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Island: Hawaiʻi: Kona
Ahupuaa: Lanihau
Feature: heiau
Comments: Ancient heiau at Kamakahonu restored by Kamehameha I and dedicated to his god Kukailimoku. It was converted to a fort by Kuakini in 1819 after the death of Kamehameha.
Lexicology: ahu-ʻena. PEM: red-hot heap.
Source: Stokes 1991:43-47; KK 6; USGS 1982.
Quadrangle: 10-27
North: 293,900
East: 327,800
Catalog Number: 375.24.013

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