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Historical images of a woman and man wearing their Kopi mourning caps. As can be seen in the 2nd image, some Kopi's were worn until they crumbled off naturally

Historical images of a woman and man wearing their Kopi mourning caps. As can be seen in the 2nd image, some Kopi's were worn until they crumbled off naturally

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... wore these caps for periods of anywhere from for 2 weeks to 6 months depending on their relationship to the deceased. Males also wore the KOPI on the death of a family member or senior female in the tribe (Figure 7). ...

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