This African continent ClipArt gallery offers 70 images of people and objects that would be seen around various areas of Africa. Illustrations include Abyssinians, Anglo-Zulu War, Congo natives, African hunting weapons, native idols, and stamps for various countries and regions.

An Abyssian.

Abyssinian

An Abyssian.

An ornate crown, worn by the ancient kings of Abyssinia.

Abyssinian Crown

An ornate crown, worn by the ancient kings of Abyssinia.

Abyssinia was located where Etiopia is today.

Abyssinian King

Abyssinia was located where Etiopia is today.

Abyssinia was located where Etiopia is today.

Abyssinian Warrior

Abyssinia was located where Etiopia is today.

A scene from Africa, with many native fauna.

Africa scene

A scene from Africa, with many native fauna.

A view of the city of Algiers, Algeria in 1812.

Algiers in 1812

A view of the city of Algiers, Algeria in 1812.

The Anglo-Zulu War was fought between Britain and the Zulus. Scene of the British defeat at Majuba Hill.

Anglo-Zulu War

The Anglo-Zulu War was fought between Britain and the Zulus. Scene of the British defeat at Majuba Hill.

The Anglo-Zulu War was fought between Britain and the Zulus. Scene of Battle of Isandhlwana, the dash with the colors.

Anglo-Zulu War

The Anglo-Zulu War was fought between Britain and the Zulus. Scene of Battle of Isandhlwana, the dash…

The peoples of South Africa and neighbouring Botswana and Namibia, who live in the Kalahari, are part of the Khoisan group and are related to the Khoikhoi.

Bushmen

The peoples of South Africa and neighbouring Botswana and Namibia, who live in the Kalahari, are part…

Various utensils used by the Caffres.

Caffres

Various utensils used by the Caffres.

Obock Camel Post Stamp (5 p) from 1893

Obock 5 P Camel Post Stamp, 1893

Obock Camel Post Stamp (5 p) from 1893

An ornate decoration used by the ancient tribes of Africa.

Carved Tusk

An ornate decoration used by the ancient tribes of Africa.

An African civet. They are small carnivores, belonging to the family Viverridae, closing resembling cats.

Civet

An African civet. They are small carnivores, belonging to the family Viverridae, closing resembling…

A group of Congo musicians.

Congo

A group of Congo musicians.

A leader of a tribe in the country of Congo.

Congo King

A leader of a tribe in the country of Congo.

Shields used by the peoples of the ancient Congo.

Congo Shields

Shields used by the peoples of the ancient Congo.

The blade of an African dagger.

Dagger Blade

The blade of an African dagger.

The Sahara is the world's largest hot desert, 9,000,000 square kilometers, almost as large as the United States.

Desert of Sahara

The Sahara is the world's largest hot desert, 9,000,000 square kilometers, almost as large as the United…

An African dirk with its sheath.

Dirk with Sheath

An African dirk with its sheath.

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish creature which may represent a deity, comes from Dahomey, Africa.

Fetish of African Deity

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish creature which may represent…

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish creature which may represent a deity, comes from Dahomey, Africa.

Fetish of African Deity

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish creature which may represent…

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish creature which may represent a deity, comes from Dahomey, Africa.

Fetish of African Deity

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish creature which may represent…

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish of a man and a woman comes from Dahomey, Africa.

Fetish of Man and Woman

A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers. This fetish of a man and a woman comes from…

A village on the Grain Coast.

Grain Coast

A village on the Grain Coast.

A head protector used by ancient tribes in Africa.

Head Protector

A head protector used by ancient tribes in Africa.

Iron spear heads from Africa used to tip throwing weapons for hunting, etc.

Iron Spear Heads

Iron spear heads from Africa used to tip throwing weapons for hunting, etc.

A decorative pillow in African homes.

Leather Pillow

A decorative pillow in African homes.

A case for decorative pillow in African homes.

Leather Pillow Case

A case for decorative pillow in African homes.

A woman from the tribes of Madascar.

Madagscan Lady

A woman from the tribes of Madascar.

African iron missiles were throwing weapons that were hurled at enemies or shot from bows.

Iron Missiles

African iron missiles were throwing weapons that were hurled at enemies or shot from bows.

African iron missiles were throwing weapons that were hurled at enemies or shot from bows.

Iron Missiles

African iron missiles were throwing weapons that were hurled at enemies or shot from bows.

African iron missiles were throwing weapons that were hurled at enemies or shot from bows.

Iron Missiles

African iron missiles were throwing weapons that were hurled at enemies or shot from bows.

African iron money; currency

Iron Money

African iron money; currency

Idols used by the Marquesans. They are trophies, kept superstitiously as remembrences of war.

Native Idols

Idols used by the Marquesans. They are trophies, kept superstitiously as remembrences of war.

An ostrich, one of two large flightless birds found in Africa.

Ostrich

An ostrich, one of two large flightless birds found in Africa.

Wooden utensils of the Ovampos.

Ovampos

Wooden utensils of the Ovampos.

British Central Africa Registration Envelope (2 pence) from 1892

British Central Africa Two Pence Registration Envelope, 1892

British Central Africa Registration Envelope (2 pence) from 1892

Founder of the state of Rhodesia, in Africa.

Cecil Rhodes

Founder of the state of Rhodesia, in Africa.

Volcanoes of the great Rift Valley of East Africa.

Rift Valley

Volcanoes of the great Rift Valley of East Africa.

A Bantu spearhead.

Bantu spearhead

A Bantu spearhead.

West African spearheads.

West African spearhead

West African spearheads.

Angola Stamp (5 reis) from 1886

Angola 5 Reis Stamp, 1886

Angola Stamp (5 reis) from 1886

Anjouan Stamp (1 c) from 1892

Anjouan Stamp 1 C, 1892

Anjouan Stamp (1 c) from 1892

Benin Stamp (15 [40] C) from 1892

Benin 15 (40) C Stamp, 1892

Benin Stamp (15 [40] C) from 1892

British Bechuanaland Stamp (1 penny) from 1887

British Bechuanaland One Penny Stamp, 1887

British Bechuanaland Stamp (1 penny) from 1887

British East Africa Stamp (2 rupees) from 1890

British East Africa Two Rupees Stamp, 1890

British East Africa Stamp (2 rupees) from 1890

British Protectorate Stamp (1/2 penny) from 1889

British Protectorate Half Penny Stamp, 1889

British Protectorate Stamp (1/2 penny) from 1889

Diego Suarez Stamp (1 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez 1 C Stamp, 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (1 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (15 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez 15 C Stamp, 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (15 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (25 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez 25 C Stamp, 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (25 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (5 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez 5 C Stamp, 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (5 C) from 1890

Diego Suarez Stamp (5 C) from 1891

Diego Suarez 5 C Stamp, 1891

Diego Suarez Stamp (5 C) from 1891

French Guinea Stamp (1 centime) from 1892

French Guinea 1 Centime Stamp, 1892

French Guinea Stamp (1 centime) from 1892

Guinea Stamp (50 reis) from 1879

Guinea 50 Reis Stamp, 1879

Guinea Stamp (50 reis) from 1879

Madagascar Stamp (1 penny) from 1884

Madagascar, One Penny Stamp, 1884

Madagascar Stamp (1 penny) from 1884

Mauritius Stamp (16 cents) from 1885

Mauritius, 16 Cents Stamp, 1885

Mauritius Stamp (16 cents) from 1885

Mauritius Stamp (25 cents) from 1880

Mauritius, Twenty Five Cents Stamp, 1880

Mauritius Stamp (25 cents) from 1880

Morocco Stamp (5 centimos) from 1892

Morocco 5 Centimos Stamp, 1892

Morocco Stamp (5 centimos) from 1892

Mozambique Stamp (5 reis) from 1886

Mozambique 5 Reis Stamp, 1886

Mozambique Stamp (5 reis) from 1886

Seychelles Islands Stamp (2 cents) from 1890

Seychelles Islands 2 Cents Stamp, 1890

Seychelles Islands Stamp (2 cents) from 1890