Name: Shigokho Mabule
This warrior is wearing the ceremonial dress of a basketry headdress decked with skin and feathers. His cloak is of leopard skin. It was customary for the men to pull out four of the lower incisors. The common explanation for this custom is that, in case of tetanus, the victim could be kept alive by being fed through the gap.
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Height: 22¾" (58cm)
Width: 17¼" (44cm)
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