Baga-2 (1) - Serpent Masqueraders of two moieties at...

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The Baga, Guinea, West Africa
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**Sketch of the supreme male spirit, probably Pukur by Moussa Bangoura, a Bulunits youth **Headdress, Pantshaman, Pukur, M’born village
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**Tabonke beach, Tolkotsh village, where a-Bol was discovered by a woman, Baga, Guinea
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**Katako, dance for a- Bol, Baga, Guinea
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**Katako, dance for a-Bol, Baga, Guinea
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Baga Sitemu migration groups and their division into male and female moieties
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**“ Bansonyi, fetish of a male secret society,” or a- Mantsho-na-Tshol drawn by Father Feuillet (?), a Catholic Missionary of the Peres du Saint-Esprit, before 1930, Baga, Guinea
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Baga, Guinea, Serpent Headdress, a-Mantsho-na-Tshol
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**Baga, Serpent Headdress a-Mantsho-na-Tshol Baga, Guinea, Ritual Combat between the
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Unformatted text preview: Serpent Masqueraders of two moieties at Monchon **Left: Baga, Guinea, Serpent ( a-Mantsho-na-Tshol ) Masquerade Right: Serpent masquerade, Temne, Sierra Leone **Clan elder with two a-Tshol Baga, Ka-lo-ka-pon The Great House **Baga, Guinea, Shrine Piece, a-Tshol or Elek Wood, antelope horn ** Shrine Piece, a-Tshol or Elek, late 19th c. Wood , Baga, Guinea Baga, Guinea, Shrine Piece, a-Tshol or Elek wood **Baga, Guinea, Shrine Piece, a-Tshol or Elek, wood **Double-headed shrine piece, a-Tshol with bellows part. Two examples like this are known. Baga, Guinea **shrine piece, a-Tshol or Elek, late 19 th century **Baga, Dance of a-Tshol **Baga, Dance of a-Tshol during 3-day sacrifice...
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This note was uploaded on 08/17/2011 for the course ART HIST 300 taught by Professor Brettsmith during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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