By Carla Herling
Drake University (formerly University of Iowa)
The most dramatic of these antelope crests are vertically oriented and include, in the male pair, a broad mane with patterns carved through in geometric shapes, as in this fine example. Enormous crescent-shaped horns rise above the angular head. The male crests are worn in pairs with a second, female crest. They are worn by young men who belong to the Ci Wara association.