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  1. Mortuary ritual: mourners, some with clay smeared on bodies and faces as sign of mourning

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: 1962
    • Topic: Mourning customs--Papua New Guinea; Funeral rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Mourning customs--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  2. Bono does ribanganigene.

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    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Children--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Rites and ceremonies--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Women--Solomon Islands; Girls--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  3. Bono does ribanganigene.

    • Access: Restricted View
    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Girls--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Rites and ceremonies--Solomon Islands; Women--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Children--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  4. Bono does ribanga nigeni, women's ribanga.

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    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Magic--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Buildings--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Women--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  5. Men eating gwasu taro and coconut pudding.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Boys--Solomon Islands; Coconuts--Solomon Islands; Taro--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Eating & drinking--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Children--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  6. Smothering a pig in o'oba lean-to.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Jewelry--Solomon Islands; Swine--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Buildings--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Funeral rites and ceremonies--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  7. Priest chews betel before performing a sacramental rite for women's descent group.

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    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); String bags--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Betel nut--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  8. Lakenoniwane for the death of Ga'enaafou priest Gooboo is carved.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Eating & drinking--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Cookery--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Smoking--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  9. Bono chews betel in preparation for ribanga ni geni, women's ribanga.

    • Access: Restricted View
    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Betel nut--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people)
    • Format: image
  10. Women gathered for ribanga watching priest Bono cut gwasu taro and coconut pudding.

    • Access: Restricted View
    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Men--Solomon Islands; Girls--Solomon Islands; Cookery--Solomon Islands; Coconuts--Solomon Islands; Taro--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Children--Solomon Islands; Eating & drinking--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people)
    • Format: image
  11. Ribanga desacralizaton spitting on congregation by priest Joe Bono.

    • Access: Restricted View
    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Men--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Children--Solomon Islands; Boys--Solomon Islands; Smoking--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  12. Ritual washing as preparation for ribanga in desacralization ritual connected with end of mourning for deceased Gooboo, the Ga'enaafou priest.

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    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Water supply--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people)
    • Format: image
  13. Cutting up pork.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Men--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Pork--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Cookery--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  14. Ribanga desacralizaton spitting on congregation by priest Joe Bono.

    • Access: Restricted View
    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Magic--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Smoking--Solomon Islands; String bags--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people)
    • Format: image
  15. Unwrapping and eating the gwasu taro and coconut pudding, as part of desacralization ritual connected with mourning.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Dwellings--Solomon Islands; Coconuts--Solomon Islands; Eating & drinking--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Boys--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Cookery--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Pork--Solomon Islands; Taro--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  16. Smothering pig in shrine.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Shrines--Solomon Islands; Swine--Solomon Islands; Funeral rites and ceremonies--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Men--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  17. Senior Ga'enaafou woman undergoes ribanga at fa'asafina rite after death of the priest Gooboo.

    • Access: Restricted View
    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Women--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Magic--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  18. Lakenoniwane for the death of Ga'enaafou priest Gooboo is carved.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Men--Solomon Islands; Boys--Solomon Islands; Eating & drinking--Solomon Islands; Cookery--Solomon Islands; Smoking--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Mourning customs--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  19. Bono does ribanga ni geni, women's ribanga.

    • Access: Restricted View
    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Magic--Solomon Islands; Men--Solomon Islands; Women--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image
  20. Unwrapping and eating the gwasu taro and coconut pudding, as part of desacralization ritual connected with mourning.

    • Collection: Roger M. Keesing Photographs
    • Name: Keesing, Roger M., 1935-1993
    • Date: between 1963 and 1989
    • Topic: Men--Solomon Islands; Taro--Solomon Islands; Coconuts--Solomon Islands; Kwaio (Solomon Islands people); Eating & drinking--Solomon Islands; Magic--Solomon Islands; Mourning customs--Solomon Islands; Pork--Solomon Islands
    • Format: image