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NATIVE
SOUTH AFRICA
NORTH AMERICA
MIDDLE EAST
LATIN AMERICA
TRIBAL ARTS
WEST AFRICA
ALGERIA
AMERICA SOUTH
AMERICA CARIBBEAN
CONTINENT
ASIA
GHANA
BENIN
NORTH AFRICA
AFRICAN
SOUTHERN AFRICA
TRIBAL AFRICA
OCEANIA
ZAIRE
EAST AFRICA
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Definitions

  1. Africa is a land of beauty. (Web site)
  2. Africa is a fast-changing continent.

Native

  1. An introduction to the arts of the native peoples of Africa, Oceania, Pre-Columbia and North America.
  2. A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. -- Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander.
  3. These engaging stories were gathered from native tribes of Africa, a compilation of tales published in many other books, edited and smoothed by Paul Radin.

South Africa

  1. This work (Sol Plaatje, Native Life in South Africa) is out of copyright, but see the Project Gutenberg legal notice.

North America

  1. Survey of traditional masks and sculpture of the tribal peoples of North America, Africa, Asia, Indonesia, and Oceania.
  2. Each program presents a contemporary look at the magnificent cities and countries of Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America.

Middle East

  1. Other participants include 60 teams from America, 120 teams from Europe, 25 teams from Oceania and 30 teams from Africa and the Middle East.

Latin America

  1. The Museum celebrates the world's diverse cultures and rich visual arts, especially those of Africa, Asia, Oceania, Native and Latin America.

Tribal Arts

  1. Africa Direct- A variety of African tribal art, with good cultural information on many of the objects.

West Africa

  1. The influence of Morocco, though fading, is still felt especially in Muslim West Africa (Mali and Senegal) (1). (Web site)

Algeria

  1. Yorubas: Africans that came from what is now the country of Nigeria in Africa.
  2. Roger Chennells is the lawyer for the tribal bushmen, who number 100,000 across South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and Angola.

America South

  1. Cape Town is the jewel in South Africa’s crown.
  2. Nelson Mandela leads celebration of democracy in South Africa.
  3. Things that have happened in Zimbabwe have yet to happen in South Africa. (Web site)
  4. The Swazi Tribe from Swaziland, South Africa, use anklets made from cocoons of Argema mimosae.
  5. Johannesburg is not South Africa’s most beautiful city—it lacks open spaces, and its many mine dumps aren’t very attractive.

America Caribbean

  1. AFRICA: All countries on the continent of Africa and adjacent islands are eligible.
  2. Particular attention to African religions in the Americas and the history and impact of Islam and Christianity in Africa.
  3. Africa Watch features a growing collection of essays and links on Africa and the entire African Diaspora, including African-America and the Caribbean.

Continent

  1. Chief Africa: Yes, but you people stimulate crises and wars in order to divide and rule the continent indirectly. (Web site)
  2. It is in this regard that my optimism for Africa has to be tempered, given the resurgence of violent conflicts in many parts of the continent. (Web site)

Asia

  1. Ancient and ethnographic arts from the Americas, Africa, Asia and Indonesia. (Web site)
  2. Purabudaya On-line magazine of the arts and cultures of Asia, Africa, Americas and Oceania. Articles, news and galleries.
  3. But while it increased in Oceania by 240, in America by 62 and in Europe by 21, it dropped by 1,591 in Asia and by 121 in Africa. (Web site)

Ghana

  1. The Zulu Tribe from Natal, South Africa, make extensive use of Argema mimosae cocoons to make anklets.
  2. Mpumalanga, formerly known as the Eastern Transvaal, is one of South Africa's top tourist destinations. (Web site)
  3. Ghana and Kenya are far poorer than South Africa, and the temptation to emigrate for a better life is even stronger.
  4. Description: Information on projects, festivals and membership. Part of the University of Natal in Durban, South Africa.

Benin

  1. The Edo-speaking people are the indigenous people of western Africa, in the Benin region of southern Nigeria.
  2. Casting a Fishing Net Benin and Togo are small adjacent countries in the southernmost part of West Africa, on the coastline with the South Atlantic Ocean. (Web site)

North Africa

  1. Take your students to the lands of the Middle East and North Africa.
  2. About 25 species worldwide, found from Europe to east Asia and as far south as north Africa.
  3. Caravans from North Africa crossed the Sahara beginning in the seventh century of the Common Era. (Web site)
  4. Southwest Asia and North Africa, (particularly Egypt) are the responsibility of anthropology funding.

African

  1. African ethnonyms : index to art-producing peoples of Africa.
  2. Over two-thirds (68%) of central Africa's rainforests is in such tracts.
  3. In Africa, slave trade stimulated the expansion of powerful West African kingdoms.
  4. The Africa Art Gallery offers one of the finest selections of South African art available.
  5. Defence Counsel: I put it to you, Chief Africa, that your demand for reparations lacks merit. (Web site)

Southern Africa

  1. The only species native to southern Africa is Geum capense. Leucosidea.
  2. Anglophone Africa is one of the best documented colonial ventures in world history.
  3. But several viverrids (mongoose relatives) inhabit Madagascar, which is off the coast of southern Africa.

Tribal Africa

  1. Setting and cultural adaptation of sub-Saharan Africa.
  2. Includes a map of subSaharan Africa, and essays on divination.
  3. Ask the students why people in Africa eat okra more than we do. (Web site)
  4. La native forest Africa est la branche africaine de la Native Forest Network.
  5. Papers on the development of sculptural art in Africa, from preiron age to modern.

Oceania

  1. It will not cover all the arts of all the peoples of Africa, Oceania, and the Native Americas.
  2. It is the home of the Sainsbury Research Unit, which focuses on postgraduate study of Oceania, Africa and the Americas.
  3. Survey of the religions of the world, including religions originating in the Near East, India, China, Japan, Africa, and Native America.

Zaire

  1. This shape also turns up on the west coast of Africa among the Teke and Mangbetu of Zaire.
  2. Among his other titles are Killing Mister Watson; On the River Styx; and Shadows of Africa, which includes his essays on Africa from South Sudan to Zaire.

East Africa

  1. Based on Bantu with strong Arabic influences, Swahili was the main language in East Africa.
  2. AfricaOnline is a source for contemporary issues in Africa, featuring news stories and articles.
  3. For example, when I traveled in Ethiopia, Kenya and along the coast of East Africa I collected beads. (Web site)
  4. Early in WWI, he broke a new Boer uprising and from 1916 served successfully as commanding general in the campaign against German East Africa.

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