List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Culture / African Cultures

  1. Manilla Manilla Contributed by Individual
  2. Ibeji Ibeji Contributed by Individual
  3. Ghanaian Xylophone Ghanaian Xylophone Contributed by Individual
  4. Ethiopian Triptych Ethiopian Triptych Contributed by Museum
  5. Wedding Goblet Wedding Goblet Contributed by Individual
  6. Carving by an African sailor in the Navy Carving by an African sailor in the Navy Contributed by Museum
  7. A Roman period Egyptian mummy mask A Roman period Egyptian mummy mask Contributed by Museum
  8. Sword Sword Contributed by Individual
  9. Gold necklace Gold necklace Contributed by Individual
  10. Nigerian ceramic 'casserole' Nigerian ceramic 'casserole' Contributed by Individual
  11. Diviner's Wand from Sisalaland, Ghana Diviner's Wand from Sisalaland, Ghana Contributed by Individual
  12. Manilla - a bracelet type of currency Manilla - a bracelet type of currency Contributed by Individual
  13. African Wood Carving of a native soldier African Wood Carving of a native soldier Contributed by Individual
  14. North African Carved Baboon Figure North African Carved Baboon Figure Contributed by Individual
  15. Pendant Pendant Contributed by Individual
  16. Funeral Boat made of dark animal skin Funeral Boat made of dark animal skin Contributed by Individual
  17. pointed flint tool pointed flint tool Contributed by Individual
  18. ancient African sharp tool -Kenya ancient African sharp tool -Kenya Contributed by Individual
  19. A personalised Ghanian wicker sunhat A personalised Ghanian wicker sunhat Contributed by Individual
  20. Ghanaian pottery figure Ghanaian pottery figure Contributed by Individual

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