Hina-au-kekele

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Hina-au-kekele – također poznata kao Hina-ʻau-aku, Hinauapu ili jednostavno kao Hina – bila je havajska plemkinja te poglavarica Velikog ostrva na drevnim Havajima. Rođena je na Tahitiju kao kći plemića Laʻaua i njegove sestre, gospe Kukamolimaulialohe te je bila nazvana po božici Hini. Njen dedo bio je poglavica Lanakawai,[1] vladar Velikog ostrva.

Prema drevnim običajima, Hina se udala za svog brata, čije ime je bilo Pilikaaiea.[2][3] On je često poznat jednostavno kao Pili. Seksualna unija Pilija i Hine smatrana je svetom te su dobili sina Koa i kćerku Hinaʻauamai,[4] koja je također nazvana po Hini, a za brata se udala.

Pili i Hina su došli na Havaje zajedno sa sveštenikom Paʻaoom[5] te je Pili svrgnuo Kapawu i postao novi vladar. On i Hina su osnovali Dinastiju Pili (havajski: Hale o Pili), iz koje je potekla Dinastija Keawe. Pilija je naslijedio njegov potomak, poglavica Kukohou (? – 1185), koji je prema nekim pojanjima bio sin Pilija i Hine.

Reference[uredi | uredi izvor]

  1. ^ The family tree of Pili. "The story that Pili is a foreign chief from Tahiti is at odds with the genealogies (three sources in agreement) which say he is the grandson of Lanakawai, a Ruling Chief of Hawaii Island. If he were brought from Tahiti, he was returning or his father Laau was in Tahiti for some reason, where he may have been born."
  2. ^ Reginald Yzendoorn (1927). History of the Catholic Mission in the Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu Star-Bulletin. "The number of people embarking on the canoes was 38: two cooks; the chief Pill and Hinaaukekele his wife, also known as Hinaauaku..."
  3. ^ Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906). Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii.
  4. ^ Family of the lady Hinaauamai. "She married Koa (Ko)."
  5. ^ Thomas George Thrum (1917). Thrum's Hawaiian annual. Bernice P. Bishop Museum special publication. "...Hina-au-kekele, his wife, and Hina-au-aku and Namauu-o-malaia, the sister of Paao. Paao was the priest and director, and he annointed himself for this voyage of discovery."