‘Angami of Kigwema’ (handwritten caption). Portrait of an Angami Naga man named ‘Kasakre’, depicted walking, holding two spears and a shield. Watercolour painting by Robert Gosset Woodthorpe. The original handwritten annotation by Woodthorpe indicates that the portrait was painted from life, in the village of Piphema, in the Naga Hills District of Assam (now in Nagaland), India. Dated 7 December 1873. (Copyright Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford. Accession Number: 1914.5.2.29)

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