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N° inventaire : 73.1996.1.2 Précédente collection : Musée national des arts d'Afrique et d'Océanie (Afrique) Date(s) : 1er siècle après J.-C. Culture : Nok Dimensions : 18,2 x 8,6 x 12,6 cm, 1022 g Objet non exposé History, 3d, Africa, Statue, Culture, Collection, African, Ancient, African Art
N° inventaire : 73.1996.1.2 Précédente collection : Musée national des arts d'Afrique et d'Océanie (Afrique) Date(s) : 1er siècle après J.-C. Culture : Nok Dimensions : 18,2 x 8,6 x 12,6 cm, 1022 g Objet non exposé
From Anne-Catherine Kenis, Brussels Art, Catherine, Anne, Mother Earth, Figures, Holy Land, Work
From Anne-Catherine Kenis, Brussels
Primitive, People, West, West Africa, Niger
Tables, Public Relations, Local Government, Archeologist, Africa Art
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African sculptures Lion Sculpture, African Sculptures, La Reunion
African sculptures
Nok Masterpiece
Nok
Nok Sculptures, Museums, African Culture
Nok
Nok Terracotta Figure, Nigeria Ideas, Prehistoric, Design, Ancient Civilizations, Terracotta
Saul and Marsha Stanoff Visitors would be welcomed to a relatively modest house, surrounded by l
Nok Terracotta Figure, Nigeria
Traditional, Pottery Sculpture, Objects
NOK TERRACOTTA HEAD - Lot 15
Nok Egypt, Nok, Terra
Nok
Nok figurative sculpture, Nigeria, c. 500BC-200AD (terracotta) Ancient Art, Ancient People
Nok figurative sculpture, Nigeria, c. 500BC-200AD (terracotta)
Full Figure. Sokoto Culture, Northern Nigeria. 2nd century BC. Mascara, African Masks
Full Figure. Sokoto Culture, Northern Nigeria. 2nd century BC.
Nok. Nigeria Statues
Nok. Nigeria
Nigéria - Art Nok et Sokoto - LANKAART Mask, Sokoto
Nigéria - Art Nok et Sokoto - LANKAART
Nigéria - Art Nok et Sokoto - LANKAART
Sokoto
Sokoto
Headed, Skull
cultura nok, terracota, nigeria African Diaspora, Artifacts, Ethnic Art
cultura nok, terracota, nigeria
Basel, Antiques, Kunst, Antique Inspiration
Kunst aus Afrika - Hammer Auktionen, Basel - Switzerland
african-art-Sakoto-sculpture-475x633 African Dolls, Sculpture Art
Africa arts odyssey
african-art-Sakoto-sculpture-475x633
Nigeria | Pendant made up of four kneeling characters struck very close to each other and featuring typical Nok statuary traits; a conical, geometrically structured face, eyes in the shape of a triangle, pupils symbolized by a hole and nostrils, ears and mouth pierced through | c. 500 AD - 500 BC | April 2013 Catalogue African Jewelry, Statuary, Sacred Feminine
Tribal Art Society - Catalogues
Nigeria | Pendant made up of four kneeling characters struck very close to each other and featuring typical Nok statuary traits; a conical, geometrically structured face, eyes in the shape of a triangle, pupils symbolized by a hole and nostrils, ears and mouth pierced through | c. 500 AD - 500 BC | April 2013 Catalogue
Opera, Ethnic, African Life
ligali.org
Lecture, The Nok Terracotta Enigma Antique Sculpture, Historical Artwork, Lecture
Lecture, The Nok Terracotta Enigma | Yale University Art Gallery
Lecture, The Nok Terracotta Enigma
Nok Terracotta Figure, Nigeria Ceramics
CULTURE DITE "DE NOK" NIGERIA Terre cuite. H. 10,5 cm Superbe petit pendentif
Nok Terracotta Figure, Nigeria
Nok culture - Limbs and bodies of human figures are usually rendered simplistically. African Pottery
Nok culture - Wikipedia
Nok culture - Limbs and bodies of human figures are usually rendered simplistically.
Africa | Jar Depicting Twins from the Nok culture of Nigeria | 500 BC to 200 AD | Terracotta Ancient Artefacts, Inspiration, Ancient Pottery
Barakat Gallery Store
Africa | Jar Depicting Twins from the Nok culture of Nigeria | 500 BC to 200 AD | Terracotta
Research continues into 3000 year-old Nok culture of sub-Saharan Africa Antiquities
A Sub-Saharan Archaeological Puzzle: Mystery Of Enigmatic Nok Culture | MessageToEagle.com
Research continues into 3000 year-old Nok culture of sub-Saharan Africa
Nigeria; Nok peoples Elephant head Clay H. 19 cm (7 1/2") National Museum, Jos, Nigeria, N291.1 Photo by Dirk Bakker Nigerian Culture
Archiving Art & Life in Africa
Nigeria; Nok peoples Elephant head Clay H. 19 cm (7 1/2") National Museum, Jos, Nigeria, N291.1 Photo by Dirk Bakker
Figure: Head Stone Sculptures
Figure: Head | Sapi peoples | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Figure: Head