Erkunde Afrikanische Kultur und noch mehr!

Africa | Masai woman.  Mara, Kenya | ©Erich Rohrauer Such dignity!

Massai-Frau Foto & Bild von Erich Rohrauer ᐅ Das Foto jetzt kostenlos bei fotocommunity.de anschauen & bewerten. Entdecke hier weitere Bilder.

Warrior with Leopard. Benin, Nigeria. The warrior with the leopard as a companion is characterized by a coral collar as dignitaries of the palace. He wears a cap that is already known by the horn blowers, a chain of leopard teeth, extremely starched extension on the wrap-around skirt and a sword in his hand. Only the peculiar decorated torso of the warrior points to another culture. Leopards have a protective function in Benin and are a symbol of the power of life and death.

Warrior with Leopard. Benin, Nigeria. The warrior with the leopard as a companion is characterized by a coral collar as dignitaries of the palace. He wears a cap that is already known by the horn blowers, a chain of leopard teeth, extremely starched extension on the wrap-around skirt and a sword in his hand. Only the peculiar decorated torso of the warrior points to another culture. Leopards have a protective function in Benin and are a symbol of the power of life and death.

Dinka del Sudan, gruppo etnico nilotico Nilo-sahariana

Die Dinka sind eine nilotische ethnische Gruppe vom Südlichen Sudan. Sie leben aus dem zehnten Jahrhundert an beiden Seiten des Flusses Nil und sprechen eine Sprache, die der Nilo-saharischen Gruppe gehört.

Africa |  Back scarification details || Scanned vintage postcard; published by La Carte Africaine, Paris

Africa | Back scarification details || Scanned vintage postcard; published by La Carte Africaine, Paris

Nok Culture, 500BC - 300AD. African Cornrows were popular even way back then.

Nok Culture, 500BC - 300AD. African Cornrows were popular even way back then.

Cultures in Nigeria, Nok sculpture of a woman, Nigeria, c. 200BC-200AD (terracotta) #Nigerian, #Tradational, #culture

Cultures in Nigeria, Nok sculpture of a woman, Nigeria, c. 200BC-200AD (terracotta) #Nigerian, #Tradational, #culture

A series of human head in terra-cotta from the Nok culture, the oldest Iron Age culture of sub-Saharan Africa.

A series of human head in terra-cotta from the Nok culture, the oldest Iron Age culture of sub-Saharan Africa.

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