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Deutsch: Gedenkkopf einer Königinmutter ioyba, Nigeria, Königreich Benin, frühes 16. Jh., Geschützbronze; Afrikaabteilung, Ethnologisches Museum, Berlin, Inv. Nr. III C 12507 (Sammlung Theodor Francke, erworben 1901)
English: Head of a queen mother ioyba, Nigeria, Kingdom of Benin, early 16th century, gun bronze; Africa department, Ethnological Museum, Berlin, Germany, Inv. No. III C 12507 (collection Theodor Francke, acquired in 1901)
Date 20 March 2011
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