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Collection: pittriversmuseum.wilfredpatrickthesiger
Description: Nuer porters cutting up an elephant shot by Thesiger with their spearheads. Big game hunting formed a significant element of Thesiger's activities in Western Nuerland, and he later acknowledged that it facilitated his acceptance by the Nuer, and provided nutrition for his porters, who called themselves 'Kwechuor's men' after his ox-name.
Country location: South Sudan
Collection: pittriversmuseum.wilfredpatrickthesiger
Description: Group portrait of Fur men, standing, several of whom are holding spears, gathered around a dead lion shot by Wilfred Thesiger to spare them from losing further livestock.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: pittriversmuseum.wilfredpatrickthesiger
Description: View of rocky terrain in the Jabal Meidob hills, with a camel walking in the foreground.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: pittriversmuseum.wilfredpatrickthesiger
Description: View of a thoroughbred male Bishara camel (named Faraj Allah) owned by Wilfred Thesiger, one of the finest riding camels in Darfur, with a man standing beside it.
Country location: South Sudan
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