Yoruba Culture

Creator details

Yoruba Culture

Assets (21 in total)

Stool Or Pedestal With Human Figure
Hood Mask, 19th to mid-20th century (polychromed wood)
Ibeji Figures (wood, beads, cowrie shells, fabric, pigment)
Cylindrical human head, from Ife, 12th - 15th century (terracotta)
Ring depicting ritual sacrifice, 16th–18th century (cast copper alloy)
Agere Ifa (wood)
Apo Ifa (Beaded bag) (beads, leather, cloth)
Eiyepe, adire eleko (stencil-patterned cotton, indigo dye)
Symbol of the inner head (ibori), late 19th to early 20th century (glass beads, cowrie shells, and leather)
Ceremonial Knife with scabbard (udamalore), Kingdom of Owo, Nigeria, late 19th century - early 20th century (ivory, iron, glass beads, brass bells, cotton cloth, wood and cane)
Oni, from Ife, 15th - 16th century (zinc brass)
Divination Board (opon Ifà), late 19th-early 20th century (wood and leather with cowrie shells)

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