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Baripeople living near Juba in South Sudan. They speak an Eastern Sudanic language of the Nilo-Saharan language family. They live in small villages scattered across the hot, dry, flat countryside in the Nile valley. Their staple crop is millet, and they also keep cattle. Bari society is divided into freemen and serfs. Blacksmiths, professional hunters, and similar groups form inferior castes.
Most of the patrilineal clans are composed of freemen. Both men and women undergo initiation by the extraction of the lower incisors and by scarring.
Men then enter age sets that have distinctive names and ornaments. Both these offices are hereditary. The Bari believe in a god who has two aspects: a benevolent god who dwells in the sky and produces rain and a malevolent god who lives in the earth and is associated with cultivation. Sacrifices are made to the spirits of the dead.
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