The word azande means "the people who possess much land." This relates to their history as conquering warriors. The Zande migrated during the 18th century from Sudan to the northern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, settling on the banks of the Uele River. Zande sculptures represent ancestors or animal figures with simplified features and enlarged heads. The mani association celebrates the importance of woman and uses statuette called yanda. These statues are associated with the highest rank of the secret Mani society. This wonderful statue would be a great addition to your home and collection.
Very good condition.
12 Inches Tall
4 Inches Wide
4 Inches Deep
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