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African Art William V. Ganis, PhD. Nok Art Nok Head from Jemaa, Nigeria 5th century B.C.E. terracotta 9 13/16 in. high.

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1 African Art William V. Ganis, PhD

2 Nok Art

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4 Nok Head from Jemaa, Nigeria 5th century B.C.E. terracotta 9 13/16 in. high

5 Nok Head from Jemaa, Nigeria 5th century B.C.E. terracotta 14 3/16 in. high

6 Igbo-Ukwu Art

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8 Equestrian figure on fly-whisk hilt from Igbo-Ukwu, Nigeria 9th to 10th century copper -alloy bronze 6 3/4 in. high

9 Ife Art

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11 King from Ife, Nigeria 11th to 12th century zinc brass 18 1/2 in. high

12 Benin Art

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14 Ivory belt mask of a Queen Mother (Idia) from Benin, Nigeria mid-16th century ivory and iron 9 3/8 in. high

15 Altar of the Hand from Benin, Nigeria 17th to 18th century brass 17 1/2 in. high

16 Warrior Chief and Attendants from Benin, Nigeria ca brass 18 3/4 in. high

17 Djenne Art

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19 Mother and Child from Djenne, Mali 11th to 14th century terracotta 11 in. high

20 Eastern façade of Friday Mosque Djenne, Mali 13th century, rebuilt

21 Sapi Art

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23 Sapi warrior from Sierra Leone 15th century serpentine 7 1/2 in. high

24 Master of the Symbolic Execution Saltcellar Sapi-Portuguese from Sierra Leone 15th to 16th century ivory 16 7/8 in. high

25 Great Zimbabwe

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27 Conical Tower from Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe 15th century

28 Conical Tower from Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe 15th century

29 Bird with crocodile image on top of stone monolith from Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe 15th century soap stone bird image 14 1/2 in. high

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