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Janus-Faced Headdress  Nigeria, Lower Cross River, Ejagham peoples, Akparabong clan 19th - 20th century Wood, skin, paint, basketry

Janus-Faced Headdress Nigeria, Lower Cross River, Ejagham peoples, Akparabong clan 19th - 20th century Wood, skin, paint, basketry

Janus-Faced Headdress  Nigeria, Lower Cross River, Ejagham peoples, Akparabong clan 19th - 20th century Wood, skin, paint, basketry

Janus-Faced Headdress Nigeria, Lower Cross River, Ejagham peoples, Akparabong clan 19th - 20th century Wood, skin, paint, basketry

Africa | Crest/skull mask | Ejagham peoples.  Nigeria | Wood, animal skin, basketry, cane, metal | 19th - 20th century

Africa | Crest/skull mask | Ejagham peoples. Nigeria | Wood, animal skin, basketry, cane, metal | 19th - 20th century

Mask, Ejagham peoples, Cross River region, Nigeria, Late 19th century, Wood, skin, metal, plant fiber, dye | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Mask, Ejagham peoples, Cross River region, Nigeria, Late 19th century, Wood, skin, metal, plant fiber, dye | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

19th–20th century : Nigeria, Lower Cross River region : Ejagham or Bale peoples . Medium:Wood, hide, pigment, cane, horn, nails.

19th–20th century : Nigeria, Lower Cross River region : Ejagham or Bale peoples . Medium:Wood, hide, pigment, cane, horn, nails.

Ejagham headdress , Nigeria.

Ejagham headdress , Nigeria.

Africa | Igbo (Ekoi) Cross River Headdress from Nigeria, Cameroon | Wood, horns, animal skin, hair, raffia and cloth | Early 20th century.

Africa | Igbo (Ekoi) Cross River Headdress from Nigeria, Cameroon | Wood, horns, animal skin, hair, raffia and cloth | Early 20th century.

Ejagham (Ekoi) Janus Headdress 49, Nigeria

Ejagham (Ekoi) Janus Headdress 49, Nigeria

Mask, Artist: Attributed to Takim Eyuk (died c. 1915), Akparabong peoples, Cross River region, Nigeria, c. 1900-1915, Wood, skin, dye, iron    This four-faced helmet mask represents a man and his three wives, a person of wealth and stature in the community.  Photo by flickr user cliff1066™

Mask, Artist: Attributed to Takim Eyuk (died c. 1915), Akparabong peoples, Cross River region, Nigeria, c. 1900-1915, Wood, skin, dye, iron This four-faced helmet mask represents a man and his three wives, a person of wealth and stature in the community. Photo by flickr user cliff1066™

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