Botswana women making pots, 1800s

Botswana women making pots, 1800s

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Caption: Botswana women making pots. 19th-century artwork of women and children in a village in southern Africa, in what is now Botswana, manufacturing earthenware pots. Artwork from 'African Scenery and Animals' (1804), a collection of artworks by British painter Samuel Daniell (1775-1811) who was official artist for the Truter and Somerville expedition that travelled in the region in 1801 and 1802.

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