On this occasion she came without ceremony, accompanied by one or two attendants, and kneeling greeted the king, as all members of the royal family did, by touching him on the forehead with the finger-tips of her right hand, palm downwards, then under the chin, with the palm upwards.

  • Source: Roscoe, John. The Bakitara or Bunyoro: the first part of the report of the Mackie Ethnological Expedition to Central Africa. Cambridge: The University Press, 1923.
  • Culture: Banyoro
  • Location: Africa