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Sudan, Dinka shrine or grave, known as "buor", for adult male. Mound of mud with horns of slaughtered bullock attached. Shelters, sticks and coil of rope [?] in background.
Medium: Black and white. Gelatin silver print (?).
Format: Print mounted on card with three other photographs.
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Length: 7.75 centimetres
Width: 10.03 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Main Themes of Box: Rural and village life in Sudan; nomadic life in Ethiopia. Interior and exterior views of buildings and shelters; stone circles, tombs, megaliths and ruins; shrines and votive objects; grain-silos and grinding-stones; pottery and basketry vessels; decorated camels.
One of a series of photographs, Af,B10.1-77, mounted on cards of the same size.
Circumstances: [KUR-] PIC DOC 09. One of a series of photographs, Af,B10.1-77, taken on C G Seligman's expeditions to various parts of Sudan.
- Not on display
- Acquisition notes
- Copyright: British Museum.
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