Collection: pittriversmuseum.edwardevanevanspritchard
Description: A man scraping the meat off a skin suspended by a rope from a pole next to a hut, with a tethered donkey beyond. The skin is first washed in a liquid prepared from the mudus tree, which grows locally. Much of the leather produced was sold to merchants and was traded in Omdurman where it was rated highly.
Country location: South Sudan
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