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Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An article discussing ceremonies connected with electric storms. The Shilluk (Chollo) are a major Luo Nilotic ethnic group of Southern Sudan, living on both banks of the river Nile, in the vicinity of the city of Malakal.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A Chapter In Bari History. The History Of Sindiru, Bilinian And Mögiri.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: D. Newbold, 'The Zebaydia In The Apocrypha'
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Bari are a tribe of Karo, Nilotic people inhabiting South Sudan. They are known as the Duor by other communities occupying the savanna lands of the White Nile. The Bari speak the Bari language as a mother tongue, which belongs to the Nilotic family.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Fung Origins
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Bari are a tribe of Karo, Nilotic people inhabiting South Sudan. They are known as the Duor by other communities occupying the savanna lands of the White Nile. The Bari speak the Bari language as a mother tongue, which belongs to the Nilotic family.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Afitti Nuba of Gebel Dair and their relation to the Nuba Proper.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Funj are an ethnic group in what is known today as Sudan. The Fung is an ancient and indigenous element in the Blue Nile State, and there are various opinions about the origin of the tribe. Researchers suggest the habitat of the Funj to one of three regions: Bilad Al-Abysha, Bilad El Bornu and Diyar Al-Shilluk on the White Nile.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An edited paper research the Nuong Nuer, divided into the Northern Section comprising of the Adok and Koorial countries, and the Southern Section comprising of the Raath, Thurnum and Adur countries.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An article studying the Aliab Dinka uprising and suppression that occurred as a result of the Anglo-Egyptian occupation of Southern Sudan and attempt to establish order. The Dinka tribe is an ethnic group in Southern Sudan. Their original habitat is distributed between the Bahr el Ghazal region, the Jonglei state, areas of Abyei, the Unity State and the Upper Nile state.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Belanda is a broad term applied to a group of people living between the Bongo, Golo and the Azande.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Notes on the Azande: an African nationality that resides mainly in the northeastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in southern Sudan, and in the northeast of the Central African Republic. The Congolese Zandi live in the Oriental province, especially along the Wille River and the Central African Zandi reside in the provinces of Rapai, Zemio, and Obo.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Tanjur people, or Tugur, are a Sunni ethnic group found in Eastern Chad and Western Sudan. The ethnic roots of the Tangjur people are unknown. According to their oral traditions and some scholars, they are Arabs who migrated from the Arabian Peninsula to central Sudan either through North Africa and Tunisia or via Nubia.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Bandala or Mandala is the name given to enslaved people, or the descendants of enslaved people, of the Rizighat and Habbania Arabs.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Baggara is a large ethnic group consisting of several tribes, clans, stomachs, and clans united by one language, one religion, a common history, common customs and traditions. Its total population exceeds six million people and spreads over a single geographical area known as the Baggara belt, extending in the region from the borders of the Ethiopian and Eritrean borders with Sudan, to the borders of the Nigerian border. Along with Chad and Nigeria, it is considered one of the most important ethnic groups in Sudan and Chad, as it played a major historical and political role in the two countries, especially in Sudan during the Mahdia rule and beyond.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.films
Description: Omda Mohammed Zacaria Ali Arbad, chief of the Dajo tribe, and the tribal historian Professor Abdu Nabi Abdullah Guma Arman talk about the Dajo tribe and the significance of Salbakate, a holy mountain for the Dajo, to the East of Nyala.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Hadendowa is the name of a nomadic subdivision of the Beja people, known for their support of the Mahdiyyah rebellion during the 1880s to 1890s. The area historically inhabited by the Hadendowa is today parts of Sudan, Egypt and Eritrea.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Nubian Origins
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Mobbing Of A Lizard and The Dodoth
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: In this article, Francis Deng addresses a number of issues related to the Arab and African ethnicities in Sudan, explaining some of the gains Sudan is making through this Arab-African blend.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Nuer people are a Nilotic ethnic group concentrated in the Greater Upper Nile region of South Sudan. They also live in the Ethiopian region Gambella. The Nuer speak the Nuer language, which belongs to the Nilotic language family. They are the second largest ethnic group in South Sudan.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Ethnological Observations In Dar Fung
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A review of a previously published article in the journal.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An article on the Shilluk peace ceremony. The Shilluk are a major Luo Nilotic ethnic group of Southern Sudan, living on both banks of the river Nile, in the vicinity of the city of Malakal.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Masalit or Masara in the language of Masalit, are an ethnic group that inhabits the Darfur region in western Sudan and the valley region in eastern Chad. Their official language is Masalit. Their number reached about 250,000 people in 1983. During (1884-1921) that group established a state under the name of Dar Al Masalit, and they are known for their strong adherence to Islam.
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.magazines
Description: In this chapter, the author addresses the diversity and multiculturalism of Sudan.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A history of the Anuak, also known as the Anyuak and Anywaa are a Luo Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting parts of East Africa. The Anuak belong to the larger Luo family group. Their language is referred to as Dha-anywaa. They are primarily found in villages situated along the banks and rivers of southeastern South Sudan as well as southwestern Ethiopia, especially the Gambela Region.
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