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Peavy, D., (2009). Kings, Magic, & Medicine, Raleigh-Durham: Lulu Publishing. The book is about the influence of Traditional African (Edo) Medicine on the Great Benin kingdom.

Abiodun, Rowland, Henry John Drewal, et al., Eds. (1994). The Yoruba
artist: new theoretical perspectives on African arts. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press. [Y]

Aisien, Ekhaguosa (1986). Iwu, the body markings of the Edo people. Benin
City, Aisien Publishers. [Y]

Aisien, Ekhaguosa (1991). Erediauwa, Prince of Benin. Benin City, Nigeria,
Aisien Publishers. [N]

Aisien, Ekhaguosa (1995). Benin city: the Edo state capital. Benin City,
Aisien Publishers. [N]

Akpata, A (1937). ?Notes on Altars and Bronze Heads of Benin.? Ethnologia
Cranmorensis 1: 5-10. [N]

Ankerman, Bernhard (1922). ?Gemusterte Raphiagwebe vom Untern Niger.?
Baessler Archiv 6: 204-206. [N]

Anonymous (1947). ?Benin Ebony Carvers.? Nigerian Field 12(2): 83. [X]

Anonymous (1987). ?Illicit traffic: stolen objects.? Museum 56: 300-303. [N]

Anonymous (1997). ?Praise songs to Oba Ovonramwen.? African Arts 30(3): 42-43. [Y]

Babayemi, S. O. (1979). ?The Oyo, Ife, Benin Relationship Reconsidered.?
African Notes 8(2): 15-26. [X]

Bacon, Reginald Hugh Spencer (1897). Benin, the city of blood. London, New
York,, Arnold. [N]
Balfour, Henry (1903). ?Thunderbolds from Benin.? Man 3. [N]

Barkan, Elazar (1997). ?Aesthetics and evolution: Benin art in Europe.?
African Arts 30(3): 36-41, 92-93. [Y]

Barnes, Sandra J. and Paula Ben-Amos (1983). ?Benin, Oyo and Dahomey:
Warfare, State Building and Sacralization of Iron in
West African History.? Expedition 25(2): 5-15. [Y]

Barnes, Sandra T., Ed. (1989). Africa’s Ogun: Old World and New.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press. [Y]

Barnes, Sandra T. and Paula Ben-Amos (1989). Ogun: the empire builder.
Africa’s Ogun: old world and new. Sandra T. Barnes.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press: 39-64. [Y]

Becroft, Captain (1841). ?On Benin and the Upper Course of the river
Quorra, or Niger, and Account of a Bisit to the Capital of Benin
in the Delta of the Kwárá or Niger, in the year 1838.? Journal of ther
Royal Geographical Society 11: 184-192. [X]

Ben-Amos, Daniel (1967). ?Story Telling in Benin.? African Arts 1(1): 54-59. [N]

Ben-Amos, Daniel (1978). The Modern Local Historian in Africa. Folklore in
the Modern World. Richard Dorson. The Hague, Mouton: 327-343. [X]

Ben-Amos, Daniel (1987). ?Animals in Edo Visual and Verbal Arts.? Word &
Image 3(3): 296-303. [X]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1971). Social change in the organization of wood carving
in Benin City, Nigeria. Anthropology. Bloomington, Indiana University : 305 l. [N]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1973). ?Symbolism in Olokun Mud Art.? African Arts 6(4):
28-31, 95. [X]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1975). Professionals and Amateurs in Benin Court Carving.
African Images: essays in African iconology.
Daniel F. McCall and Edna G. Bay. Boston, Boston University Press: 170-189. [N]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1976). ‘A la Recherche du Temps Perdu’: On Being an
Ebony-Carver in Benin. Ethnic and Tourist Arts: cultural
expressions from the Fourth World. Nelson H. H. Graburn. Berkeley,
University of California Press: 320-333. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1976). ?Men and Animals in Benin Art.? Man N.S. 2(2):
243-252. [X] > >Ben-Amos, Paula (1977). Benin Cloth, Brass and Beads. Columbia University
Seminar on Primitive and Pre-Columbian Art- African Topics. [X]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1977). ?Pidgin Languages and Tourist Arts.? Studies in the
Anthropology of Visual Communication 4(2): >128-139. [X]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1978). ?Owina N’Ido: Royal Weavers of Benin.? African Arts
11(4): 48-53, 95. [X]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1980). The Art of Benin. New York, Thames and Hudson. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1981). “There are Three Things in the Palace that are
threatening”: royal ritual symbolism in Benin. Seminar
on Visual Art as Social Commentary in Africa, School of Oriental and
African Studies, University of London. [N]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1983). In Honor of Queen Mothers. The Art of power, the
power of art: studies in Benin iconography. Paula
Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of California Los Angeles. Museum of
Cultural History. Los Angeles, Museum of Cultural
History UCLA: 79-83. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1983). Introduction: history and art in Benin. The Art of
power, the power of art: studies in Benin iconography.
Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of California Los Angeles.
Museum of Cultural History. Los Angeles, Museum of
Cultural History UCLA: 13-16. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1983). The Powers of Kings: symbolism of a Benin
ceremonial stool. The Art of power, the power of art: studies
in Benin iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of
California Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural History. Los
Angeles, Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 51-58. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1983). ?Who is the Man in the Bowler Hat? Emblems of
Identity in Benin Royal Art.? Baessler Archive 31: 162-183. [X]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1984). Royal Art and Ideology in Eighteenth-Century Benin.
Iowa Studies in African Art, vol. 1. Christopher D.
Roy. Des Moines, School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa: 67-86. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1986). ?Artistic Creativity in the Benin Kingdom.? African
Arts 19(3): 60-63, 83-84. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula (1995). The art of Benin. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian
Institution Press. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula, Arnold Rubin, et al., Eds. (1983). The Art of power, the
power of art: studies in Benin iconography. Monograph
series /Museum of Cultural History, UCLA ; no. 19. Los Angeles, Museum of
Cultural History UCLA. [Y]

Ben-Amos, Paula Girshick (1991). ?A Note on a Lost Woodcarving Tradition
From the Benin Kingdom (Research Note).? African
Arts 24(2): 76-78, 92. [Y]

See also Girshick Ben-Amos, Paula (1999)

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1983). Reading a Royal Altar Tusk. The Art of
Power, The Power of Art: studies in Benin Iconography.
Arnold Rubin and Paula Ben-Amos. Los Angles, Museum of Cultural History,
UCLA: 59-70. [Y(X)]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1983). Remembering the Warrior Kings. The Art of
power, the power of art: studies in Benin
iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of California Los
Angeles. Museum of Cultural History. Los Angeles,
Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 49-50. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1983). Wall Plaque of a Junior Titleholder
Carrying an Ekpokin. The Art of power, the power of art:
studies in Benin iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University
of California Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural History.
Los Angeles, Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 84-86. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1984). Art as Statecraft: A King’s Justification
in Ivory: a carved tusk from Benin. Genève, Musée
Barbier-Müller. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1984). The iconography of carved altar tusks
from Benin, Nigeria. Art and Art History. Los Angeles,
University of California, Los Angeles : 3 v. (xxiv, 695 leaves). [N]

Blackmun, Barbara W. (1987). ?Royal and Nonroyal Benin: Distinctions in
Igbesanmwan Ivory Carving.? Iowa Studies in African Art 2: 81-115. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara W. (1988). ?From Trader to Priest in Two Hundred Years:
The Transformation of a Foreign Figure on Benin
Ivories.? Art Journal 47(2): 128-138. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1990). ?Obas’ Portraits in Benin.? African Arts
23(3): 61-69, 102-104. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1991). ?The face of the leopard: its
significance in Benin court art.? Allen Memorial Art Museum
bulletin (Oberlin, OH) 44(2): 24-35. [N]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1991). ?Who Commissioned the Queen Mother Tusks?
A Problem in the Chronology of Benin Ivories.?
African Arts 24(2): 54-65, 90-91. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1994). ?History and Statecraft on a Tusk from
Old Benin.? The Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art 84(4): 86-115. [N]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1997). ?Continuity and Change: the ivories of
Ovonramwen and Eweka II.? African Arts 30(3): 68-79, 94-96. [Y]

Blackmun, Barbara Winston (1997). ?Icons and Emblems in Ivory: sacred art
from the palace of Old Benin.? The Art Institute of
Chicago Museum Studies, . [Y(X)]

Blier, Suzanne Preston (1993). ?Imaging Otherness in Ivory: African
Portrayals of the Portuguese ca. 1492.? Art Bulleting 75(3): 375-396. [Y(X)]

Boisragon, Alan Maxwell (1897). The Benin massacre. London, Methuen. [N]

Bradbury, R. E. (1959). ?Chronological Problems in the Study of Benin
History.? Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria 1(4). [N]

Bradbury, R. E. (1971). Patrimonialism and Gerontocracy in Benin Political
Culture. Man in Africa. Mary Douglas and Phyllis M.
Kaberry. New York, Anchor Books: 17-37. [Y]

Bradbury, R. E. (1973). Ezomo’s Ikegobo and the Benin Cult of the Hand.
Benin Studies. R. E. Bradbury. London, Oxford University Press: 251-270. [Y]

Bradbury, R. E., Peter Cutt Lloyd, et al. (1964). The Benin kingdom and the
Edo-speaking peoples of south-western Nigeria.
London,, International African Institute. [N]

Bradbury, R. E. and Peter Morton-Williams, Eds. (1973). Benin Studies.
London, published for the International African Institute by
Oxford University Press. [Y]

Braunholtz, H.J (1922). ?Two Bronze Plaques from Benin.? Man 22: 161-162. [X]

British Museum (1991). Man and Metal in Ancient Nigeria. London, British Museum. [N]

British Museum. Dept. of British and Mediaeval Antiquities and
Ethnography., Charles Hercules Read, et al. (1899). Antiquities from
the city of Benin and from other parts of West Africa in the British
museum. London, British Museum. [N]

British Museum. Dept. of Ethnography. and William Buller Fagg (1978).
Divine kingship in Africa. London, Published for the
Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications Limited. [Y]

Burde, Roger de la (1972). ?Ancestral Ram’s Heads of the Edo-Speaking
People.? African Arts 6(1): 28-34, 88. [N]

Campbell, Kenneth F. (1981). ?Le Leopard, Le Serpent et le Crocodile.? Arts
d’Afrique Noire 38: 16-28. [X]

Chamberlin, Russell (1983). Loot! The Heritage of Plunder. New York, >Facts-on-File. [N]

Chambers, Lee (1983). Crocodiles. The Art of power, the power of art:
studies in Benin iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold
Rubin and University of California Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural History.
Los Angeles, Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 95. [Y]

Connah, Graham (1963). ?Archaeological Research in Benin City.? Journal of
the Historical Society in Nigeria 2(4). [N]

Connah, Graham (1964). Polished stone axes in Benin. Apapa, Printed by the
Nigerian National Press. [Y]

Connah, Graham (1967). ?New light on the Benin City walls.? Journal of the
Historical Society of Nigeria 3(4): 593-609. [N]

Connah, Graham (1972). ?Archaeology in Benin.? Journal of African History >8(1). [N]

Connah, Graham and S. O. Abrigbede (1975). The archaeology of Benin:
excavations and other researches in and around Benin City, Nigeria. Oxford, Clarendon Press. [Y]

Connah, G. E. and Nigeria. Federal Dept. of Antiquities. (1967). Benin City walls. Nigeria, Federal Dept. of Antiquities . [N]

Coote, Jeremy and Elizabeth Edwards (1997). ?Images of Benin at the Pitt
Rivers Museum.? African Arts 30(4): 26-35, 93. [Y]

Cordwell, Justine M. (1952). Some Aesthetic Aspects of Yoruba and Benin
Cultures. Evanston, Northwestern University . [N]

Craddock, P. T. (1985). ?Medieval Copper Alloy Production and West African
Bronze Analysis– Part I.? Archaeometry 27(1): 17-41. [X]

Craddock, P. T. and John Picton (1986). ?Medieval Copper Alloy Production
and West African Bronze Analysis– Part II.?
Archaeometry 28(1): 3-32. [X]

Curnow, Kathy (1983). The Afro-Portuguese Ivories: Classification and
Stylistic Analysis of a Hybrid Art Form, Indiana University . [N]

Curnow, Kathy (1990). ?Alien or Accepted: African Perspectives on the
Western ‘Other’ in 15th and 16th Century Art.? SVA Review 6(1): 38-44. [N]

Curnow, Kathy (1997). ?The art of fasting: Benin’s Ague ceremony.? African
Arts 30(4): 46-53, 93-94. [Y]

Curnow, Kathy (1997). ?Prestige and the Gentleman: Benin’s Ideal Man.? Art
Journal 56(2): 75-81. [Y]

Dark, Philip J. C. (1973). An Introduction to Benin Art and Technology.
Oxford, Clarendon Press. [Y]

Dark, Philip J. C. (1975). Benin Bronze Heads: styles and chronology.
African Images: essays in African iconology. Daniel F.
McCall and Edna G. Bay. Boston, Boston University: 25-103. [X]

Dark, Philip J. C. (1982). An Illustrated Catalogue of Benin Art. Boston, G.K. Hall. [N]

Dark, Philip J.C. (1983). A Benin Bronze Plaque of a Single Figure with
Leopard. The Art of power, the power of art: studies in
Benin iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of
California Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural History. Los
Angeles, Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 87-88. [Y]

Dark, Philip J. C., Estelle Winifred Fuller, et al. (1962). The art of
Benin; a catalogue of an exhibition of the A.W.F. Fuller and
Chicago Natural History Museum collections of antiquities from Benin, Nigeria. Chicago. [Y]

Dark, Philip J. C. and Matthew Hill (1971). Musical Instruments on Benin
Plaques. Essays on Music and History in Africa. Klaus P.
Wachsmann. Evanston, Northwestern University Press: 65-78. [X]

Dean, Carolyn (1983). The Individual and the Ancestral: Ikegobo and
Ukhurhe. The Art of power, the power of art: studies in Benin
iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of California Los
Angeles. Museum of Cultural History. Los Angeles,
Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 33-40. [Y]

Dickerson, Jane Hollis (1979). ?Benin Sculptor Idah: court art and personal
style.? Interdisciplinary Studies (Interdisciplinary
Studies, Program State University of New Orleans) 2(2). [X]

Duchateau, Armand (1993). Benin: royal art of Africa from the Museum fur
Volkerkunde, Vienna. Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, >Houston: Munich, Prestel. [Y]

Economist (1997). Bronzed off: Should plundered art go back? Economist. 343 : 86, 88-89. [X]

Egharevba, Jacob (1960). A Short History of Benin. Ibadan, Ibadan University Press. [X]

Egharevba, Jacob (1968). A Short History of Benin. Ibadan, Ibadan University Press. [Y]

Eisenhofer, Stefan (1993). Höfische Elfenbeinschnitzerei im Reich Benin:
Kontinuität oder Kontinuitätspostulat? München, Akademischer Verlag. [N]

Eisenhofer, Stefan (1994). ?Was the Report of James Welsh (1588) the First
Account of Afro-Portuguese Ivory Carving in Benin City?? History in Africa 21: 409-412. [X]

Eisenhofer, Stefan (1995). ?The origins of the Benin kingship in the works
of Jacob Egharevba.? History in Africa 22: 141-163. [N]

Eisenhofer, Stefan (1997). ?The Benin kinglists: some questions of
chronology.? History in Africa 24: 139-156. [N]

Eisenhofer, Stefan (1997). ?Felix von Luschan and early German-language
Benin studies.? African Arts 30(3): 62-67, 93-94. [Y]

Eyo, Ekpo, Frank Willett, et al. (1980). Treasures of Ancient Nigeria. New York, Knopf. [Y]

Ezra, Kate (1992). Royal Art of Benin: The Perls Collection. New York,
Metropolitan Museum of Art. [Y]

Fagg, William Buller (1950). ?A Bronze Figure in Ife Style at Benin.? Man 50: 98. [X]

Fagg, William Buller (1952). ?A Nigerian Bronze Figure from the Benin Expedition.? Man 52: 145. [X]

Fagg, William Buller (1952). ?Tribal Sculpture and the Festival of Britain.? Man 52: 73-76. [X]

Fagg, William Buller (1953). ?The Allman Collection of Benin Antiquities.? Man 53: 261. [X]

Fagg, William Buller (1957). ?The Seligman Ivory Mask from Benin.? Man 57: 113. [X]

Fagg, William Buller (1958). ?On a Benin Bronze Plaque Representing a Girl.? Man 58: 105. [X]

Fleming, S. J. (1979). ?On Igueghae and the Iguneromwon.? MASCA Journal 1(2): 48-49. [X]

Forman, Werner, Bed rich Forman, et al. (1960). Benin Art. London, P. Hamlyn. [Y]

Fraser, Douglas (1972). The Fish-Legged Figure in Benin and Yoruba Art.
African Art and Leadership. Douglas Fraser and Herbert
M. Cole. Madison, University of Wisconsin Press: 261-194. [Y]

Nigeria: Door way

Freyer, Bryna M. (1987). Royal Benin Art in the collection of the National
Museum of African Art. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution Press. [Y]

Galembo, Phyllis and Robert Farris Thompson (1993). Divine inspiration:
from Benin to Bahia. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press. [Y]

Gallagher, Jacki (1983). Between Realms: the iconography of kingship in
Benin. The Art of power, the power of art : studies in
Benin iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of
California Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural History. Los
Angeles, Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 21-26. [Y]

Gallagher, Jacki (1983). ‘Fetish Belong King’: fish in the art of Benin.
The Art of power, the power of art : studies in Benin
iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of California Los
Angeles. Museum of Cultural History. Los Angeles,
Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 89-93. [Y]

Garrard, Timothy F. (1983). Benin Metal-Casting Technology. The Art of
power, the power of art : studies in Benin iconography.
Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of California Los Angeles.
Museum of Cultural History. Los Angeles, Museum of
Cultural History UCLA: 17-20. [Y]

Geary, Christraud M. (1997). ?Early images from Benin at the National
Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution.? African Arts 30(3): 44-53, 93. [Y]

Girshick Ben-Amos, Paula (1999). Art, innovation, and politics in
eighteenth-century Benin. Bloomington, Indiana University Press. [Y]

Goodwin, A. J. H. (1957). ?Archaeology and Benin Architecture.? Journal of
the Historical Society of Nigeria 1(2). \65-85. [X]

Goodwin, A. J. H. (1963). ?A Bronze Snake Head and Other Recent Finds in
the Old Palace at Benin.? Man 63: 174. [X]

Gore, Charles and Peter Morton-Williams (1997). ?Remembering R.E. Bradbury:
an interview with Peter Morton-Williams.? African Arts 30(4): 36-45, 93. [Y]

Gore, Charles G. (1995). Urban Contemporary Shrines Configurations in Benin
City, Nigeria. Art and Archaeology, SOAS. London, University of London . [N]

Gore, Charles G. (1997). ?Casting identities in contemporary Benin City.?
African Arts 30(3): 54-61, 93. [Y]

Gore, Charles G. and Joseph Nevadomsky (1997). ?Practice and agency in
Mammy Wata worship in Southern Nigeria.? African Arts 30(2): 60-69, 95. [Y]

Hess, Catherine (1983). Unconventional Carvings: stools and coconut shells.
The Art of power, the power of art : studies in Benin
iconography. Paula Ben-Amos, Arnold Rubin and University of California Los
Angeles. Museum of Cultural History. Los Angeles,
Museum of Cultural History UCLA: 41-48. [Y]

Home, Robert (1982). City of blood revisited: a new look at the Benin
expedition of 1897. London, R. Collings. [N]

Hooton, E. A. (1917). ?Benin Antiquities in the Peabody Museum.? Harvard
African Studies 1: 130-146. [X]

Idiens, Dale (1986). ?New Benin Discoveries in Scotland.? African Arts 19(4): 52-53. [Y]

Igbafe, Philip Aigbona (1971). ?The Benin trials of 1897 and 1899.? Odu. N.S. 5: 68-92. [N]

Igbafe, Philip Aigbona (1979). Benin under British administration: the
Impact of colonial rule on an African kingdom, 1897-1938.
Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Humanities Press. [N]

Igbafe, Philip Aigbona (1991). The nemesis of power: Agho Obaseki and Benin
politics, 1897-1956. Yaba, Lagos, Macmillan Nigeria. [N]

Ilustrated London News (1958). Sold for the Record Sum of 20,000: a
masterpiece of African sculpture, the 16th-century Benin ivory
mask. Illustrated London News : 269. [X]

Jungwirth, Mechthildis (1968). Benin in den Jahren 1485-1700; ein kultur-
und geschichtsbild. Wien, Verlag Notring. [N]

Kaplan, Flora S. (1990). ?Some Uses of Photographs in Recovering Cultural
History at the Royal Court of Benin, Nigeria.? Visual Anthropology 3(2-3): 317-341. [N]

Kaplan, Flora S. (1991). ?Benin Art Revisited: Photographs and Museum Collections.? Visual Anthropology 4. [N]

Kaplan, Flora S. (1991). ?Fragile Legacy: photographs as documents in
recovering political and cultural history at the royal court of Benin.? History in Africa 18. [N]

Kaplan, Flora S. (1991). ?Nigeria : shedding a ghostly presence.? Museum 43(3): 163-166. [N]

Kaplan, Flora S. (1993). ?Images of the Queen Mother in Benin court art.? African Arts 26(3): 54-63, 86-88. [Y]

Kaplan, Flora S. (1993). ?Iyoba, the Queen Mother of Benin: images and
ambiguity in gender and sex roles in court art.? Art History 16(3): 386-407. [X]

Kaplan, Flora S. and Mary Anne Shea (1981). Images of Power: Art of the
Royal Court of Benin. New York, Museum Studies Program New York University. [Y]

Karpinski, Peter (1984). ?A Benin Bronze Horseman at the Merseyside County
Museum.? African Arts 17(2): 54-62, 88-89. [Y]

Kelly, Kenneth G (1997). ?The Archaeology of African-European Interaction:
investigating the social roles of trade, traders, and the
use of space in the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Huede Kinngdom,
Republic of Benin.? World Archaeology 28(3): 351-369. [X]

La Burde, Roger de (1972). ?Ancestral Ram’s heads of the Edo-Speaking
Peoples.? African Arts 6(1): 28-38. [X]

Lawal, Babatunde (1977). ?The Present State of Art Historical Research in
Nigeria: problems and possibilities.? Journal of African History 18(2): 193-216. [N]

Lopasic, Alexander (1965). The ‘Bini’ pantheon seen through the masks of
the ‘Ekpo’ cult. Reincarnation et vie mystique en Afrique
noire. Paris, Presses universitaires de France: 101-106. [N]

Lopasic, Alexander (1997). ?Gender and Traditional Village Art in Benin
Province, Nigeria.? Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 810: 425-442. [X]

Luschan, Felix von and Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Germany) (1919). Die
Altertümer von Benin. Berlin, Leipzig,, Vereinigung wissenschaftlicher Verleger. [N]

Masefield, Thorold, Oba Osemwende, et al. (1997). ?The Great Benin
Centenary, Benin City, February 17-23, 1997.? African Arts 30(3): 28-35. [Y]

Meyerowitz, Eva L. R. (1940). ?Four Pre-Portuguese Bronze Castings from Benin.? Man 40: 129-132. [X]

Mowat, Linda and Pitt Rivers Museum. (1991). Symbols of kings: Benin art at
the Pitt Rivers Museum. Oxford, Pitt Rivers Museum University of Oxford. [N]

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, and Mary Hancock Buxton (1968). Benin:
September 21 to November 24, 1968. Houston, Museum of Fine Arts. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1984). ?Kingship Succession Rituals in Benin, Part II:
The Big Things.? African Arts 17(2): 41-47, 90-91. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1984). ?Kingship Succession Rituals in Benin, Part III:
The Coronation of the Oba.? African Arts 17(3): 48-57, 91-92. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1984). ?A note on the Benin bronze horseman.? African
Arts 17(4): 10-13. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1986). ?The Benin Horseman as the Ata of Idah.? African Arts 19(4): 40-47, 85. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1986). ?The House that Idah Built.? African Arts 19(2): 8. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1987). ?Brass Cocks and Wooden Hens in Benin Art.? Baessler Archiv 35: 221-246. [N]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1988). ?Kemwin-Kemwin: The Apothecary Shop in Benin City.? African Arts 22(1): 72-83, 100. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1988). ?Performance and Imagery in Olokun Ritual: The
initiation of an Olokun priestess.? Drama Review 32(2): 186-207. [N]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1989). ?The Iconography of Benin Brass Rings.? Tribus 38: 59-70. [X]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1993). ?The Costume and Weapons of the Benin Brass Horseman.? Baessler-Archiv 41(1-2). [N]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1993). Religious Symbolism in the Benin Kingdom. Divine
inspiration: from Benin to Bahia. Phyllis >Galembo and Roebert Farris Thompson. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico >Press. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1994). ?The Benin Kingdom: Rituals of Kingship and
Their Social Meanings.? African Study Monographs (Kyoto) 14(2): 65-77. [X]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1997). ?Contemporary Art and Artists in Benin City.? African Arts 30(4): 54-63, 94-95. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1997). ?The Great Benin centenary.? African Arts 30(3): 1, 4, 6, 8, 10. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph (1997). ?Studies of Benin art and material culture, 1897-1997.? African Arts 30(3): 18-27, 91-92. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph and Ekhaguosa Aisien (1995). ?The Clothing of Political Identity: costume and scarification in the Benin
kingdom.? African Arts 28(1): 62-73. [Y]

Nevadomsky, Joseph and E. Inneh Daniel (1983). ?Kingship Succession Rituals
in Benin, Part I: Becoming a Crown Prince.? African Arts 17(1): 47-54, 87. [Y]

Nicklin, Keith (1977). ?European Replicas of Traditional African Art
Objects in Their Cultural Context.? Baessler-Archiv n.f. 25: 229-249. [X]

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