Language Tomo Kan

edited by Heath, Jeffrey and Moran, Steven

Tomo Kan is a large-population (second only to Jamsay) Eastern Dogon language spoken in an extensive area in the southern extension of the Bandiagara plateau (e.g. Diangassagou), on the southern cliffs (e.g. Segue), and in the sandy plains east of the cliffs (e.g. Diallassagou).


Dogon dogo1299
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