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Leni Riefenstahl, The last of the Nuba 1976. Leni Riefenstahl documented in the remote valleys of the central Sudan among the Nuba tribe, 1962-1977. Her work has unique anthropological and cultural-historical importance, as the Nuba's way of life approached its end, primarily through the advance of civilization.

Leni Riefenstahl documented in the remote valleys of the central Sudan among the Nuba tribe,

Leni Riefenstahl, The last of the Nuba 1976. Leni Riefenstahl documented in the remote valleys of the central Something ab this is very striking to me. Sudan among the Nuba tribe, 1962-1977. Her work has unique anthropological and cultural-historical importance, as the Nuba's way of life approached its end, primarily through the advance of civilization.

Leni Riefenstahl, the Genius and the Myth

Africa | Dinka boys of the Duk Faiwil tribe. Sudan. 1949. |  © George Rodger

Dinka boys of Duk Faiwil, Kordofan, Southern Sudan 1949

Toposa tribe, South Sudan, photo by Eric Lafforgue.

A closer look at Toposa tribe markings.

Linguistically speaking, the Ancient Egyptians also spoke a language very close…

afro-textured-art: An Beni-Amer man from Eritrea with a tiffa hairstyle Date: around the

Africa by Leni Riefenstahl

Leni Riefenstahl documented in the remote valleys of the central Sudan among the Nuba tribe, Her work has unique anthropological and cultural-historical importance

Fascinantes Fotografías De Las Tribus Más Remotas Del Mundo. Antes De Que Desaparezcan | Upsocl

Fascinantes Fotografías De Las Tribus Más Remotas Del Mundo. Antes De Que Desaparezcan

Cazadores de la tundra: «The Kazakhs are the descendants of Turkic, Mongolic and Indo-Iranian tribes and Huns that populated the territory between Siberia and the Black Sea

Vallée de l'Omo - Ethiopie - Peintures corporelles. Omo valley. Ethiopia, body paintings.

Photographer Hans Silvester has spent a great deal of time documenting such wildly imaginative adornments and body painting among the nomadic tribes of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, whose traditions have been maintained for thousands of years.

The Beja of Sudan are believed to have originally been a Berber tribe

Sudan Warrior 1920 - Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.

A female from the Beja People, the remaining ancestry of the True Egyptians...

A beautiful female from the Beja People, the remaining ancestry of the True Egyptians, who built the world's greatest and longest lasting empire that stood for years! She reminds me of a lot of the women in ancient Egyptian scrolls I've seen.

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