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File:Court of Loango.png

  • Motive: A seventeenth-century European depiction of the court of the ruler of Loango.
  • Source: From O. Dapper, Description de l'Afrique, 1686. In Phyllis M. Martin and Patrick O'Meara (eds.) (1995). Africa third edition. Indiana University Press and James Currey. ISBN 0253209846 and ISBN 0852552300. Page 89, plate 16. Photo courtesy of the Lilly Library of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Indiana University.
  • License: Public Domain, because of age.

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