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Map of West Africa with ethnic groups marked
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General map of Mali
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***Map of West Africa showing medieval empires including that of Songhai
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Map of Central Mali showing Niger Delta area – area where Jenne terracottas are found
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Jenne, View of Jenne-Jeno
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***Jenne region looter’s pit, Mounya II site, about 30 KM. (20 miles) west of Jenne, 1994. Approximately 80 % of this site is now ruined for archaeological research.
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***Town of Jenne today showing archaeological dig conducted by Roderick McIntosh
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***Recumbant figure from Jenne-Jeno. 25.5 cm (10 inches). Musée National du Mali, Bamako. This figure was found in a garbage dump in the course of legitimate excavations. The head had been purposely removed and that of another placed by the body. The excavators think that this was an act of ritual destruction by those converted to Islam.
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***Excavating the blacksmith’s workshop in the LX unit, Jenne-Jeno, 1981. Two statuettes, male and female, were embedded in the house wall to the right of the entrance.
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***The pair of headless statues in situ within the house
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Unformatted text preview: wall in the upper levels. Early 2 nd millenium A.D. ***Toguere Doupwil near Sevare. Section C. The site began to be occupied at the end of the 11 th century A. D. and the beginning of the 12 th . Coffin-jar with clay coil sealing the lid. Excavated by Dutch team from Utrecht. ***Jenne region, Mali, Terracotta Statuette, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D. Jenne,Mali, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D. Horseman, Terracotta Jenne,Mali, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D. Man and woman ***Jenne, Mali, terracotta figure with small heads as nipples, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D. ***Jenne,Mali, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D., woman with two elderly men climbing up her and holding pincers to her left ear ***Jenne,Mali, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D. Swollen hollow figure covered with snakes and swellings, possibly smallpox? Jenne,Mali, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D. Torso of figure covered with swellings ***Jenne,Mali, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D., Terracotta mask ***Jenne,Mali, 11 th to 15 th centuries A.D., terracotta woman giving birth to a snake...
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