Dogon-3 - during a Dama . Moe-Le, 2000. They often carry...

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The Dogon, Republic of Mali, West Africa
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Dogon, Ladder in compound
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***Dogon, Young Men Participating in the Sigi, a ceremony of renewal that happens every 60 years
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***Dogon, Staff Seat Dolaba. Such seats are made and used in the Sigi ritual that happens every 60 years. The purpose of the Sigi is to increase the fertility of the land and the Dogon living in it.
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Dogon, dancing on a roof during a post-burial rite, Idieli, May 17, 1994, Photo Polly Richards
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***Dogon, Dama performance at Ireli, 1999, photo Polly Richards
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***Dogon, Mali, masked dance for tourists in Sangha, 1996, photo, Polly Richards
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Dogon, Dama at Idieli, May, 1994, Photo, Polly Richards
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***Dogon, Adyagai mask
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***Dogon, Bedye, the Pupil Mask
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***Dogon, Carving of a mask
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Dogon, Mali, masks performaing aggressively
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Unformatted text preview: during a Dama . Moe-Le, 2000. They often carry knives and cutlasses. Dogon, Alei Pudyugo accosted ***Dogon, Mali, Sanaguroy mask wrestling with a boy. Idieli, 1999. ***Dogon, Group of Kanga Dancing Photo Polly Richards. Dogon, Line of Kanga arrives ***Dogon, , Imina na , or great mask Dogon, Practice for Stilt Mask Dogon, Stilt Mask Dogon, Ceremonial Dance Performance ***Dogon, Sagatara, or Strong Man ***Dogon, Mali, Sadimbe mask. ***Dogon, Mali, Yasigine holding their dugugi-yenu ladles. Idieli, 1999. Photo Polly Richards. ***Dogon, Mali, a hunter mask, Emma Dana ***Dogon, Mali, Dancer representing Hunter Dogon, Mali, Mask representing Van Beek. ***Dogon, Mali, Masks are thanked and blessed...
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