For hundreds of years, masks have been a characteristic African art form and a central feature of African ceremonial and social life. Today, masks are often worn in public performances for general entertainment. Though they often retain great power, their changing role reflects social and cult ural transformations occurring everywhere in Africa. These particular masks represent the bull, a symbol of fertility and health.
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