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X70.132 Ifa divination Tray


Object Name: Ifa divination Tray
Place of Origin: Nigeria
Cultural Group: Yoruba peoples
Materials Used: Wood
Date: 1970
Dimensions: L: 38.1 cm, H: 42.5 cm (L: 15 in, H: 16.7 in)
Credit line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X70.132

Drewal, H., Mason, J. (1998). “Beads, Body, and Soul – Art and Light in the Yoruba Universe”, Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History. page 202
Ifa divination tray in which the interlace motif is rendered by two entwined snakes or one snake doubled back on itself.

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