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Methodology
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**Aerial view of Jenne-Jeno
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Map of sites where terracottas are found in Jenne region, Mali **Jenne terracotta, 11 th to 15 th century, Jenne region, Mali
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**Huge pot in which terracottas are often found. These were sometimes used as burial urns. **Crouching Jenne terracotta, 11 th to 15 th century A.D.
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**Archaeological dig in Jenne
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Bamana elder holding ritual object or boli
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**Bamana Boli in the shape of a cow
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Bamana boli or ritual object compared with its X-Ray
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**Man from Jenne area holdding block of desert salt inscribed in Arabic Modern Koranic school in Bamako
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Map of Commercial Routes across the Sahara
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**Kumbi Saleh Mosque, Mali
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**Traditional throwing knife from the Sudan
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Unformatted text preview: decorated with arabesques that imitate Arabic writing Map of West Africa with various ethnic groups and kingdoms marked **Printed poster of Al-Braq, the mythological figure who conveyed Mohammed from Mecca to Jerusalem and from Jerusalem to the highest heaven where he spoke with Allah **Baga caryatid drum with support in the form of Al-buraq, the winged female horse who transported Mohammed to the 7 th heaven to converse with God. The writing imitates Arabic, but cannot be read. Head of the Konon association in front of the association building **Dogon Toguna, resting and discussion area for men Bamana healer with pots of medicine...
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