Garcia II Nkanga a Lukeni a Nzenze a Ntumba, also known as Garcia Afonso for short, ruled the Kingdom of Kongo from 1641 to 1661; he is sometimes considered Kongo's greatest king for his religious piety and his near expulsion of the Portuguese from Angola.
Stoneware face jugs were made in the Old Edgefield District of South Carolina shortly after the arrival of some two hundred enslaved Africans, mostly from the Kingdom of Kongo, in 1858. The jugs began to appear in collections and museums at the turn of the 19th century. At that time ceramic historian Edwin Barber interviewed former pottery owner Col. Thomas Davis who told him that the slaves in his pottery at Bath, S.C. made the jugs in their own time.
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History of Kingdom of Kongo. The Kingdom of Kongo was composed of 6 provinces: Mpemba, Mbata, Nsundi, Mpangu, Mbemba and Soyo, plus 4 vassal Kingdoms: Loango, Cacongo and Ngoye, at the North of the N'Zari river, and Ndongo, at the South of the Congo river.