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Collection: pittriversmuseum.edwardevanevanspritchard
Description: A portrait of a seated man (identified as a subject of Badinda, probably a local governor) playing a thumb-piano instrument known as a kundi.
Collection: pittriversmuseum.godfreylienhardt
Description: Onlookers watching a procession of Dinka youths playing trumpets at a procession at the Roman Catholic mission at Wau, the large church visible in the background.
Collection: pittriversmuseum.edwardevanevanspritchard
Description: A man (identified as Kamanga, one of Evans-Pritchard's servants) posed blowing a magic whistle (kura). Such whistles are mostly worn about the body and are used for a variety of purposes, such as to ward off witchcraft. They are made from plants and horns with magical associations, such as zerengbondo, a type of creeper.
Collection: pawelwolf.pawelwolf
Description: The mourners, who accompany the traditional funeral ceremonies with hour-long funeral dirges, are an ancient tradition that was already depicted on ancient Egyptian and Cushite reliefs.
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