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Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Azande is considered the second largest tribal group after the Dinka tribe in southern Sudan. They occupy a large area covering the southwest of the Bahr al-Ghazal district. At one time or from one side, they entered Sudan in batches, on different dates and from different regions. Some of them originally came from Central Africa and until now they have roots, connections and tribes that take the same names, customs and traditions. It happened with the same dialect and branches of it overlapped with the Cocoa in Zaire.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A description of the marriage customs of Ingessana (Gaahmg, Tabi), members of an African ethnic group in Sudan who speak the Gaam language. They live around the Tabi Hills, southwest of Ad-Damazin and northwest of Kurmuk in the Blue Nile Province. The capital of the Ingessena area is Bao.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Nuer are a people located primarily in Southern Sudan along the banks of the Nile River, as well as parts of western Ethiopia. They form one of the largest ethnic groups in Southern Sudan.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A note describing the story of a husband and wife in Kordofan, the latter who was allegedly visited by an 'afrit' once a month, and upon witnessing the visit, the husband sought to divorce. Kordofan is a state region in central Sudan. It comes from a Nubian word derived from Chaldovan, which means the land of men. In 1994 it was divided into three federal states: North Kordofan, Southern Kordofan and West Kordofan. In August 2005, Western Kordofan State was abolished between Northern and Southern Kordofan states, as part of the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the Government of Sudan and the Sudan Liberation Movement, and West Kordofan State was established again in 2013.
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