N’Ko Script

N’Ko script is a writing system used to write several West African languages, including Bambara, Mandinka, and Susu. It is an alphabet script, with each symbol representing a consonant or vowel sound, and is written from right to left. #writing #system Position in the diagram of Africanity: #TangibleAfricanity

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N’Ko Script of West Africa

The N’Ko script is a script created in the 1940s by a Guinean man named Solomana Kante. It is an alphabet script, meaning that each symbol represents a consonant or vowel sound, and it is used to write various languages of West Africa, including Bambara, Mandinka, and Fulfulde. #created #guinean Position in the diagram of…

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Nama matjieshuis

Nama matjieshuis is a traditional architectural style found in Namibia, characterized by its use of a traditional grass roof and mud walls. The matjieshuis was used by the Nama people as a temporary shelter when traveling. #traditional #architectural

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Namaqua hunting

Namaqua hunting is a traditional practice from the Namaqua people of Southern Africa, characterized by their knowledge of animal behavior and their use of traditional hunting methods for food and cultural practices. #traditional #practice Position in the diagram of Africanity: #ConcreteAfricology

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Namaqualand flower festivals

Namaqualand flower festivals are traditional festivals from the Nama people of Southern Africa, characterized by their celebration of the annual blooming of wildflowers in the region. #traditional #nama

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Namibian himba hairstyle

The Himba people of Namibia have a distinct hairstyle where hair is braided and covered with a mixture of red ochre, butter, and herbs to create a vibrant, red-orange color. #people #namibia

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Namibian marula beer brewing

Namibian marula beer brewing is a traditional brewing practice used to create a fermented beer from the marula fruit, often consumed during cultural celebrations and ceremonies. #traditional #practice Position in the diagram of Africanity: #ConcreteAfricology

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Namibian traditional midwifery

In Namibia, traditional midwives are highly respected for their knowledge and skills in assisting women during childbirth, using a combination of traditional and modern methods. #namibia #midwives Position in the diagram of Africanity: #ConcreteAfricology

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Naming ceremonies

A cultural practice in which a child is given a name that reflects their family’s heritage, culture, or values. #cultural #practice Position in the diagram of Africanity: #ConcreteAfricology

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