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The Rikbaktsa were also known by their cannibalism practices, that could be done during conflicts against other ethnicities as well as with enemies inside their own tribes and groups. However, the most important parts of the act were capturing, killing and roasting the enemy, as it was the ultimate form of revenge.
After the contact with missionaries, Rikbaktsas began to roast monkeys using the same methods they did with humans.

Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00
Framed Print: $1,982.31
Print Size: 910x610 mm
Frame Size: 1170x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle William Turner® 310gsm
Frame Colour: Brown
Exhibit: POS AD 175 01

 

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The Rikbaktsa were also known by their cannibalism practices, that could be done during conflicts against other ethnicities as well as with enemies inside their own tribes and groups. However, the most important parts of the act were capturing, killing and roasting the enemy, as it was the ultimate form of revenge.
After the contact with missionaries, Rikbaktsas began to roast monkeys using the same methods they did with humans.

عُرفت قبيلة الريكباكتسا بممارسات أكل اللحم البشري لاسيما خلال نزاعاتها مع إثنيات أخرى وأعداء لها داخل قبائلها ومجموعاتها. بيد أنّ أهم أجزاء أكل اللحم البشري كانت أسر العدوّ وقتله وشويه حيث كانت تلك الممارسات تمثل الشكل النهائي للانتقام.
بعد إرساء علاقات مع الإرساليات، بدأت قبيلة الريكباكتسا شوي القردة باستخدام الوسائل نفسها التي استخدمتها عند شوي البشر.

Photographer:
Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00

Framed Print: $1,982.31

Print Size: 910x610 mm

Frame Size: 1170x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AD 175 01

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