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Sara Forbes Bonetta photographed by Camille Silvy in 1862
Sara Forbes Bonetta photographed by Camille Silvy in 1862
Lithograph of Forbes Bonetta, after a drawing by Frederick E. Forbes, from his 1851 book Dahomey and the Dahomans; being the journals of two missions
Lithograph of Forbes Bonetta, after a drawing by Frederick E. Forbes, from his 1851 book Dahomey and the Dahomans; being the journals of two missions to the king of Dahomey, and residence at his capital, in the year 1849 and 1850
A portrait of James Pinson Labulo Davies and Sara Forbes Bonetta, photographed in London in 1862 by Camille Silvy
A portrait of James Pinson Labulo Davies and Sara Forbes Bonetta, photographed in London in 1862 by Camille Silvy
Sara Forbes Bonetta by Camille Silvy
Sara Forbes Bonetta by Camille Silvy
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"Victims for sacrifice" – from The history of Dahomy, an inland Kingdom of Africa, 1793
"Victims for sacrifice" – from The history of Dahomy, an inland Kingdom of Africa, 1793
King Ghezo displayed with a royal umbrella
King Ghezo displayed with a royal umbrella
The reception of the Ah-Haussoo-Noh-Beh in Abomey drawn by Frederick E. Forbes in 1851
The reception of the Ah-Haussoo-Noh-Beh in Abomey drawn by Frederick E. Forbes in 1851
In 1894, the last King of Dahomey, Béhanzin, surrendered his person to Alfred-Amédée Dodds
In 1894, the last King of Dahomey, Béhanzin, surrendered his person to Alfred-Amédée Dodds