~DKK ~ Latest African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion.

~DKK ~ Latest African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion.

West African royalty; note the symbols adorning the headdress, similar to that of Hathor, as well the African Ankh apparent on the staff.

West African royalty; note the symbols adorning the headdress, similar to that of Hathor, as well the African Ankh apparent on the staff.

"Queen of Kings": Empress Zewditu I and with one of her most favored priests, between 1916 and 1930

"Queen of Kings": Empress Zewditu I and with one of her most favored priests, between 1916 and 1930

AFRICAN KINGS by International Photographer James C. Lewis | King Askia Muhammad I (1443 – 1538), born Muhammad Ture ou Mohamed Toure in Futa Tooro, later called Askia, also known as Askia the Great, was an emperor, military commander, and political reformer of the Songhai Empire in the late 15th century, the successor of Sunni Ali Beer. Askia Muhammad strengthened his country and made it the largest country in West Africa's history | Model: David Ferrell.

AFRICAN KINGS by International Photographer James C. Lewis | King Askia Muhammad I (1443 – 1538), born Muhammad Ture ou Mohamed Toure in Futa Tooro, later called Askia, also known as Askia the Great, was an emperor, military commander, and political reformer of the Songhai Empire in the late 15th century, the successor of Sunni Ali Beer. Askia Muhammad strengthened his country and made it the largest country in West Africa's history | Model: David Ferrell.

Future king and queen I don't know who they are or where they are from, but it's a beautiful picture.

Future king and queen I don't know who they are or where they are from, but it's a beautiful picture.

Austrian photographer Alfred Weidinger captures the essence of African Royalty through his five year project known as "The last kings of Africa." So far, Weidinger has photographed 220 tribal kings and leaders, with many more to go. Weidinger had no definitive guide to help him locate all of Africa's royals and tribal leaders. Armed with only two cameras and a tripod, his trips were mostly improvised.

The last kings of Africa - CNN.com

Austrian photographer Alfred Weidinger captures the essence of African Royalty through his five year project known as "The last kings of Africa." So far, Weidinger has photographed 220 tribal kings and leaders, with many more to go. Weidinger had no definitive guide to help him locate all of Africa's royals and tribal leaders. Armed with only two cameras and a tripod, his trips were mostly improvised.

Anna Karabo Mots’oeneng, later Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso, on her wedding day with King Letsie III, February 18, 2000 in the Lesotho Capi...

Anna Karabo Mots’oeneng, later Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso, on her wedding day with King Letsie III, February 18, 2000 in the Lesotho Capi...

Hot Shots: These Amazing Pictures Of African Kings By James C. Lewis Will Blow You Away | FashionGHANA.com: 100% African Fashion

Hot Shots: These Amazing Pictures Of African Kings By James C. Lewis Will Blow You Away | FashionGHANA.com: 100% African Fashion

Lagos-based photojournalist George Osodi captures Nigerian royalty in all its brightly colored glory, combining traditional kinglike regalia...

Did You Know Nigerian Royalty Still Exists? (And Is Visually Gorgeous)

Lagos-based photojournalist George Osodi captures Nigerian royalty in all its brightly colored glory, combining traditional kinglike regalia...

Africa | Last queen of Rwanda, Rosalie Gicanda, married King Mutara Rudahigwa (Mutara II) in 1942. Mutara was a Tutsi tribesman | Photographer and date of this photo unknown.

Africa | Last queen of Rwanda, Rosalie Gicanda, married King Mutara Rudahigwa (Mutara II) in 1942. Mutara was a Tutsi tribesman | Photographer and date of this photo unknown.

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