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  • VIBRANT - Vibrant Virtual Brazilian


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    Associao Brasileira de Antropologia


    Il Ax Iy Nass Ok. Casa Branca Temple

    VIBRANT - Vibrant Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, vol. 10, nm. 1*, junio, 2013, pp. 151-


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    Il Ax Iy Nass OkCasa Branca Temple

    This monument was inscribed in the Books of Designated

    Historical Heritage [Livros de Tombo] of the Institute of

    National Historical and Artistic Heritage on August 14, 1986.

    The temple is located at Vasco da Gama Avenue, Engenho

    Velho, Salvador, Bahia. The designation includes the total

    area of the temple measuring approximately 6,800 square

    meters, buildings, trees and sacred objects. Inscription

    Number in the Book of Designated Historical Heritage [Livro

    do Tombo Histrico]: 504 (Vol.1. F. 092). Inscription Number

    in Designated Ethnographical, Archeological and Landscape

    Heritage [Livro do Tombo Etnogrfico, Arqueolgico e

    Paisagstico]: 093 (Vol. 1, F. 043).

    Photographs selected from the designation file number 1067-T-

    82, with captions and credits provided by COPEDOC General

    Coordination of Research and Documentation of IPHAN. 1

    1 Vibrant thanks the kind and efficient cooperation of the COPEDOC researchers in preparing this presentation.


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    Central Pillar topped by the Crown of Xang. Photo: Orlando Ribeiro, 1984.


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    Portrait of Ursulina Maria de Figueiredo (Auntie Sussu). Reprodution: Antonio Augusto Fontes.


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    Inscription on the reverse side of the portrait on the previous page.Ursulina Maria de Figueiredo, Auntie Sussu, fourth Iyalorix [priestess] of the Casa Branca Temple from 1890 to 1926. Project MAMNBA, July 3, 1981, photo 33, film 3, neg.33. Divison of Registration and Documentation, SPHAN.

    Reproduction: Antonio Augusto Fontes, n.d.


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    Staircase at the entrance to the Temple of Ox with the Al, placed there for the festival in honor of Oxal. On the right, part of the boat and fountain of Oxum and above, the jackfruit tree and the Il [house] of Ex. To the left, part of the house of the President of the Beneficent and Recreation Society of Saint George of Engenho Velho. Unknown photographer, 1981.


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    View of the temple of Ox, with staircase. On the right is the Il [house] of Ex. Unknown photographer, n.d.


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    Faade of the temple of Ox and the Il [house] of Omul. Unknown photographer, 1981.


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    Detail of the roof of the temple of Ox with the Ax of Xang on top. Unknown photographer, 1981.


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    View of the Oxum plaza with Ok Ileai [Oxums boat], with the gasoline station built on the land that is part of the Oxum plaza. Unknown photographer, 1981.


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    Detail of the Ok Ileai [Oxums boat], including the Il [house] of Oxum, the staircase leading to the temple and the jackfruit tree of the Il [house] of Ex. Unknown photographer, 1981.


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    Il housing Oxums fountain in Oxum plaza, with a painted mermaid. Unknown photographer, 1981.


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    Detail of the gameleira tree (Moraceae family) and Lok in front of the temple, also the shrine to the Orix. Unknown photographer, 1981.


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    Pet [food offering] to Oxum, in the Casa Branca Candombl Temple. Watercolor by Caryb. Reproduction: A. A. Fontes.