Cf. Barbier, J.P. (Ed.), Art of Côte d'Ivoire from the collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum, Geneva, 1993, p.124, p.208. According to the authors the goli glin is the principal and oldest mask in the goli cult and the penultimate to appear in the goli performance. It represents the head of a bushcow with the horns of a gazelle.