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Sudanese Collection

Background imageSudanese Collection: Battle of Abu Klea, 17 January 1885

Battle of Abu Klea, 17 January 1885. Oil on canvas signed and dated lower left: W B Wollen 1896, by William Barns Wollen (1857-1936), 1896

Background imageSudanese Collection: Dinka warriors - Bor District, South Sudan (Upper Nile)

Dinka warriors - Bor District, South Sudan (Upper Nile)
circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Shilluk Girl bearing extensive traditional scarfication

Shilluk Girl bearing extensive traditional scarfication
A Shilluk Girl bearing extensive traditional facial scarfication and wearing thick wood-block earrings - Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sudan - Lado

Sudan - Lado - Capital of the Lado Enclave Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sudan - Shullucks of the Upper Nile

Sudan - Shullucks of the Upper Nile

Background imageSudanese Collection: Two Nuer Girls - Upper Nile, Bahr-el-Zaraf, Sudan, Africa

Two Nuer Girls - Upper Nile, Bahr-el-Zaraf, Sudan, Africa
Two Nuer Girls - Upper Nile, Bahr-el-Zaraf, South Sudan, Africa Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Five Nuer Girls of the Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa

Five Nuer Girls of the Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa
Five Nuer Girls of the Upper Nile, South Sudan, Africa Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Two Girls of the Nuer Tribe - Sudan

Two Girls of the Nuer Tribe - Sudan
Two Girls (sisters?) of the Nuer Tribe - Sudan. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Nubian women and girl, Sudan, East Central Africa

Nubian women and girl, Sudan, East Central Africa
Three Nubian women and a girl in patterned textiles, Sudan, East Central Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: The Grand Hotel - Khartoum, Sudan

The Grand Hotel - Khartoum, Sudan. circa 1920s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sudanese woman showing traditional facial scarification and elegantly braided hair

Sudanese woman showing traditional facial scarification and elegantly braided hair - (see 10284598 and 10587718 (close-up) for the original B/W print versions). Date: circa 1907

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sudan - A group of Hadendoa Warriors

Sudan - A group of Hadendoa Warriors. The Hadendoa is the name of a nomadic subdivision of the Beja people, known for their support of the Mahdiyyah rebellion during the 1880s to 1890s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Khartoum, Sudan, Africa - Sudanese girl carrying a water pot

Khartoum, Sudan, Africa - Sudanese girl carrying a water pot. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sudan, Africa - Shilluk Mother and her four daughters

Sudan, Africa - Shilluk Mother and her four daughters. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Chief of the Shilluk Tribe - Southern Sudan

Chief of the Shilluk Tribe - Southern Sudan
circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: The Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine, Khartoum, Sudan

The Kitchener Memorial School of Medicine, Khartoum, Sudan. circa 1920s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Building Huts - Rumbek, Bahr-el-Ghazal, Sudan

Building Huts - Rumbek, Bahr-el-Ghazal, Sudan. Date: circa 1909

Background imageSudanese Collection: Jurs Granary - Bahr El-Ghazal, Sudan

Jurs Granary - Bahr El-Ghazal, Sudan
Jurs Granary - Bahr El-Ghazal (Sea of Gazelles), South Sudan. The South Sudanese region of Bahr el Ghazal takes its name from the Bahr El Ghazal River, the main western tributary of the Nile

Background imageSudanese Collection: People of the Upper Nile - Sudan

People of the Upper Nile - Sudan. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Elephant Hunting, Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa

Elephant Hunting, Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa
Local Tribesmen Elephant hunting, Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa Date: circa 1909

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sirdars Escort - Khartoum, Sudan

Sirdars Escort - Khartoum, Sudan
The Sirdars Escort - Khartoum, Sudan. The Sirdar was the Commander in Chief of the Sudanese military forces. Date: 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: de Havilland Canada DHC-5B Buffalo C-GQUT

de Havilland Canada DHC-5B Buffalo C-GQUT (msn 87), at the SBAC Farnborough Airshow, from 3-10 September 1978. For Sudanese Air Force as 833'. Date: 1978

Background imageSudanese Collection: The 10th Sudanese Band

The 10th Sudanese Band Date: circa 1911

Background imageSudanese Collection: Native Life in Duem or Ed Dueim on the White Nile, Sudan

Native Life in Duem or Ed Dueim on the White Nile, Sudan Date: circa 1910

Background imageSudanese Collection: 10th Sudanese Battalion, Egyptian Army at Karnak, Egypt

10th Sudanese Battalion, Egyptian Army at Karnak, Egypt, Victorian period

Background imageSudanese Collection: Bor, Upper Nile, Sudan - Boys of the Village

Bor, Upper Nile, Sudan - Boys of the Village
Bor, Jonglei State, Upper Nile, South Sudan - Dinka village boys. Date: 1929

Background imageSudanese Collection: Khartoum, Sudan - General panoramic view

Khartoum, Sudan - General panoramic view. Date: 1913

Background imageSudanese Collection: Dinkas in Sudan

Dinkas in Sudan
The charge of the Dinkas people before the King (George v) during the Sudanese royal visit. The Dinka people are a Nilotic ethnic group native to South Sudan with a sizable diaspora population

Background imageSudanese Collection: The looting of Dervish dead, Omdurman

The looting of Dervish dead, Omdurman
Photograph of the looting of Dervish dead, Omdurman. Photograph from an album associated with the 2nd Sudan War (1896-1899). Date: 1898

Background imageSudanese Collection: Photograph: Mahmud in his bloodstained Jibba

Photograph: Mahmud in his bloodstained Jibba, captured at the Battle of Atbara, 8 April, 1898. In 1883, the Sudanese religious leader, Muhammad Ahmad (or the Mahdi)

Background imageSudanese Collection: Colonialism. Africa. Anglo-Egyptian troops fighting against

Colonialism. Africa. Anglo-Egyptian troops fighting against the Sudanese army (1896-1898). Drawing by Wollen, 1898. Colored

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sudanese Dinka Village

Sudanese Dinka Village
Sudanese Dinka tribesmen of the Upper Nile and their elaborate layered reed houses. A holy man stands to the right next to a dead tree adorned with the horns of hunted beasts. Date: 1930s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Poorly Madi warrior fed Liebig Extract - Stanley

Poorly Madi warrior fed Liebig Extract - Stanley
Illustration of a passage from Henry Morton Stanleys In Darkest Africa - the effect of the Liebig Companys Meat Extract on a poorly Madi Carrier. 1891

Background imageSudanese Collection: Nubian women, North Sudan, East Central Africa

Nubian women, North Sudan, East Central Africa
Nubian women with plaited hair in North Sudan, East Central Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Dervish of Sudan, East Central Africa

Dervish of Sudan, East Central Africa
A young dervish of the Sudan area (then part of the British Empire), East Central Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Hadendoa men, Sudan area, East Central Africa

Hadendoa men, Sudan area, East Central Africa
Hadendoa (Hadendowa) men, belonging to a nomadic tribe of cattle grazers in the Sudan area (then part of the British Empire), East Central Africa, riding on a train. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Shilluk man, South Sudan, East Central Africa

Shilluk man, South Sudan, East Central Africa
Shilluk man in an elaborate headdress with beads, shells and feathers, South Sudan (then part of the British Empire), East Central Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Camel in Nubian Desert, South Sudan, East Central Africa

Camel in Nubian Desert, South Sudan, East Central Africa
Woman riding on a camel in the Nubian Desert, South Sudan, East Central Africa. 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Light craft on River Nile, South Sudan, East Central Africa

Light craft on River Nile, South Sudan, East Central Africa
Light craft (or dhow) on the River Nile, Sudan (then part of the British Empire), East Central Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Sheikh on horseback, Sudan Plains, East Central Africa

Sheikh on horseback, Sudan Plains, East Central Africa
Sheikh (head of tribe or village) on horseback, Sudan Plains (then part of the British Empire), East Central Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Latuka woman, South Sudan, East Central Africa

Latuka woman, South Sudan, East Central Africa
Latuka woman of the Nile valley, South Sudan (then part of the British Empire), East Central Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageSudanese Collection: Camel Racing - Port Sudan, Sudan - Christmas Sports

Camel Racing - Port Sudan, Sudan - Christmas Sports 1909

Background imageSudanese Collection: Battle of Omdurman - capture of the Khalifas standard

Battle of Omdurman - capture of the Khalifas standard
Sudan War - Battle of Omdurman : the defence and capture of the Khalifas standard Date: 1898

Background imageSudanese Collection: The Mahdis Tomb - Morning after the Battle

The Mahdis Tomb - Morning after the Battle
Sudan - Omdurman - The Mahdis Tomb - Morning after the Battle - 2nd September, 1898.. An army commanded by the British General Sir Herbert Kitchener defeated the army of Abdullah al-Tshi

Background imageSudanese Collection: A sandstorm in the Sudanese desert

A sandstorm in the Sudanese desert - an immense cloud of sand rises up over the Fort and British Barracks, Khartoum, Sudan. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageSudanese Collection: The Harbour at Port Sudan, Sudan

The Harbour at Port Sudan, Sudan
The Harbour at Port Sudan, Eastern Sudan - the capital of the state of Red Sea. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSudanese Collection: Colonial Exhibition, Bois de Vincennes - Sudanese Village

Colonial Exhibition, Bois de Vincennes - Sudanese Village
Colonial Exhibition, Bois de Vincennes - Entrance to the Sudanese Village. Date: 1907

Background imageSudanese Collection: Rhinoceros Hunting, Bahr-el-Ghazal, South Sudan, Africa

Rhinoceros Hunting, Bahr-el-Ghazal, South Sudan, Africa
The sad result of early 20th century Rhinoceros Hunting at Bahr-el-Ghazal, South Sudan, Africa. Date: circa 1909



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