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Akan art is renowned for the tradition of crafting bronze gold weights, using the lost-wax...
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|current||09:43, February 26, 2012||374 × 241 (64 KB)||Mr Mancala||==Description== Weight in the shape of an Oware board Copyright: Copyright British Empire Commonwealth Museum, Bristol Object ID:1998/130/128 ==Source== [http://discoveringbristol.org.uk/browse/slavery/category/enslaved-people/P530/ Discovering|