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The mask of Ahole, who flogs the children during the Powamû celebration, has the same two lateral horns and representation of radiating feathers over the crown of the head, but instead of sagittaform marks on the forehead there is a colored band from ear to ear across the face.

Author
The Alósaka cult of the Hopi Indians
Author: Jesse Walter Fewkes
Published in 1899
Available from gutenberg.org
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