Keakamahana

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Keakamāhana
Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaiʻi
Reign 1635 – 1665
Born c. 1615
Died 1665
Predecessor Keakealanikane
Successor Keakealaniwahine
Consort to Iwikauikaua
Issue Queen Keakealaniwahine
Father Keakealanikane
Mother Kealiʻiokalani

Keakamāhana (c. 1615–1665) was the 19th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaiʻi island 1635–1665. She ruled as sovereign Queen or Chiefess of the island from the royal complex at Hōlualoa Bay.

Family[edit]

She was the eldest daughter of the King Keakealanikane, the 18th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaiʻi. Her mother was Kealiiokalani.

She succeeded on the death of her father in 1635. She married her cousin Aliʻi Iwikauikaua, son of Aliʻi Makakaualiʻi, by his wife Kapukāmola. She died in 1665, and her daughter Keakealaniwahine succeed her.

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Preceded by
Keakealanikane
Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaiʻi Island
1635–1665
Succeeded by
Keakealaniwahine