of Taytay of Palawan, Philippines.

                                               

Ethmia palawana

Ethmia palawana is a moth in the family Depressariidae. It was described by Schultze in 1925. It is found in the Philippines. The wingspan is 45-48 mm. In forewings superimposed with the seven spots on the basal and theres one short black strips ...

                                               

Trigonopterus palawanensis

Individuals measure 2.13–2.21 mm in length. Body is slightly oval in shape. General coloration is a dark rust-color or black, with rust-colored tarsi and antennae.

                                               

List of amphibians and reptiles of Panay

The island of Panay in the Philippines is home to various species of reptiles and amphibians. The following list consists of Ferner, et al. 2000.? denotes the identification of the species is uncertain, although the genus was clearly defined.

                                               

2016 WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint

The 2016 WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint was a motor racing event for V8 Supercars, held on the weekend of 15 to 17 April 2016. The event was held at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit at Phillip Island, Victoria, and consisted of one race of ...

                                               

Kings County, Prince Edward Island

Kings County is located in eastern Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is in the provinces, the smallest, most rural and least populated counties. Kings County is also least dependent on agriculture compared to the other two districts, at the same t ...

                                               

Queens County, Prince Edward Island

Queens County is a county in the province of Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is the largest county in the province by population with 82.017, land area, and highest average income. Charlottetown is the county seat of Queens County, and is the la ...

                                               

Geology of Prince Edward Island

The geology of Prince Edward Island formed as a result of strike-slip extension in the mountains formed by the Taconic orogeny, Salinic orogeny and Acadian orogeny, which created an area of subsidence in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The Maritime Rif ...

                                               

2nd Kings

2nd Kings was an electoral district in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island, which elected two members to the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island from 1873 to 1993. District in the North-Western part of kings County. It was canc ...

                                               

2nd Prince

2nd Prince was an electoral district in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island, which elected two members to the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island from 1873 to 1993. In the district belong to the Central-Western part of the Coun ...

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