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Flag of South Sudan - South Sudan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flag of South Sudan - South Sudan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South Sudan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South Sudan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

illustration of flower Flag South Sudan photo

illustration of flower Flag South Sudan photo


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Photo by: Carol Beckwith and Angela

Photo by: Carol Beckwith and Angela

Drum Dinka Drummer, South Sudan #music #musician

Drum Dinka Drummer, South Sudan #music #musician

* These alluring loose bead bodices are worn by Dinka girls who are eligible for marriage.

* These alluring loose bead bodices are worn by Dinka girls who are eligible for marriage.

Africa | Detail of a man's upper arm scarification. South Sudan | © Steve Evans

Africa | Detail of a man's upper arm scarification. South Sudan | © Steve Evans

Dinka Man Imitating Horns, South Sudan | Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

Dinka Man Imitating Horns, South Sudan | Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

Africa |  Four Mandari men wearing a large number of strings of rem beads and holding spears.  Bahr el Jebal, Southern Sudan. ca. early to mid 1950s | ©Jean Carlile Buxton / Pit River Museum

Africa | Four Mandari men wearing a large number of strings of rem beads and holding spears. Bahr el Jebal, Southern Sudan. ca. early to mid 1950s | ©Jean Carlile Buxton / Pit River Museum

Africa | "Dinka bridegroom bargaining for the bridal ornaments."  (1931) | From the publication "The dark continent; Africa, landscape and people" Hugo Adolf Bernatzik

Africa | "Dinka bridegroom bargaining for the bridal ornaments." (1931) | From the publication "The dark continent; Africa, landscape and people" Hugo Adolf Bernatzik

Dinka choker. Sudan, Africa.

Dinka choker. Sudan, Africa.

Africa | People. "A seven-foot-tall [213-centimeter-tall] herder, covered with white ash, belongs to the clan who call themselves moniyangthe men of men." photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher, writing in the book Faces of Africa.

Africa | People. "A seven-foot-tall [213-centimeter-tall] herder, covered with white ash, belongs to the clan who call themselves moniyangthe men of men." photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher, writing in the book Faces of Africa.

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