Old drawing of a Mefuvha board drawn by H. J. R. Murray (1868-1955) in 1951 after an old photo, which was first published by Hugh A. Stayt (1899-1964) in his ethnographic work "The Bavenda" in 1931. No other illustration of this remarkable board is known to exist.
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