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Mask (Le op), mid to late 19th century - Australia, Erub Island, Queensland, Torres Strait - Culture: Torres Strait Islander - Medium: Turtle shell, hair, fiber, pigment

Mask (Le op), mid to late 19th century - Australia, Erub Island, Queensland, Torres Strait - Culture: Torres Strait Islander - Medium: Turtle shell, hair, fiber, pigment

Full Image and Description | Anthropology

Full Image and Description | Anthropology

Full Image and Description | Anthropology

Full Image and Description | Anthropology

BaKongo mask, Rep. of Congo

BaKongo mask, Rep. of Congo

Flute Stopper, late 19th–early 20th century. Papua New Guinea, Lower Sepik region, Biwat people

Flute Stopper, late 19th–early 20th century. Papua New Guinea, Lower Sepik region, Biwat people

It is really the Death Mask of Agamemnon? Gold, found in Tomb V in Mycenae by Heinrich Schliemann in 1876. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Mycenae. 1600-1500 BC.

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It is really the Death Mask of Agamemnon? Gold, found in Tomb V in Mycenae by Heinrich Schliemann in 1876. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Mycenae. 1600-1500 BC.

Full Image and Description | Anthropology

Full Image and Description | Anthropology

Africa | Mask from the Dan people of the Ivory Coast | Early 20th century

Africa | Mask from the Dan people of the Ivory Coast | Early 20th century

"Tatanua #masks are worn by ceremonial dancers as part of New Ireland malagan rituals. These are funerary religious ceremonies held by the family of the deceased to communicate with deities and to show respect for the deceased.[3] Mannequins or statues representing the soul of the deceased are also shown at the malagan ceremonies. The local people construct them so that they celebrate the dead person's characteristics."  Wikipedia

"Tatanua #masks are worn by ceremonial dancers as part of New Ireland malagan rituals. These are funerary religious ceremonies held by the family of the deceased to communicate with deities and to show respect for the deceased.[3] Mannequins or statues representing the soul of the deceased are also shown at the malagan ceremonies. The local people construct them so that they celebrate the dead person's characteristics." Wikipedia

Culture : Océanie / Iatmul Toponyme(s) : Océanie / Mélanésie / Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée / East Sepik (province)

Culture : Océanie / Iatmul Toponyme(s) : Océanie / Mélanésie / Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée / East Sepik (province)

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