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Mariam Bolbert

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Susan Baker

on 25 May 2018

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Mariam Bolbert
In South Sudan the scarification was the way symbols from each tribe to another. A Great examples of this is shown by the largest tribes in South Sudan, the Dinka and Nuer tribes. The Dinka tribe scarification is ten or more lines going across the forehead, depending on the size of the forehead.


Scarification

Some of the traditional foods in the Dinka tribe are Cow milk, fish, meat, beans, tomatoes, and rice

food


Religion
Monotheistic Worship
Location
Dinka
Mariam Bolbert
Religion
FLAG
CLOTHES
FOOD
the Dinka eats/drinks Cow milk, fish, meat , beans, tomatoes, and rice.

Women wear top.
In the country of South Sudan scarification was the way to distinguish between tribes and show the progression from childhood to adulthood. The Dinka tribe scarification is ten or more straight lines going across the forehead, depending on the size of the persons forehead.
Scarification
Monotheistic Worship

The Dinka
Conflict
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