MBARI

May also refer to a type of house from the Igbo tribe in Africa. Typically, the house is filled with clay sculptures and paintings. These houses are set up to honor the community deities of the Igbo tribe. ...
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mbari

(from the article `African architecture`) ...common, though, like the fetish house of the Asante, with its rooms for orchestra and officiating priest, these may be similar to the dwelling ... ...objects are made, including musical instruments, doors, stools, mirror frames, trays for offering kola nuts to guests, dolls, and a variety of ...
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mbari

(from the article `Kikuyu`) ...of security. The economic advantages of village settlement and land consolidation led many Kikuyu to continue this arrangement after the emergency ...
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Mbari

[art] Mbari is a visual art form practiced by the Igbo people in southeast Nigeria consisting of a sacred house constructed as a propitiatory rite. Mbari houses of the Owerri-Igbo, which are large opened-sided square planned shelters contain many life-sized, painted figures (sculpted in mud to appease the Alusi (deity) and Ala, the earth go...
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