From the publisher:
"A selection of 162 rare Zulu artifacts from private collections worldwide.
The legendary Zulu military kingdom, developed by Shaka during the early 19th century, was formed out of a confederacy of relegated, subjugated and allied clans, all giving deference to a supreme commander, the Zulu king. At its peak, this military kingdom had various levels of control over 200 000 square miles, encompassing most of the region known today as KwaZulu-Natal.
The famous Zulu spiritual culture has transcended British imperialism, European colonisation, religious indoctrinations, even apartheid, and is still reflected in the art and character of the modern Zulu nation."
32.3 x 25.7 cm | 301 pages | hardcover