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Suri or Shuri is the name of a sedentary pastoral people and its Nilo-Saharan language. They inhabit the Bench Maji Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR) in Ethiopia as well as parts of neighbouring South Sudan. Some are also found west of Mizan Teferi.[3] Population: 20,622


Mursi or Murzu is the name of a closely related sedentary pastoral Nilotic people whose language (Mursi) is over 80% cognate with Suri.[3] They are located next to the Suri, in the center of the SNNPR and the lowlands southwest of Jinka in the Debub Omo Zone.[4] The Mursi do not regard themselves as Surma, despite the cultural and linguistic similarities.[5] Population: 7,500 of whom 92.25% live in the SNNPR


Me'en is the name of a closely related sedentary pastoral people whose language, Me'en, is over 80% cognate with Mursi. They are located in and around Bachuma, and in lowlands to the south, near the Omo River. Population: 151,489 of whom 98.9% live in the SNNPR


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#3
balloon Doporučuji knihu Ondřeje Havelky "Cesta k branám Damašku VÝCHODNÍ AFRIKOU". To co zažil mezi surmickými kmeny má velkou výpovědní hodnotu o celé lokalitě.
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Daniel
10. 01. 2016
#2
balloon iba sa pridávam k tomu, že rád by som si ho zakúpil
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Samuel
24. 05. 2015
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#1
balloon Dobrý deň, hľadala som v eshope a nenašla som...chcem sa opýtať bude aj z tejto expedície dvd? Asi mesiac dozadu o nej rozprával Miro Dušek v rádiu a znelo to veľmi skvostne
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Answer: Dobrý deň, ďakujeme Vám za Vašu otázku. Áno, pán Barabáš plánuje do budúcnosti pripraviť o tomto kmeni aj film a následne DVD.
S pozdravom,
M.S.
Andrea
28. 08. 2012

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