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Stock Photo #4272-16959, Samburu boys wearing the charcoal-blackened goatskin cloaks of those about to be circumcised drive their families' herds to their lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment), shortly before they undergo the ritual. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara until the circumcision
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Samburu boys wearing the charcoal-blackened goatskin cloaks of those about to be circumcised drive their families' herds to t...
Samburu boys wearing the charcoal-blackened goatskin cloaks of those about to be circumcised drive their families' herds to their lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment), shortly before they undergo the ritual. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara until the circumcision
Stock Photo #4272-16977, Samburu initiates sing during the month after their circumcision. As their wounds heal, their dances become more energetic. Before long, they imitate the dances of the warriors which, hitherto, they have been forbidden to perform.
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Samburu initiates sing during the month after their circumcision. As their wounds heal, their dances become more energetic. B...
Samburu initiates sing during the month after their circumcision. As their wounds heal, their dances become more energetic. Before long, they imitate the dances of the warriors which, hitherto, they have been forbidden to perform.
Stock Photo #4272-16964, A Samburu youth is circumcised outside his mothers house as his two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders while turning his face away from the circumciser, the other holding his right leg.Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
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A Samburu youth is circumcised outside his mothers house as his two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders while turn...
A Samburu youth is circumcised outside his mothers house as his two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders while turning his face away from the circumciser, the other holding his right leg.Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
Stock Photo #4272-16966, Early in the morning, a Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. One of his sponsors attends him by holding his back. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
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Early in the morning, a Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised ou...
Early in the morning, a Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. One of his sponsors attends him by holding his back. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
Stock Photo #4272-16965, A Samburu youth sitting on an ox hide just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. His two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders, the other preparing to help carry him into the house.
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A Samburu youth sitting on an ox hide just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. His two sponsors attend h...
A Samburu youth sitting on an ox hide just after he has been circumcised outside his mothers house. His two sponsors attend him, one holding his shoulders, the other preparing to help carry him into the house.
Stock Photo #4272-18009, The famous explorer, Wilfred Thesiger, with a Samburu initiate at Maralal in the 1990s.
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The famous explorer, Wilfred Thesiger, with a Samburu initiate at Maralal in the 1990s.
Stock Photo #4272-16317, Turkana girls return home from a Waterhole with water containers made of wood. Their cloaks are goatskin embellished with glass beads.
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Turkana girls return home from a Waterhole with water containers made of wood. Their cloaks are goatskin embellished with gla...
Turkana girls return home from a Waterhole with water containers made of wood. Their cloaks are goatskin embellished with glass beads.
Stock Photo #4272-16976, A Samburu initiate with bird skins hanging from his headband. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned without using a knife, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak. =
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A Samburu initiate with bird skins hanging from his headband. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiat...
A Samburu initiate with bird skins hanging from his headband. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned without using a knife, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak. =
Stock Photo #4272-16319, Two Turkana girls set off to fetch water from a nearby Waterhole. Their water containers are made of wood by the women of the tribe. Their 'V' shaped aprons are made of goatskin and have been edged with hundreds and hundreds of round discs fashioned out of ostrich eggshells.
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Two Turkana girls set off to fetch water from a nearby Waterhole. Their water containers are made of wood by the women of the...
Two Turkana girls set off to fetch water from a nearby Waterhole. Their water containers are made of wood by the women of the tribe. Their 'V' shaped aprons are made of goatskin and have been edged with hundreds and hundreds of round discs fashioned out of ostrich eggshells.
Stock Photo #4272-16942, Mothers rub animal fat into their sons cloaks to make them supple. This task is performed shortly before the boys set out on an arduous journey to collect sticks, staves and gum to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
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Mothers rub animal fat into their sons cloaks to make them supple. This task is performed shortly before the boys set out on ...
Mothers rub animal fat into their sons cloaks to make them supple. This task is performed shortly before the boys set out on an arduous journey to collect sticks, staves and gum to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
Stock Photo #4272-16983, Watched by his friends, a Samburu initiate shoots his arrows for the last time during the lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month after he was circumcised. He has already discarded his black leather cloak and now smears himself for the first time with a mixture of animal fat and red ochre.
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Watched by his friends, a Samburu initiate shoots his arrows for the last time during the lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month aft...
Watched by his friends, a Samburu initiate shoots his arrows for the last time during the lmuget loolbaa ceremony a month after he was circumcised. He has already discarded his black leather cloak and now smears himself for the first time with a mixture of animal fat and red ochre.
Stock Photo #4272-16940, In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
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In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a...
In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
Stock Photo #4272-16941, In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
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In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a...
In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys gather frequently to sing the lebarta, a circumcision song with a slow, haunting melody whose words are ad libbed to suit the occasion.
Stock Photo #4272-16963, A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively outside his mother's house for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
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A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively outside his mother's house for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumc...
A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively outside his mother's house for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
Stock Photo #4272-18010, A Samburu initiate in traditional costume with the skinned birds he has shot with blunt arrows hanging from his headband.
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A Samburu initiate in traditional costume with the skinned birds he has shot with blunt arrows hanging from his headband.
Stock Photo #4272-16937, A Samburu youth is forcibly restrained after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
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A Samburu youth is forcibly restrained after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is ...
A Samburu youth is forcibly restrained after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
Stock Photo #4272-16943, Mothers rub animal fat into their sons cloaks to make them supple. This task is performed shortly before the boys set out on an arduous journey to collect sticks, staves and gum to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
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Mothers rub animal fat into their sons cloaks to make them supple. This task is performed shortly before the boys set out on ...
Mothers rub animal fat into their sons cloaks to make them supple. This task is performed shortly before the boys set out on an arduous journey to collect sticks, staves and gum to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
Stock Photo #4272-16939, In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made from three goatskins by their mothers.
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In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made from three go...
In the weeks leading up to their circumcision, Samburu boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made from three goatskins by their mothers.
Stock Photo #4272-16962, A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
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A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on th...
A Samburu youth in circumcision attire waits pensively for his turn 'under the knife'. The circumciser begins operating on the sons of the most senior family first and moves quickly in a clockwise direction Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon.
Stock Photo #4272-16944, Dressed in black leather cloaks and singing the lebarta, Samburu boys return to their lorora in the early morning carrying over their right shoulders sticks, staves and gum, which they have collected to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
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Dressed in black leather cloaks and singing the lebarta, Samburu boys return to their lorora in the early morning carrying ov...
Dressed in black leather cloaks and singing the lebarta, Samburu boys return to their lorora in the early morning carrying over their right shoulders sticks, staves and gum, which they have collected to make bows, blunt arrows and clubs after their circumcision.
Stock Photo #4272-16935, Samburu boys roast meat in the cedar forests of the Karisia Hills. Several weeks before their initiation, boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made by their mothers from three goatskins.
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Samburu boys roast meat in the cedar forests of the Karisia Hills. Several weeks before their initiation, boys must wear char...
Samburu boys roast meat in the cedar forests of the Karisia Hills. Several weeks before their initiation, boys must wear charcoal blackened cloaks, which are made by their mothers from three goatskins.
Stock Photo #4272-16975, Samburu initiates skin a bird without the use of a knife. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak.
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Samburu initiates skin a bird without the use of a knife. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates s...
Samburu initiates skin a bird without the use of a knife. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows. When a bird is killed, it is skinned, stuffed with dry grass and attached to the boy's head band by means of its beak.
Stock Photo #4272-16938, A Samburu youth is attended by his colleagues after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
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A Samburu youth is attended by his colleagues after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision....
A Samburu youth is attended by his colleagues after throwing a fit in the tension-filled days leading up to his circumcision. It is not uncommon for Samburu youths and warriors to succumb to hysterical and often violent outbursts. These fits, known to them as ndokuna, pass after a few minutes although the person may be drained of his energy for several hours.
Stock Photo #4272-16945, Dressed in his black goatskin cloak, a Samburu boy puts his bundle of sticks, staves and gum on the roof of his mother's house. He has collected these with other boys from a special type of Commiphora tree during an arduous journey on foot of up to 200 miles. After his circumcision, he will make them into bows, blunt arrows and clubs.
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Dressed in his black goatskin cloak, a Samburu boy puts his bundle of sticks, staves and gum on the roof of his mother's hous...
Dressed in his black goatskin cloak, a Samburu boy puts his bundle of sticks, staves and gum on the roof of his mother's house. He has collected these with other boys from a special type of Commiphora tree during an arduous journey on foot of up to 200 miles. After his circumcision, he will make them into bows, blunt arrows and clubs.
Stock Photo #4272-16960, A Samburu man watches over his cattle in the early morning. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment) before a boy can be circumcised.
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A Samburu man watches over his cattle in the early morning. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara (a purpose-built ci...
A Samburu man watches over his cattle in the early morning. A family's herds must be penned in the lorara (a purpose-built circumcision encampment) before a boy can be circumcised.
Stock Photo #4272-16974, A Samburu initiate takes aim at a bird with a blunt arrow. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time wandering in the countryside attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows.
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A Samburu initiate takes aim at a bird with a blunt arrow. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates ...
A Samburu initiate takes aim at a bird with a blunt arrow. While their wounds heal for a month after circumcision, initiates spend their time wandering in the countryside attempting to kill as many birds as they can with a club and four blunt arrows.
Stock Photo #4272-16947, The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys set out in a group to draw water from a source that never dries up. Each boy will carry a new gourd shaped container made by his mother from hollowed out wood.
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The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys set out in a group to draw water from a source that never dries up. Each boy ...
The day before their circumcision, Samburu boys set out in a group to draw water from a source that never dries up. Each boy will carry a new gourd shaped container made by his mother from hollowed out wood.
Stock Photo #4272-16967, A Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mother's house. His ritual sponsors attend him before lifting him into the house for a rest. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
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A Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mother's hou...
A Samburu youth sings the lebarta, the Samburu circumcision song, just after he has been circumcised outside his mother's house. His ritual sponsors attend him before lifting him into the house for a rest. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain.
Stock Photo #4272-16968, A Samburu youth is carried by his sponsors into his mother's house to rest just after he has been circumcised in the early morning. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon. It takes a good circumciser a minute to finish the operation and move quickly on to his next customer.
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A Samburu youth is carried by his sponsors into his mother's house to rest just after he has been circumcised in the early mo...
A Samburu youth is carried by his sponsors into his mother's house to rest just after he has been circumcised in the early morning. Boys are not allowed to show any sign of fear or pain. Even the blink of an eyelid is frowned upon. It takes a good circumciser a minute to finish the operation and move quickly on to his next customer.
Stock Photo #4272-16936, A Samburu woman sews a leather cloak for her younger brother. For several weeks before a boy is circumcised, he must wear a charcoal-blackened cloak, which is made from three goatskins.
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A Samburu woman sews a leather cloak for her younger brother. For several weeks before a boy is circumcised, he must wear a c...
A Samburu woman sews a leather cloak for her younger brother. For several weeks before a boy is circumcised, he must wear a charcoal-blackened cloak, which is made from three goatskins.
Stock Photo #4272-16970, Kenya, South Horr, Kurungu. A Samburu youth after his circumcision. The day after he has been circumcised, the initiate must hang in his pierced earlobes copper ear ornaments that are normally worn by married women.
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Kenya, South Horr, Kurungu. A Samburu youth after his circumcision. The day after he has been circumcised, the initiate must ...
Kenya, South Horr, Kurungu. A Samburu youth after his circumcision. The day after he has been circumcised, the initiate must hang in his pierced earlobes copper ear ornaments that are normally worn by married women.

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