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Old 2nd April 2020, 09:35 AM   #1
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I can't answer in the forum to thank . I also wanted to ask for information for these two spears at the bottom, the first one looks like a ceremony spear, while the long one for an aquatic fishing ..... right? Congo? many, many thanks. Oriano
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Yes Congo and appear to be Ngbandi probably other peoples too.
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Yes Congo and appear to be Ngbandi probably other peoples too.


Many thanks for the info.
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