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Title:Hadanduwa Traditional Territorial Rights and Inter-Population Relations within the Context of the Native Administration System (1927-1970)
Author:Salih, Hassan M.
Year:1980
Periodical:Sudan Notes and Records
Volume:61
Pages:118-133
Language:English
Geographic term:Sudan
Subjects:ethnic relations
Beja
customary law
land law
Peoples of Africa (Ethnic Groups)
colonialism
History and Exploration
Ethnic and Race Relations
Abstract:The Hadanduwa are the largest tribe among the Beja, with a population of about 260,000. They are situated roughly in the middle of the Beja country, i.e. between the Amar'ar to the north, the Bishariyin to the north-west and the Bani 'Amir to the south and the south-east. The Hadanduwa territorial system reflects the segmented lineage structure which the tribal genealogies present. The ownership of land is highly valued in this society, and the Hadanduwa have developed a complicated customary law, oslif, to regulate the system of land ownership and the allocation of its uses. Sections: Territorial system - Inter-population relations - The Hadanduwa and other Beja tribes - Hadanduwa-Rasha'ida relations - The Hadanduwa and the urban population in the Qash Delta. Notes, ref., tab.
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