National Geographic : 1922 Oct
PEOPLES AND PLACES OF NORTHERN AFRICA 377 A SHILLUK WARRIOR IN FULL REGALIA The Shilluks are among the most picturesque inhabitants of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Though skilled as hunters and fishermen, they are principally cattle-herders. They belong to the tall and wiry type of African Negro and through constant exercise become very agile. In the heat of battle, their lithe antics are supposed to strike terror to the hearts of their foes.