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Historically speaking, the art of the Fon was a royal art, with impressive metal statues representing various gods produced for the royal court of the old Kingdom of Dahomey. Today the Fon still use "art," mostly small objects of worship known as "bochio." These enigmatic carvings are used in the practice of Vodun, a religion unique to West Africa, which during the slave trade was "exported" to the new World, to become "voodoo," though the two practices are no longer related in any substantive way. 


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