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- adinkra are visual symbols , originally created by the akan , that represent concepts or aphorisms . adinkra are used extensively in
- joseph narh adinkra (major general ) was a chief of staff of the ghana army from 31 march 2009 to 4 april 2013 references : name adinkra,
- in supergravity theory and supersymmetric representation theory , adinkra symbols are a graphical representation of supersymmetric
- and take) or the asante adinkra symbol s of a bird with its head turned backwards taking an egg off its back, or of a stylised heart shape.
- sankofa is an adinkra concept of 'roots', symbolized by a bird. sankofa may also refer to: sankofa (film), 1993 sankofa television , a
- adinkra: adinkra. during the 13th century, ghanaians developed their unique art of adinkra printing. hand- embroidered adinkra clothes were
- they carry adinkra symbols that evoke specific messages. the sword has three parts: a blade, usually made of some metal such as iron; the
- his work addresses themes of identity and the body using his trademark motif of adinkra symbolism. life and work: owusu-ankomah (born 1956 in
- the adinkra symbols are old ideogram s. the language came to the caribbean and south america , notably in suriname spoken by the ndyuka
- gyaamanhene , 1810 to 1820 , kwadwo adinkra kadyo , gyaamanhene , 1820 to 1830 , fofie , gyaamanhene , 1830 to 1850 , kwasi yeboa ,