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Portrait of a man, possibly Isaac Abrahamsz. Massa, c.1622 (oil on canvas on wood panel) Featured Massa Print

Portrait of a man, possibly Isaac Abrahamsz. Massa, c.1622 (oil on canvas on wood panel)

3934281 Portrait of a man, possibly Isaac Abrahamsz. Massa, c.1622 (oil on canvas on wood panel) by Hals, Frans (1582/3-1666); 107x85 cm; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: Isaac Abrahamszoon Massa (c.1586-1643) was a Dutch grain trader, traveller and diplomat, the envoy to Muscovy who created some of the earliest maps of Eastern Europe and Siberia.); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; Dutch, out of copyright

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Caravan Featured Massa Print

Caravan

A small caravan of camels in Ksar Ait Ben HadouAA?t Benhaddou is a fortified city, or ksar, along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day Morocco. It is situated in Souss-Massa-DrA?a on a hill along the Ounila River and is known for its kasbahs, although they take damage with each rainstorm. Most of the town's inhabitants now live in a more modern village at the other side of the river; however, eight families still live within the ksar.AA?t Benhaddou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and several films have been shot there.WIKIPEDIA

The top hat as a sign of chieftaincy in Sierra Leone Featured Massa Print

The top hat as a sign of chieftaincy in Sierra Leone

The top hat as a sign of chieftaincy in Sierra Leone. The civilised man's head-dress as a symbol of sovereignty for women as well as men rulers. The image at the top of the page shows: 'wearing his royal top hat: the coronation of the Sokong of Imperri in the Sherbro country'. The coronation was presided over by the Bai Sherbro, the suzerain of the whole Sherbro country. Adjoining countries provide a Tasso, who is head of the Poro order. They wear an enormous head covering, on which the skulls of their predecessors repose. The lower image is captioned, 'the top hat as a sign of sovereignty for queens as well as kings: Queen Messi of Massa attending a political meeting.' Date: 1910

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