Africa | Dogon hunter wearing a traditional tunic; they display the skulls of hunted animals on their tunics. Dogon country, Mali | ©marsoyann, via flickr

A fantastic and authentic Dogon hunters tunic and hat, covered in an array of trophy's and objects of protection (animal skulls, bird feet, mirrors and bones etc).

Africa | Young man dressed in traditional attire.  Sangha, Dogon Country, Mali | ©Nigel Pavitt

A young man dressed in traditional Dogon attire. The unusual hat is peculiar to the Dogon people.

Dogon Masked Dancers Dogon County in Mali, West Africa

Dogon Masked Dancers Dogon County in Mali, West Africa

Africa | Masquerader/Dancer from the Dogon people of Mali | ©Sarah J Design & Photography

Africa | Masquerader/Dancer from the Dogon people of Mali | ©Sarah J Design & Photography

Mali Dancers - Africa

Dogon dancer with monkey mask & spear symbolizing a hunter, Mali, Africa.

Africa | Kanaga masqueraders from the Dogon people of Mali | ©Frans Devriese

The Dogon are an ethnic group in Mali. Their population is between people. They're best know for their mask dances, wooden sculptures and architecture. They believe in several gods, but one main god, Amma.

The precise  origin of the Dogon,  like those of many other ancient cultures, is undetermined. Their civilization just emerged, in much th...

The precise origin of the Dogon, like those of many other ancient cultures, is undetermined. Their civilization just emerged, in much th...

Africa | Divination object from the Bambara or Dogon people of Mali | Multitude of sticks held together with leather, with various objects such as bones, cowrie shells, seeds, hair, fur and other objects hanging from the ends

Divination object from the Bambara or Dogon people of Mali

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