48 (i1) cont.
and an African at the other. Thus the head and chin formed the notch & the space between the
drawn together shoulders the groove at the back of the notch.
The idea must have been that every time the King used the bow he bow-stringed two captives.
A. Figure of an Asiatic prisoner with arms bound behind back at elbows.
Hair, beard & eye pupils in black bark
Face, neck & arms reddish bark.
Details of face and fillet round head of light bark.
Elaborate robe made up of several shades of bark, - one ordinary light colour, a still lighter
yellow, red, green, black.
Also a few border details in thin strips of gold leaf.
B. One bow covered with black bark, the other with