The village of Fungor, Southeastern Nuba Mountains, Sudan, 1974. © Oswald Iten
A Nuba man from Funger with typical Kadundor hair style drinking sorghum beer, Marissa. © Oswald Iten
A Nuba man of the Kadundor age group from Nyaro, 1974. © Oswald Iten
Scarring of a woman after weaning of her first child, Nyaro 1974.© Oswald Iten
Nyertun dance of the Nuba at Nyaro, 1974. © Oswald Iten
Nyertun dance under a fig tree by the Nuba of Fungor. © Oswald Iten
Girls' wrestling at Fungor, Sudan 1977. © Oswald Iten
Senior elders and friends in Fungor. Foing (left) is the son of head priest Ali, Kannya suffers from Leprosy and shows a photo of him as a young Kadundor in 1972. © Oswald Iten
The former dance ground under the fig tree in Fungor (see a photograph above) after the Nuba became Muslims, 2005.
© Oswald Iten
The singer and drummer society of Nyaro performs for the visitor after muslim faith stopped the traditional Nyertun dance.
The water supply remains as precarious as ever in Fungor (pictured), Kao and Nyaro, Southeastern Nuba Mountains,
Sudan, 2005. © Oswald Iten