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Lord of lightning, thunder, rain and justice.

He is smooth-talking, kingly, yet can be shrewd as a con-artist. He wins against the odds and is stimulated by challenge.  The double-headed dance wand headdress (oshe Sango) and double-edged ax symbolize his constant preparedness, and he carries the phallic mortar, or odo, in his right hand.  His animal representations are the cat, quail and tortoise. 
[Image from Bahia, Brazil.]

11 1/4 "gypsumstone statue, black gold color finish.

Shango Statue - Gold

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