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English: Character laying one's chin on one's knee. Nok sculpture. Terracotta, 6th century BC–6th century CE, Nigeria.
Français : Personnage reposant son menton sur son genou, sculpture de la civilisation Nok. Terre cuite, VIe siècle av. J.-C.–VIe siècle ap. J.-C., Nigéria.
|Dimensions||H. 38 cm (14 ¾ in.)|
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|Credit line||Deposit of the Federal Republic of Nigeria|
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