Akan facial scarification marks
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The African Tribal Art of Facial Scarification
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Description: They can assist in making them more attractive to men, as the scars are regarded as appealing to touch as well as to look at, but also as testimony that women will be able to withstand the pain of childbirth. Moreover, these marks also have a lot of meaning linked to our cultures, associated with them. Facial scarification in West Africa is used for identification of ethnic groups, families, individuals, but also to express personal beauty. The most complicated cicatrisation was probably found in the Congo Basin and neighbouring regions, and among the Akan speakers of West Africa. Scarification is a long and painful process, and a permanent modification of the body, transmitting complex messages about identity and social status.