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Touareg . Gao. Mali

Touareg . Gao. Mali

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Africa | Young Tuareg Woman. Niger | ©Maurice Ascani, from his postcard series

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Níger - África

Africa | Tuareg Tribesman. ca. 1970. | Scanned postcard; printed by J Arthur Dixon for Leventis Stores, Nigeria

car002 cartolina | Postcard | Carte Postale, Nigeria - Tuareg Tribesman " | En vente sur Delcampe"

Africa | Tuareg Tribesman. ca. 1970. | Scanned postcard; printed by J Arthur Dixon for Leventis Stores, Nigeria

... Aladdin is chased out of the market place... and when Jasmine asked, "WHY?" she is told because he is nothing more than a worthless street rat!

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Africa | Tuareg chief, Hamadaba Muhammad of Mali | © 'Africa Adorned'. Angela Fisher. //

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Africa | Tuareg chief, Hamadaba Muhammad of Mali | © 'Africa Adorned'. Angela Fisher. //

Africa | Young woman of Tuareg tribe in traditional clothing during the TAFSIT or springfestival.
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Africa | Young woman of Tuareg tribe in traditional clothing during the TAFSIT or springfestival. Tamanrasset, Algeria | ©… | Africa Adorned | Algeria | Pinterest | Africa, Tribal people and African tribes

Africa | Young woman of Tuareg tribe in traditional clothing during the TAFSIT or springfestival.

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Wodaabe Bororo / Niger - FORMES ET MATIERES D'AFRIQUE

Wodabe. Bororos / Chevillères en bronze / photo des femmes Wodabe par Angela Fisher Paire de chevillères de femme Bororos de l'Ethnie Wodabe, Niger. Premiere moitié du 20 éme siècle. Selon le fabuleux livre d'Angela Fisher, les mères wodabé offrent...

Africa | Image and text taken from Angela Fisher's Africa Adorned ' Much Bella jewellery shows the influence of their former masters. This photo shows and unusually wealthy women from Mali who wears glass and carnelian tanfouk (Talhakimt) pendants in her hair, smaller versions of the Agadez cross and silver sings set with carnelians (traditionally men's finger rings), all of which are Tuareg in design. | © Angela Fisher, 1987 #tribal
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Africa | Image and text taken from Angela Fisher's Africa Adorned ' Much Bella jewellery shows the influence of their former masters. This photo shows and unusually wealthy women from Mali who wears glass and carnelian tanfouk (Talhakimt) pendants in her hair, smaller versions of the Agadez cross and silver sings set with carnelians (traditionally men's finger rings), all of which are Tuareg in design. | © Angela Fisher, 1987 #tribal

Tuareg woman wearing talhakimt and Cross of Agadez pendants.Photo by Anthony J Arkell, 1920s. PRM 1998.204.43.2
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Tuareg woman wearing talhakimt and Cross of Agadez pendants. Photo by Anthony J Arkell, 1920s. PRM 1998.204.43.2

Africa | "The Sultan's Men". The Hausa bodyguards of the Sultan of Zinder. Niger | ©Alexander Alvanos

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Africa | "The Sultan's Men". The Hausa bodyguards of the Sultan of Zinder. Niger | ©Alexander Alvanos

Wodaabe, Niger par la photographe américaine Rosemary Sheel

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Wodaabe, Niger par la photographe américaine Rosemary Sheel

Les Fulani braids : Incontournable de l'été 2017 ! - Ma Coiffeuse Afro
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Les Fulani braids : Incontournable de l'été 2017 !

Les Fulani braids : Incontournable de l'été 2017 ! - Ma Coiffeuse Afro

Africa | Tuareg woman. Timia, Niger. | ©Hal Schneider

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Africa | Tuareg woman. Timia, Niger. | ©Hal Schneider