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Yoruba Religious Textiles: Essays in Honour of Cornelius Oyeleke Adepegba

Elisha Renne and B. Agbaje-Williams
Ibadan: Book Builders

Yoruba Religious Textiles is a collection of ten studies of the significance of cloth in religious worship among the Yoruba people of Nigeria. The authors of these chapters examine the various ways that Yoruba designers and religious practitioners use textiles to represent religious, philosophical, and aesthetic beliefs. This book highlights the importance and primacy of cloth as an art form for the Yoruba. (Out of print)

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