From a photograph taken among the Bateke tribe, Central Africa, representing a orchestral group.
Nupe woman around 1878. Nupe (also called Nufe or Nyfe) was once a tributary empire to the Sultan of Gwandu, in central Niger
Habit of a Woman of Africa in 1581 from Habitus Variarum. Africaine
Chief of Mamboya, with his son and witch doctor. Usagara, Tanzania
Zulu Warrior and Kraal. South Africa 1899. Wedding dance, ornaments utensils, interior hut.
Costume of Gambia.
Historical Berber costumes. Morocco, 1862.
Adoo Quamina in war dress, a captain and courtier to the Ashanti king at Coomassie (Kumasi).
The paintings of the Bushmen in South Africa by Dr. Otto Mosaik. Berlin 1910. Edited by Dietrich Reimer (Ernst Fosen).
The beginning of modern historiography in South Africa is set to 6 April 1652, when the Dutchman Jan van Riebeeck on behalf of the Dutch East India Company established a supply station at the Cape of Good Hope.