Artisans in the Ashante region of Ghana were skillful in textile arts, such as weaving the Adinkra cloth. For what purpose was this cloth traditionally worn?
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A. ceremonies. Adinkra, originally produced by the Gyaaman clans of the Brong region, was the exclusive right of royalty and spiritual leaders, and only used for important ceremonies such as funerals ...
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