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Africa | Textile Blanket, Chieftan, 19th century | Fulani people; Mali or Ghana | Cotton, wool

Cotton and wool African chieftan blanket, century, Fulani people (Mali or Ghana). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

potential table top pattern

i like most fabric/jewelry from mali. it's different from the rest of west africa too! this is bogolanfini mudcloth from mali, west africa

Dogon Binu Shrine, Bandiagara escarpment, Mali - the religious beliefs of the Dogon are complex and knowledge of them varies within Dogon society. Dogon religion is defined primarily through the worship of the ancestors and the spirits that they encountered as they slowly migrated from their obscure ancestral homelands to the Bandiagara cliffs. There are three principal cults among the Dogon; the Awa, Lebe and Binu.

Dogon Binu Shrine, Bandiagara escarpment, Mali - the religious beliefs of the Dogon are complex and knowledge of them varies within Dogon society. Dogon religion is defined primarily through

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