Guardian figures, called mbulu-ngulu, are attached to bark boxes or bundles containing bones and other relics of clan or village ancestors, serving to protect them and as a focus for prayers and s... - stock photo
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Guardian figures, called mbulu-ngulu, are attached to bark boxes or bundles containing bones and other relics of clan or village ancestors, serving to protect them and as a focus for prayers and s...

Guardian figures, called mbulu-ngulu, are attached to bark boxes or bundles containing bones and other relics of clan or village ancestors, serving to protect them and as a focus for prayers and sacrifices. Country of Origin: Gabon, Equatorial Africa. Culture: Kota. Date / Period: 19th-20th C. Material Size: Wood, copper, brass, h=48.4 cms. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive / Dallas Museum of Art. Location: 06.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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2312 x 3135 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
8 x 10 inches / 20 x 27 cm

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