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Ceremonial Robe (Riga) Artist: Amadou Ahejo Date: ca. 1941 Geography: Nigeria Culture: Hausa peoples Medium: Cotton, tsamiya silk Dimensions: H. 102 x W. 55 in. (259.1 x 139.7 cm)

Ceremonial Robe (Riga) Artist: Amadou Ahejo Date: ca. 1941 Geography: Nigeria Culture: Hausa peoples Medium: Cotton, tsamiya silk Dimensions: H. 102 x W. 55 in. (259.1 x 139.7 cm)

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african robe

Africa | Embroidered cotton wrapper from the Hausa people of the Tahoua region of Niger | 20th century

Africa | Embroidered cotton wrapper from the Hausa people of the Tahoua region of Niger | 20th century

Africa | Decorated pages from a miniature Koran.  The decoration shows the typical Islam magic design that accompanied the penetration of Islam to the sub-Saharan Africa. | Hausa people, Nigeria | Period; late 17th - early 18th century | Image ©Werner Forman Archive

Africa | Decorated pages from a miniature Koran. The decoration shows the typical Islam magic design that accompanied the penetration of Islam to the sub-Saharan Africa. | Hausa people, Nigeria | Period; late 17th - early 18th century | Image ©Werner Forman Archive

Africa | Man's tunic from the Jewish people living in the Tafilalet region of the High Atlas Mountains, Morocco | Cotton and silk | ca. Beginning of the 20th century | This type of tunic would have been worn together with baggy pants and a wide cummerband (belt) at weddings.

Africa | Man's tunic from the Jewish people living in the Tafilalet region of the High Atlas Mountains, Morocco | Cotton and silk | ca. Beginning of the 20th century | This type of tunic would have been worn together with baggy pants and a wide cummerband (belt) at weddings.

Yoruba Man's Gran Boubou Handwoven Nigeria African

Yoruba Man's Gran Boubou Handwoven Nigeria African

Man's Tunic from the Fon peoples, Bénin (end of 19th century). Cotton. via Musée de Quai Branly

Man's Tunic from the Fon peoples, Bénin (end of 19th century). Cotton. via Musée de Quai Branly

Menominee beadwork http://www.nebraskahistory.org/sites/mnh/bandolier_bags/menominee.htm

Menominee beadwork http://www.nebraskahistory.org/sites/mnh/bandolier_bags/menominee.htm

Africa | Detail from a tunic from the Hausa people of Nigeria | Indigo dyed cotton and embroidery

Africa | Detail from a tunic from the Hausa people of Nigeria | Indigo dyed cotton and embroidery

C.1960 English made Nigerian independence fabric. Blue color recalls the blue field of the colonial flag, with the Ibo inspired star, which was the symbol of the British West African colonies. Must have been after September 1959, a features the bicolor Nigerian standard, unveiled then.

C.1960 English made Nigerian independence fabric. Blue color recalls the blue field of the colonial flag, with the Ibo inspired star, which was the symbol of the British West African colonies. Must have been after September 1959, a features the bicolor Nigerian standard, unveiled then.

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