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Nigeria [?], "scenes at a Fulani flogging ceremony" or "the Shadi dance". Two adult males surrounded by crowd of male and female adults and children. Males wearing trousers, cloth, personal-ornaments. Male at left brandishing stick [?], male at right holding object aloft. Crowd wearing cloths, head-gear. Outdoor setting, wall [?] in background. Medium: Gelatin silver print.
- 1880-1950 (?)
- Made in: Nigeria (?)
- Length: 6.1 centimetres
- Width: 8.6 centimetres
Inscription Content"14" [manuscript on back].
Some information from [DEN-] PIC DOC 32. Geography: See [DEN-] PIC DOC 32. Some photographs in series depict Nigeria. Circumstances: One of a series of photographs, Af,B47.1-57, which are listed in [DEN-] PIC DOC 32. Biography: See Af,B47.30 inscription.
Copyright: British Museum (?).
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF6670
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