The axe forgets, but the tree remembers... ~African saying | Nesting birds, Northern Cape, South Africa
Because it turns off reactions of the immune system that drive up inflammation and swelling, boswellia is a natural treatment for cancer.
Two Wood and Metal Axes, South Africa
Ada, sword (chief's, ceremonial, decorated with leopards, pommel in form of Portuguese head) made of iron, brass, ivory. Made by Edo - Nigeria
Three Shona/Zulu Axes, South Africa
The images are all really sharp and clear, they're put together almost like a collage of african animals and plants. The red flowers have a drip effect and they stand out and bring life to the poster.
Fiji | Ula throwing clubs| 19th century
The axe forgets what the tree remembers - African proverb | Corgie made this with Spoken.ly
Africa | Ceremonial axe from the Luba Shankadi people of DR Congo | Wood, metal, tapestry nails, glass beads | ca. early 20th century
Zulu Beaded Stabbing Spears and War Clubs also known as the knobkerrie.