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Dogon Ladder, carved wedges into a trunk of a tree with a fork at the top, the notches serve as footholds while the fork at the top stabilizes the ladder, dry patina and worn footholds, lg. 82 in.
Note: The Dogon use ladders to climb to their traditional cliff dwellings and to access raised granaries.
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