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Koma-Bulsa

James Anquandah

Koma-Bulsa

its art and archaeology

by James Anquandah

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Published by Istituto italiano per l"Africa e l"Oriente in [Roma] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Koma (Sudanese and Ethiopian people) -- Antiquities.,
  • Builsa (African people) -- Antiquities.,
  • Terra-cotta figurines -- Ghana.,
  • Ghana -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-186).

    StatementJames Anquandah.
    SeriesStudi e ricerche -- 14, Studi e ricerche (Istituto italiano per l"Africa e l"Oriente)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT515.45.K66 A57 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination186 p. :
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21594590M

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Read koma bulsa online, read in mobile or Kindle. eBook for Scaricare Download Book PDF Full a lawyer from the Koma village of Yikpabongo. The main focus of the book is the social, political and economic structure of the Koma, as well as their.

The present book comprises some of the results of author Franz Kroger's surveys during six field research trips between and It is also based on Koma-Bulsa book profound knowledge of the co-author, Ben Baluri Saibu, a lawyer from the Koma village of Yikpabongo.

The main focus of the book is the social, political and economic structure of the Koma. Koma-Bulsa: Its Arts and Archaeology. This book discuses the history, society, geography, contemporary art forms and the ancient terracotta artworks of Komaland, located on the border between the Northern Koma-Bulsa book and the Upper West Region of Ghana.

This geographical area comprised of a number of settlements including Barisi, Dabozesi, Koma. Buy Koma-Bulsa: Its art and archaeology (Studi e ricerche) by Anquandah, James (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James Anquandah.

Professor James Kwesi Anquandah is one of the earliest and longest serving Koma-Bulsa book archaeologists. He was born on Ap and obtained a Cambridge School Certificate from the Achimota School in Accra, Ghana, in and Cambridge Higher School Certificate in Istituto italiano per l'Africa e l'Oriente Publisher - 37 works / 1 ebook.

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See more ideas about African art, African and Art pins. - Seated Figure male, Culture Koma-Bulsa, Ghana, north Komaland. - Seated Figure male, Culture Koma-Bulsa, Ghana, north Komaland. Schütze dich und bleib gesund. Bitte wasche dir oft die Hände und setze das Social Distancing um.

Außerdem kannst du dir unsere Ressourcen zur Bewältigung dieser außergewöhnlichen Zeit. James Anquandah published a book entitled “Koma-Bulsa. Its Art and Archaeology”(Rome). Although a few of his interpretations may be doubted (cf.

Kröger’s review ), this is certainly the most extensive publication on the terracottas. The Koma terracotta pieces appear on the ICOM Red List. A Tribute to Professor James Robert Kwesi Anquandah, the Indigenous Trailblazer of Ghanaian Archaeology Article (PDF Available) in Contemporary Journal of African Studies 5(1).

From words to ritual objects / Christiane Owusu-Sarpong --Ancient Akan funerary portraits / Nii Otokunor Quarcoopome --The arts of Koma-Bulsa / James Robert Anquandah --Akan metal art / Timothy F. Garrard --Glimpses into Ghana's past / Ivor Wilks --The origins of Ghana / Peter Lewis Shinnie --Royal power and insignia in Asante / C.

Owusu. Main Menu. Home; Categories; About; Search. Request PDF | Fragmentary Ancestors. Medicine, Bodies, and Personhood in a Koma Mound, Northern Ghana | Excavation of a single mound at Yikpabongo, Koma.

Photographe Toulousain né en Eric Lafforgue a pris le virus des voyages depuis sa petite enfance, avec un goût prononcé pour les contrées lointaines et difficiles d'accès.

En il décide de joindre l'utile à l'agréable et ajoute à sa passion des voyages celle de la photographie, en commençant à vendre des images à des magazines tels Geo, National Geographic, Lonely. Abstract. Excavation of a single mound at Yikpabongo, Koma Land, northern Ghana, recovered a significant assemblage of ceramic figurines and figurine parts radiocarbon dated to the early second millennium than haphazard deposition of waste materials, the contextual arrangements suggest meaningful intention, and that the mound might have been a Cited by: 9.

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Ghanaian spiritual life, which accords special importance to relations with the deceased, has fostered the production of anthropomorphic terracottas, such as those unearthed at Koma-Bulsa and those of the Akan groups.

Today's researchers posses descriptions of the latter dating from as early as Title: African Terracotta Equestrian Sculpture, Ghana, th AD Century, Status: ON HOLD, Category: Fine Art:Sculpture, Store: Avant-Garde Gallery, Description: Exceptional antique African Tribal Art terracotta sculpture representing a rider on his horse.

It dates back from the 14th th century AD and its dating has been confirmed by a thermoluminescence. Review of J. Anquandah: Koma - Bulsa. Its Art and Archaeology (). In: Arts d'Afrique Noire, no. Franz Kröger and Ben Baluri Saibu () First Notes on Koma Culture - Life in a Remote Area of Northern Ghana.

LIT Verlag Münster ( pp.) Kröger, Franz () — Die Komaland Terrakotten.The book has been opened and read, but there are no defects to the book, jacket or 50 / EUR 47 / Erde und Erz (no reserve price) Jahre Afrikanische Kunst aus Terrakotta und MetallH 28 cm. B 22 cm. - Karl-Ferdinand Schaedler / Arman Duchâteau- Till Förster / Rudolf Mack- Günter Kuhn / Natalie Schaedler- Klaus.Koma-Bulsa: Its Art and Archaeology.

His scholastic endeavours were not limited to the classroom. He practised public archaeology by bringing cultural heritage issues to the doorstep and dinner tables of Ghanaians. He achieved this through his duties as programmes officer of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation and senior.