Kenya | Cuff bracelets from the Maasai people | Wire, plastic, glass beads | 2nd half 20th century || Prices 120 - 150€ each

Kenya | Cuff bracelets from the Maasai people | Wire, plastic, glass beads | 2nd half 20th century || Prices 120 - 150€ each

A child-friendly introduction to the Maasai people of the Northern Rift Valley in Kenya

World Culture: Maasai people of the Northern Rift Valley in Kenya

A child-friendly introduction to the Maasai people of the Northern Rift Valley in Kenya

De god Engaï had drie kinderen. Aan die kinderen gaf hij drie verschillende cadeaus. Het eerste kind kreeg pijl-en-boog. Van hem stammen de jagers af. Het tweede kind kreeg een ploeg. Zijn nakomelingen zijn de landbouwers. Het derde kind kreeg een stok. M

De god Engaï had drie kinderen. Aan die kinderen gaf hij drie verschillende cadeaus. Het eerste kind kreeg pijl-en-boog. Van hem stammen de jagers af. Het tweede kind kreeg een ploeg. Zijn nakomelingen zijn de landbouwers. Het derde kind kreeg een stok. M

African Maasai necklace project for kids -- all you need is a paper plate and some markers to make these colorful and beautiful necklaces! #Africa

African Maasai necklace project for kids -- all you need is a paper plate and some markers to make these colorful and beautiful necklaces! #Africa

Africa | Maasai girl, Maasai Mara National Park, Kenya. | ©Jim Zuckerman

Africa | Maasai girl, Maasai Mara National Park, Kenya. | ©Jim Zuckerman

An Open Letter to the Maasai People of Najile Church

An Open Letter to the Maasai People of Najile Church

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The Maasai dance is called adamu (“the jumping dance”) and is performed when a circle is formed by the warriors, and one or two at a time will enter the center to begin jumping while maintaining a narrow posture, never letting their heels touch the ground.

The Maasai dance is called adamu (“the jumping dance”) and is performed when a circle is formed by the warriors, and one or two at a time will enter the center to begin jumping while maintaining a narrow posture, never letting their heels touch the ground.

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