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Collection: pittriversmuseum.edwardevanevanspritchard
Description: A male youth gathering eleusine coracana (millet) into a basket (type known as bangiribambamba, with eye-shaped open weave). This crop was once the most important base for porridge and beer, but has been displaced to some extent by manioc, a highly drought and pest resistant tuber, which is however somewhat less nutritious than flour produced from grain such as eleusine.
Collection: pittriversmuseum.edwardevanevanspritchard
Description: A man described by Evans-Pritchard as an 'Anuak-Nuer' i.e. of mixed parentage, casting a fishing net into a river, probably the Sobat River near the wood station also photographed on the same film.
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