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Africa Beaded Dance Rattle Origin likely West Africa Nigeria

Africa Beaded Dance Rattle Origin likely West Africa Nigeria

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Africa | Beaded Dance Rattle | Origin: likely West Africa, Nigeria, Ibo people? Period/Date: mid 20th century. Materials: Rolled tin, iron, fiber, ...

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Yoruba Iron Dance Rattle Nigeria Currency African Art - Currency - Metal and Weapons

Africa | Ceremonial necklace worn by Ifa Priest. Yoruba peoples. Nigeria. 20th century

Yoruba Iron Dance Rattle Nigeria African Currency - Currency - Metal and Weapons

Yoruba Iron Dance Rattle Nigeria African Currency - Currency - Metal and Weapons

A Yoruba ivory whistle, Nigeria. Yoruba PeopleAfrican MasksAfrican ArtWest ...

Africa | Ifa Necklace, Nigeria, Yoruba peoples. | 20th century African Beads ,

Africa | Beaded gourd rattle from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Gourd, beads,

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Africa | Dance anklet rattle from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Copper alloy, made using the lost wax method

Africa | Nigeria | ivory | Antique Nupe People ivory bracelet,Nigeria-West Africa.Geometric design with silver and copper inlay,light honey patina.

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Africa | Two clapper bells from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Bronze African Culture,

Benin art

Photographer: Hamo Sassoon Date of Photo: - Continent: Africa Geographical Area: West Africa Country: Nigeria

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Outstanding Tribal Yoruba Beaded Crown ---South west, Nigeria

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Music and dance in African societies[edit]

Benin art

Yoruba Beaded Crown White Nigeria African Art 122340

Zaouli dance. Zaouli dance African ...

This Shango priest's tunic is more elaborate than most; its beading showing both royal support and referring to Shango's royal origins. L 41″.

Yoruba Ibeji Doll Female Nigeria African Art 99662

Yorubaland Cultural Area of West Africa

African dance

Fulani Necklace Beaded Nigeria African 124176

I always love the sound of Shekere in African music because it's dinstinct and I am fond of looking for it in Africa musical band because it's such a ...

The Malian kora harp-lute is perhaps the most sophisticated of Africa's stringed instruments

An Iroke or Irofa (Ìròkè Ifá) is the divination tapper of the Yoruba. It is long, slender and often slightly curved. Used in combination with the Opon Ifa ...

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Yoruba male blacksmiths, Nigeria, 20th century. Cleveland State University African Art Collection. Left to right: 83.1.7; 83.1.8; 74.3.8; and 82.1.6.

African Art

NIGERIA West Africa Markets Crafts Music Decorated calabash rattle shakers for sale at market - Stock

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An older traditional Agbada clothing historically worn by Yoruba men. This exhibit was obtained in the town of Òkukù

Ekombi Dancers

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Candomblé is not the only examples of continued West African religious practices in the Americas. Another is the African-Cuban santería.

The faces on the bowl probably represent Eshu. H 36.75″. Fakeye Akobi Ogun, Yoruba male artist, Nigeria, ...

Beaded crown (Adé) of a Yoruba Oba, the Ogoga of Ikere, Ekiti State. According to Yoruba customs, only kings who are direct descendants of Oduduwa can wear ...

Anago Yoruba, Nigeria, 20th century. Cleveland State University African Art Collection, 82.1.8.

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Modern African dance

dance rattle music native ritual Southwest yaqui gourd craft celebration sonora

Nigerian dancers, with their own drums and other instruments.

Traditional African dance

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Drawing of the slave ship 'Brookes'

African music. mangolongondo

Music of Africa

Yoruba Statuette of Female Figure (c.1900) Dedicated to Shango, the god of thunder.

African Kid Child Rattle Fan - Woven Straw Basketry - Artifact Folk Art Vintage

Yoruba Iron Dance Rattle Nigeria African Currency 118573

Yoruba Iron Dance Rattle Nigeria Currency African Art 123624

Rock painting of a dance performance, Tassili-n-Ajjer, Algeria, attributed

Dogon stilt dancers in action, Mali

The Giant Bead Necklace: Angola

African ethnic groups

Paulus Gerdes 1 African dance rattle capsules from Benin, Nigeria and Congo: Plaiting a

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Yoruba Beaded Crown Nigeria African Art

Members from the Kankouran West African Dance Company perform during a ceremony in the Rose Garden, White House in 2007

mangbetu split drums

Modern Masai men in traditional clothing

Traditional rural dances take on new functions as they are transplanted to urban areas. Hazyville, South Africa.

Significance of Beads in African Culture

African drummers

Nok civilization of Nigeria.

Various polyhedral shapes In recent papers (Gerdes 2012a, b) I analyse the octahedral

Photograph of an akonting, an instrument of the Jola people of The Gambia and Senegal

It features animals at top and bottom, as well as priests and initiates holding dance rattles, dancewands, ...

Detail of Bele carnival costume which was on display at the British Library's 'West Africa

Bele carnival costume

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Recording session with Desmali's music group in Equatorial Guinea. He plays the asiko square frame

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