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Tropenmuseum Royal Tropical Institute Objectnumber 3519-1 Surinaams-Creoolse hoofddoek ter herden
 

 

 

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Nederlands: Hoofddoek ter herdenking dat 100 jaar geleden de slavernij in Suriname werd afgeschaft. Op een rode ondergrond is tweemaal het wapen van Suriname afgebeeld met daartussen de jaartallen 1863 en 1963 en 1 juli. Daarboven en -onder, in alle vier de hoeken, telkens twee zwarte, geboeide handen, waarvan de ketenen zijn gebroken en het opschrift "keti koti" (de keten is gebroken).

De hoofddoek wordt door Creoolse vrouwen gedragen op 1 juli maar kan ook als siervoorwerp aan de wand gehangen worden of gebruikt worden als tafelkleedje.

Angisa's vormen onderdeel van de dracht van een kotomisi. De koto is een in Suriname ontstane klederdracht die werd bedacht door slavenhouders en hun vrouwen om hun slavinnen 'zedig' te kleden. De dracht bestaat uit een koto (rok), jaki (jak) en angisa (hoofddoek). Aan de dracht kon men aflezen tot welke godsdienst de slavenhouder behoorde. Hoewel vroeger dagelijkse kleding, veranderde de koto later in gelegenheidskleding. De koto en vooral de angisa spraken en spreken een geheime taal (Henar-Hewitt, 1987:35).

. Surinaams-Creoolse hoofddoek ter herdenking van de 100-jarige afschaffing der slavernij op 1 juli 1863
Unknown language: Angisa
Date 1963(1963)
Source Tropenmuseum
Author Unknown

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