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Dogon Staff (N° 22546)
The prestigious domolo crosier worn by Dogon men on their shoulders and sometimes found on altars and in binu sanctuaries recalls the insignia of the yona association. , the Yo domolo , or even Yo dyommodo , which forms the emblem of the "ritual thieves". These hoe-shaped emblems evoke a horse's head, the primordial animal of creation.
Ritual patina, residual encrustations. Desication cracks.
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The Dogon are a people renowned for their cosmogony, their esotericism, their myths and legends. Their population is estimated at around 300,000 souls living in the southwest of the Niger bend in the Mopti region of Mali. The Dogon blacksmiths form an endogamous caste called irim
They now produce weapons, tools, and also work with wood.
"Masters of fire", they are also supposed to heal burns (Huib Blom).
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|Origin||collection Patrick Malisse|
|Estimated dating||1ère halfxx°|
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