National Geographic : 1935 Jun
HER MONEY HAS GONE TO HER HEAD This Diakanke maiden has fastened several European coins together and made them part of her fantastic coiffure. A rope of smaller coins serves as a necklace. SCENT BOTTLES, BELLS, AND LIMES BEDECK HER THROAT The Koniagui girl also wears several ropes ofglass beads. Her body has been marked with decorative scarification, and she has ahead protector of beaten bark for carrying heavy loads.