French Equatorial Africa, view of dance. Large group of adult males dancing in row. Wearing personal-ornaments including buttock-ornaments, some holding sticks, some wearing dresses and head-cloths, one holding umbrella at right. Male child standing beside young child in foreground. Outdoor setting, circular thatched-roof buildings in background. Medium: Gelatin silver print.
- Length: 10.3 centimetres
- Width: 12.8 centimetres
Inscription Content"Dance at Bakala. between Bambori + Fort Gampel AEF 1938" [manuscript on back]; "90" [second manuscript on back].
Geography: Bakala, Bambori and Fort Gampel not identified in sources. Circumstances: [BYR-] PIC DOC 49. Part of a collection including Asian photographs as well as Af,CA56.
Copyright: Mr A Byron reserves copyright when images used outside the British Museum (see [BYR-] PIC DOC 49).
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Object reference number: EPF7770
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