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|Credit Line:||Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Hill II, 1997|
Kepelie mask. Traces of red and white pigment on surface, a smaller head protrudes from the top of the head. Eyeslit. Both mouth and ears protrude. Decorative carvings on the forehead, in shape of an M. Both eyebrows and ears are carved forming lines. Two protrusions of wood, one from each side, above mouth. Plus, two more come from the side, by mouth area, directed downward. Holes on side, to be worn as a mask. Worn at ceremonies related to the Poro Society.
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