Dinka Man Imitating Horns, South Sudan by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Dinka Man Imitating Horns, South Sudan

At puberty a Dinka male receives a namesake ox after which he is named. He believes that he and the animal are one being. He trains the ox’s horns from calf-hood into beautiful lyre shapes, and emulates these shapes with his arms as he walks alongside his beloved personality ox.
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