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These two dynamic carved toguna posts (circa early 20th century) come with custom made stands. The posts came from a Dogon village in Mali. They once helped support a toguna which is an important structure around which a Dogon village is built. A toguna is the most important gathering place in a Dogon village and is characterized by its low-lying structure with monumental elaborately carved wooden posts supporting a thick roof of millet stalks.