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Fragmento de tejido de Paracas, llano suelo de la armadura negro cubierto de bordado fino tallo-puntada que representa dos figuras imitador

Paracas textile fragment, black plain weave ground covered in fine stem-stitch embroidery depicting two impersonator figures, both shown frontally b.

Africa | Nupe doors, from Nigeria, are embellished with reliefs of animals, objects and symbols. Made of joined plank-like panels, they probably communicated messages, invoked spirits or gods and brought status to their owners. © Tim Hamill

Africa | Nupe doors, from Nigeria, are embellished with reliefs of animals, objects and symbols. Made of joined plank-like panels, they probably communicated messages, invoked spirits or gods and brought status to their owners. © Tim Hamill

Africa | Yoruba (Nigeria) doors, often made by well-known carvers for prestigious homes and palaces, usually have strong figurative carving in deep relief. This one retains most of its original paint as well | © Tim Hamill

In this story, tradition is very important especially to Okonkwo. He wants to keep the traditions going, and not change his views or the rules of the village.