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Unformatted text preview: Body Art Part 2 Gaanda, north central Nigeria, Ngum- Ngumi vessel enshrined at Xwerungubla (Wetu clan), Boka. 1981. Map of Central Africa from Visona textbook **Republic of Congo, Central Africa, a Tabwa woman with extensive scarification, unknown photographer, Kirungu, 1900, White Fathers Archives, Rome Republic of Congo, Central Africa, Tabwa woman bearing extensive scarification compared with diagram of kinship inheritance Anteater or aardvaark, orycteropus afer , the animal who, in myth, enters the endless line in the center of this diagram to go to the center of the world where Leza, the supreme deity is found Republic of Congo, Tabwa, wooden figure of Chief wearing Mpande disk compared with kinship inheritance diagram Republic of Congo, Central Africa,Map of Tabwa territory showing the endless lines the Tabwa perceive in the landscape Republic of Congo, Central Africa, Tabwa sculpture of chief showing Face of the cross scarification pattern and a Tabwa man inscribed with the same pattern **Republic of Congo, Central Africa, Konjo woman with Butwa association scarification Republic of Congo, Central Africa, Konjo woman with Butwa association scarification compared with Tabwa ancestral figure that bears the same scarification Tabwa wooden face mask seen in mid-1970s in the border area between the Republic of Congo and Zambia Republic of Congo, Tabwa beaded mask, beads with jungle fowl feathers, blue monkey pelt...
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