Bamana-3 (1) - Komo association ***Mianka, eastern Mali,...

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The Bamana
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Bamana, Mali, Ci Warra fiber headdress. The wooden headpiece is attached to the fiber headdress.
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***Bamana, Mali, southern- style Ci Warra headdresses
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***Bamana, Mali Ci Warra dancers from Bougouni region. They wear the southern type of Ci warra .
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Bamana, Mali, Ci Warraw dancers wearing southern-style headdresses
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***Bamana, Mali, southern-style Ci warra headdress compared to pangolin
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Bamana pangolin
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***Bamana, Mali Models for the Ci Warra
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***Bamana, Mali, Ant eater (Aardvark), Model for Southern Style Ci Warra Headdress
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**Bamana, Mali Models for the Ci Warra
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Bamana, Map showing different local areas within Bamana region
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***Bamana, Mali, headdress for representative of the ‘secret,’ male Komo association
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***Bamana, Mali, headdress for representative of the ‘secret,’ male Komo association
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***Bamana, Mali, headdress for representative of the ‘secret,’ male
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Unformatted text preview: Komo association ***Mianka, eastern Mali, headdress for representative of the secret, male Komo association ***Bamana, Mali, Konon, Masquerade photographed at night, a time when most secret, male association headdresses appear ***Bamana/Mianka, 1931 photograph of Kore association masquerader. He is called the Kore duga or vulture of the Kore. The mask in the upper left is not the one being worn, but it is similar. ***Bamana/Mianka , Kore duga or Kore vulture, a Kore association member in his masquerade costume ***Bamana, Mali, mask used by a lion of the Kore association, east-central Mali ***Bamana, east-central Mali, head of aardvaark compared with Kore association hobbyhorse ***Bamana/Mianka, east-central Mali, hyena mask for the Kore association...
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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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