Death among the azande of the Sudan.pdf

Death among the azande of the Sudan

Filiberto Giorgetti

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Among Zande speakers, most of these kingdoms, the number and sizes of which varied over time, were ruled by members of the Vungara dynasty, except for the westernmost kingdom, Rafai. In Rafai the ruler was, like those of the similarly organized Nzakara kingdoms, a member of the Bandia dynasty, which was recognized by the Vungara as its equal. Azande typically believe that misfortune, death, and the complications of life are the result of mangu, or witchcraft. Where the Western notion of divinity appears in Azande culture, it is most likely the result of contact with outsiders and the result of Islamic and Christian influences.

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Sofi Voighua

The Azande are sedentary horticulturalists who cultivate maize, millet, gourds, pumpkins, manioc, and bananas, as well as raise chickens. They supplement their diets by hunting and gathering. The Azande govern their independent groups through chiefdom level groups that are divided by the noble class, known as the Avongara, and the commoners. Both of these classes are led by a chief who is the Among Zande speakers, most of these kingdoms, the number and sizes of which varied over time, were ruled by members of the Vungara dynasty, except for the westernmost kingdom, Rafai. In Rafai the ruler was, like those of the similarly organized Nzakara kingdoms, a member of the Bandia dynasty, which was recognized by the Vungara as its equal.

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Mattio Mazio

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Noels Schulzzi

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Jason Statham

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Jessica Kolhmann

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