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African Nok Terracotta Head Fragment w/ Bulbed
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African Nok Terracotta Head Fragment w/ Bulbed Coiffure: Africa, Northern Nigeria, Nok, ca. 500 BCE to 200 CE. A handsome terracotta head from one of...

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