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Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali c.1300s

Mansa Musa

illustration of angus mcbride showing Mansa Musa. One of the greatest emperors of the Malian Empire. He is the wealthiest man who ever lived. He came to power in He is credited with the Golden Age of Mali.

American Indians, Afro, Native American Indians

Types et costumes: Arabe Mendiant, Négresse De Biskra et Femme D´El Kantara

Gallery of old and antique prints and views from all over the world - Algeria. Original wood engraving, engraved by Hildibrand after G.

Black History Heroes: The African Renaissance Monument in Dakar, Senegal

The African Renaissance Monument, Senegal, Africa. The African Renaissance Monument, also referred as Monument to the Afric.

Concept for Masud in his older/older age. Looked a lot like his father (1895 King of the Mossi)

Wobogo, the Moro Naba, or king of the Mossi (Burkina Faso), to the French captain Restenave in

artist's impression of scene from benin empire

illustration of angus mcbride showing an oba (king) of the benin empire in the great capital city of Ile-Ibinu during a ceremony

Along the coast of West Africa in the C19th and early C20th Yoruba people were often called “Aku” after their typical greeting “E ku …”

Circa Along the coast of West Africa in the and early Yoruba people were often called “Aku” after their typical greeting “E ku …” -- I love the way she's sitting, unafraid to take up the space she deserves!

His Royal Majesty Alayeluwa  Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Atanda Adeyemi III (Iku Baba Yeye), Alaafin of Oyo is the Permanent Chairman, Oyo State Council of Traditional Rulers. A former insurance executive, he became the 43rd Alaafin of Oyo in 1970. A well-learned man and a custodian of the Yoruba culture, he attended St Gregory’s College Lagos 1954-59 and remains one of the most influential monarchs in Nigeria.

His Majesty Oba Lamidi Adeyemi - The Alaafin of Oyo - Collection @ The Royal Palace, Oyo, Nigeria Oil on canvas, x Painted by John Howard Sanden

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