Kongo across the Waters

@article{Cooksey2013KongoAT,
  title={Kongo across the Waters},
  author={Susan Cooksey and Robin Poynor and Hein Vanhee},
  journal={African Arts},
  year={2013},
  volume={46},
  pages={74-87}
}
Part I: Kongo in Africa -- 1. The culture of Mbanza Kongo / Linda Heywood and John Thornton -- Focus 1. King Pedro VII of Kongo (r. 1923-55) -- 2. By the sword and the cross: power and faith in the arts of the Christian Kongo / Cecile Fromont -- Focus 2. Capuchin didactic documents -- 3. Rock art as a source for the history of the Kongo Kingdom / Geoffroy Heimlich -- Focus 3. the Kongo cross across centuries -- 4. Kongo, North America and the slave trade / Jelmer Vos -- Focus 4. Images of the… 
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