Terracotta figure of a man excavated in the Djenne/Mopti area, Mali, 13th or 14th century. Although unauthorized excavations have hindered the scientific study of these figures from the Inner Niger Delta, it is thought they either represent devotees in household ancestral shrines or were intended to protect the house from flooding. From the Entwistle Gallery, London.
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