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Australian Teacher Education Association

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In the mythology of the Marquesas Islands, Atea is the giver of light. In one legend Atea and Tane are brothers, the sons of Toho. Another tradition relates that Atea evolved himself, and then brought forth Ono. Joining forces, they broke up the boundless darkness of the underworld, where Tanaoa, lord of darkness, and Mutu-hei had lived for eternity. Atea and Ono made war on Tanaoa and Mutu-hei, and defeated them. They confined the gods of night within set boundaries. Out of the struggle came forth Atanua, the dawn. Atea then married Atanua, and their children include the lesser gods and humankind..

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