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  • Elizabeth LaRochelle

    Ile-Ife was the holiest Yoruba city. They created terra-cotta and bronze portrait heads.

  • Soledad Vilchez #1

    Moremi Ajasoro, Princess of the Yoruba, was a figure of high significance in the history of the Yoruba peoples.

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