A diverse blend of cultures live in this wonderful world.
The remains of Goose House at Kayung village. The frontal pole, which illustrates the myth of the lazy son-in-law, is now in the British Museum. Photograph by Richard Maynard, 1884.
Bwami Maskette: Four Sets of Eyes, 19th–20th century Democratic Republic of the Congo Lega peoples Bone
Kneeling Female Figure,stone,16th cent Mexica culture (aztec) MET
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Frog Pole (Tlingit) by Hastiin Tilden
Coatlicue, (Nahuatl: “Serpent Skirt”) Coatlicue Aztec earth goddess, symbol of the earth as both creator and destroyer, mother of the gods and mortals... ~D~
Edward Sheriff Curtis Kwakwaka’wakw Man Wearing a Wooden Tluwulahu Mask, Alaska 1914