FACIAL MARKS IN YORUBALAND

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  • This electronic book is a piece of detailed information about facial marks in Yorubaland. It addresses everything related to this particular culture with lots of pictural representations
  • Facial marks are one of the tribal marks; a part of the Yoruba culture usually inscribed on the face by burning or cutting of the skin during childhood.
  • The primary function of the tribal marks is for identification of a person’s tribe, family or patrilineal heritage.
  • The other secondary functions of the facial marks are symbols of beauty, Yoruba creativity, healing, spiritual protection and keeping mischievous children alive (ila Abiku).

 

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