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Pastoralist Gallery

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West African Tuareg Horse Warriors
West African Tuareg Horse Warriors
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Finding the remains of the lost explorers James Harding, Frederick Panter and William Goldwyer near Lagrange Bay
Finding the remains of the lost explorers James Harding, Frederick Panter and William Goldwyer near Lagrange Bay
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Tuareg Girl from the Hoggar Mountains, Algeria
Tuareg Girl from the Hoggar Mountains, Algeria
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Sultan of Tuareg Veiled people of Hoggar Mountains, Algeria
Sultan of Tuareg Veiled people of Hoggar Mountains, Algeria
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A young Pokot warrior with large round earrings. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic
A young Pokot warrior with large round earrings. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic
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Kenya, Chalbi Desert, Kalacha
Kenya, Chalbi Desert, Kalacha
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Camels belonging to the Gabbra are loaded with water
Camels belonging to the Gabbra are loaded with water
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Nyangatom men their faces and bodies with stylised
Nyangatom men their faces and bodies with stylised
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Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia
Lake Abbe, on the border of Djibouti and Ethiopia
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A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake Turkana
A Turkana man herds his goats in the semi-desert terrain near the southeastern shoreline of Lake Turkana
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The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife
The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife
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A striking old Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status
A striking old Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status
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Finding the remains of the lost explorers James Harding, Frederick Panter and William Goldwyer near Lagrange Bay, north-west Australia in 1864. The three men had been clubbed and speared to death whilst on an expedition to explore the area around Lagrange Bay in search of pastoral land. James Harding, 1838 - 1864. Pastoralist and explorer in colonial Western Australia. Frederick Kennedy Panter, 1836 - 1864. Police officer, pastoralist and explorer in colonial Western Australia. William Goldwyer, 1829-1864. Police officer and explorer in colonial Western Australia. From The Illustrated London News, published 1865 Featured Image

Finding the remains of the lost explorers James Harding, Frederick Panter and William Goldwyer near Lagrange Bay, north-west Australia in 1864. The three men had been clubbed and speared to death whilst on an expedition to explore the area around Lagrange Bay in search of pastoral land. James Harding, 1838 - 1864. Pastoralist and explorer in colonial Western Australia. Frederick Kennedy Panter, 1836 - 1864. Police officer, pastoralist and explorer in colonial Western Australia. William Goldwyer, 1829-1864. Police officer and explorer in colonial Western Australia. From The Illustrated London News, published 1865

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A Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status
A Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status
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A Pokot man wearing typical beaded ornaments of his tribe. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic
A Pokot man wearing typical beaded ornaments of his tribe. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic
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An old Pokot woman dancing during an Atelo ceremony. The cow horn container usually contains animal fat
An old Pokot woman dancing during an Atelo ceremony. The cow horn container usually contains animal fat
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A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin cape celebrates an Atelo ceremony, spear in hand
A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin cape celebrates an Atelo ceremony, spear in hand
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Two young Datoga boys
Two young Datoga boys
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A young Datoga boy attired in beads
A young Datoga boy attired in beads
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Gabbra tribesmen lead their camel train across the Chalbi Desert
Gabbra tribesmen lead their camel train across the Chalbi Desert
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Algerian Tuareg Man
Algerian Tuareg Man
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Mali - Tuareg men from Timbucktu
Mali - Tuareg men from Timbucktu
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Pastoralists and their One-humped Arabian or Dromedary camels (Camelus dromedaries)
Pastoralists and their One-humped Arabian or Dromedary camels (Camelus dromedaries)
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Saharan rock art
Saharan rock art
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81020-00746-850
81020-00746-850
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Saharan rock art Featured Image

Saharan rock art

Saharan rock painting. Rock art depicting human figures, one of which is sitting on a horse, surrounded by a herd of horned animals. The rock art of the Sahara reflects both the change in climate and cultural advance of the humans who inhabited the region since the last ice age.Horses appear in Saharan rock art from around 3, 000 years before present, during a period of increased aridity in the Sahara. Photographed in Tadrart, Tassili National Park, Algeria

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Mali, Timbuktu
Mali, Timbuktu
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Mali, Mopti
Mali, Mopti
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Rights Managed
Rights Managed
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