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A young woman, Goma, carrying a child, her cousin Etu (daughter of Maouma), on her shoulders.
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of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
A young woman, Goma, carrying a child, her cousin Etu (daughter of Maouma), on her shoulders. The girl has a red-brown stripe made of juice from a berry in the middle of her forehead as decoration, and she is wearing a skirt made of printed material. The child is wearing a necklace made of coloured beads. Louis st...
of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
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A young woman, Goma, carrying a child (her cousin, Etu) on her shoulders.
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of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
A young woman, Goma, carrying a child (her cousin, Etu) on her shoulders. The girl has a brown stripe in the middle of her forehead and is wearing a skirt made of material with words printed on Louis states that ephemeral decorations are commonly worn in the forest, and that another example, not visible here, is a...
of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
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A young woman, Matangu (wife of Balonyona) sat on the ground wearing a T-shirt and a skirt made of printed cloth.
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of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1990)
A young woman, Matangu (wife of Balonyona) sat on the ground wearing a T-shirt and a skirt made of printed cloth. In the background there is a fire burning in front of a building made of wooden poles and mud. Matangu is wearing a t-shirt that shows an image of (probably) one of her children. The t-shirts were made...
of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1990)
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A young woman, Mbina, holding a child in the forest.
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of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
A young woman, Mbina, holding a child in the forest. The photo is taken during a net hunt. The image is dark and so it is difficult to identify clear details.
of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
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A young woman, Mbina, posing for the camera outside a building in a clearing in the forest.
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of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
A young woman, Mbina, posing for the camera outside a building in a clearing in the forest. She is wearing a red top and a skirt made of printed cloth with a paisley design as well as a necklace made of white and blue beads. The building is made from wooden poles and mud.
of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Photographs; photographed by Louis Sarno, 1954-2017 (1989)
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in Torday Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts; photographed by Emile Torday, 1875-1931 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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in Dauncey Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Photographs (London, England); photographed by Henry Moore Dauncey, 1863-1928 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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in Torday Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts; photographed by Emile Torday, 1875-1931 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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in Torday Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts; photographed by Emile Torday, 1875-1931 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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Young woman with a pierced nose, wearing lots of shell jewellery, her hair bound up and decorated
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written by Henry Moore Dauncey, 1863-1928, in Dauncey Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Photographs (London, England); photographed by Henry Moore Dauncey, 1863-1928 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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